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Gardner Mounce
Houston High School
Germantown, Tennessee

Control
Photography will most likely stay a hobby for Gardner, a senior at Houston High School. He likes that it's something in his life that remains "stress free."

He began photographing with a film camera and switched to digital a little over a...

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Christine Demeritte
Spéos Paris Photographic Institute
Paris, France

Imagine
The photographs here are from Christine's advertising portfolio, which is geared toward high-end agencies and based, she says, "solely upon my imagination and where I would draw that line between reality and fantasy."

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Jared Milgrim
Brooks Institute Of Photography
Santa Barbara, California

Rock On
Jared will graduate this summer, but he's already well on his way to a career as a professional photographer; in fact, most would consider him already there, as he shoots assignments for musicians' promotions and CD packages, has an agency...

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"I built my name and reputation on safety and doing things legally, with permission."

Location is everything, and Peter B. Kaplan built his career on getting to places others couldn't...or wouldn't. Although there are images taken from blimps, balloons, and helicopters, the majority of his photographs are taken from rooftops, scaffolds, antenna...

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Mikael Wardhana
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia

Best Effort

M ikael is a first-year photography student at the university, working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree. His subjects are wide-ranging (you can see the variety of his work at his website, www.mikaelwardhana.com)...

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"How do you get a handle on telling the story of life on earth in images? It took tons of research to master the material."

For his most recent book, Life: A Journey Through Time, Frans Lanting traveled, researched, and photographed for over six years, but when you consider that his goal was to document the story of life on earth, it seems a reasonable amount...

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Richard Meade
The Art Institute Of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

The Beauty Part

From the photos it's easy to tell that Richard, who is in the final year of the Institute's three-year bachelor of fine arts program, hopes to work in fashion and advertising. "I enjoy working with people," he says, "and would...

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"Photographers may believe in certain pictures, but they have to have the educated eye of the picture editor."

"We're actually looking at film," David Doubilet says. He's at the offices of National Geographic magazine, going over the take from a recent two-month assignment in the South Pacific. The job was shot with both film and...

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Andrew Mo
University Of California
At San Diego

Days At The Races

Andrew, a senior at the university, is an electrical engineering major. He qualifies for this column because he is taking a photography course. It is, however, his first and only photography course: a portfolio class that's open only to seniors with majors or...

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"None of my sample albums have family formal shots. I intentionally leave them out because they're not what I specialize in."

"A lot of it comes down to your client's expectations before the wedding," Mike Colon says of his relationship to the bride and groom. "You have to talk about what they're really expecting, what...

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