EXPOSURE Photo Contest

The Denton Public Library would like to thank all the teens who entered their photos in our first Teen Photography Contest, EXPOSURE.   We are proud to announce the overall winners as well as the top three photos in each category.

The top scoring photograph over all was this digitally altered photo taken by Shanna Clark.

Shanna Clark - 1st Place

The following two photographs tied for 2nd place:

A Landscape/Nature photograph titled “Tree” by Peyton Stewart and

An Architecture photograph titled “Modern Light” by Nicole Harberson.

Peyton Stewart's "Tree" - 2nd Place

Nicole Harberson's "Modern Light" - 2nd Place

The top three photos in the Animal category belonged to: Nicole Harberson, Nick Holden, and Shannon Bouley

Nicole Harberson - "New Life"

Nick Holden - "IVY"

Shannon Bouley - "Bird at Flight"

The top three photos in the Architecture category belonged to: Nicole Harberson, Shanna Clark, and Daniel Peacock

Nicole Harberson - "Modern Light"

Shanna Clark - "Gateway to the West"

Daniel Peacock - "Sink"

The top three photos in the Action/Sports category belonged to: Shanna Clark, Calvin Milzler, and Sierra Smith-Carter

Shanna Clark - Untitled

Calvin Milzler - "Timelapse of a Serve"

Sierra Smith-Carter - "Bring him down"

The top three photos in the Digitally Altered category belonged to: Shanna Clark, Sierra Smith-Carter, and Hunter Foreman

Shanna Clark - Untitled

Sierra Smith-Carter - "Jump"

Hunter Foreman - "Zombie Lego VS Baseball"

The top three photos in the People category belonged to: Peyton Stewart, Lauren Bush, and Dianna Sanchez

Peyton Stewart - "Sister"

Lauren Bush - "A Girl Strawberry"

Dianna Sanchez - "He Went To New Orleans"

The top three photos in the Nature/Landscape category belonged to: Peyton Stewart, Lucas Horton, and Margaux Khosraviani

Peyton Stewart - "Tree"

Lucas Horton - "Sunset"

Margaux Khosraviani - "Freshly Watered Lettuce"

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4 thoughts on “EXPOSURE Photo Contest

  1. I viewed the exhibit in person, this has the potential to be a great event and exposure for the artists in Denton. The overall quality of the photography and talent level of the participants was, to me, truly astounding. The overall quality was so high, many beautiful works didn’t get mentioned. This exhibit should be presented at other events and locations throughout the spring. It can provide exposure for the library system and the artists. I would think that the local coffee houses would love to exhibit some of this work.

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