Photography through the eyes of the students.
Flagler Palm Coast High School photography students in Angie Biggs class recently won a variety awards for their photos.
Best of Show was Liliana Martin’s “Abuelo,” Liliana also took second place for her photo, “Persistence” and received an Honorable Mention for “Exposed.”
Accepted Images were: “Lucid Dreams,” by Ashlyn Wilkerson; “Bummed Out,” by Austin Voelbel; “Divergent,” by Richard Schneider; “405 Lexington Avenue,” by Sarah Tamayo; and “Flock,” by Caitlyn Bernardini.
The Contest of the Photographic Society of America (PSA) is open to all high school age students, who may submit 16 images each, eight in the print, and eight in the digital category. The preliminary selection was conducted by the sponsoring Photography Club of Flagler County, who sent the pictures to PSA for the final selection.
The submitted 16 images competed with more than 4,000 images from more than 250 high schools. Winners receive cash prizes, annual membership in the Society, award ribbons, and certificates, and will be displayed at its annual conference in San Antonio, Texas the week of September 10-17, 2016.
The winners and images are also published in the Society’s Magazine and Website - www.psa-photo.org.