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Texas High School Photography Students Win Jostens Awards

Texas High School Photography Students Win Jostens Awards

Jostens Recognizes Texas High School Commercial Photography with Top Number of Awards

Texas High School commercial photography students recently competed in the national Jostens Photo Contest. With 4,287 entries this year, THS students led the contest in being recognized with more awards than any other school in the national competition.


Jostens Award Winners:

  • Sydney Rowe – First Place Photo in Sports: Sidelines & School Spirit. 3 Honorable Mentions in Sidelines & School Spirit, Student Life and Sports Action. First Place winner awarded $500 and photography accessories;
  • Macy Maynard – Third Place in Sports Action;
  • Bethany Arnold – Honorable Mention in Sports Action;
  • Braylen Garren – 4 Honorable Mentions with 2 in Sidelines & School Spirit, Photo Illustration and Sports Action;
  • Teara Duke – Honorable Mention in Academics & Community Service;
  • Lizzie Debenport – Honorable Mention in Academics & Community Service.

Award-winning photos are showcased in the Jostens Look Book which serves as a model of inspiration for yearbook staff across the country.


Photo Showcase:

Debenport student life photo

Lizzie Debenport; Student Life & Traditions

Teara Duke; Academics & Community Service

Braylen Garren; Sports: Athletes in Action

Braylen Garren; Sports: Athletes in Action

Sydney Rowe; Student Life & Traditions 

Sydney Rowe; Sports: Athletes in Action

Sydney Rowe; Sports: Athletes in Actions

Braylen Garren; Photo Illustration & Manipulation

Braylen Garren; Sports: Sidelines & School Spirit

Sydney Rowe; Sports: Sidelines & School Spirit

Macy Maynard; Sports: Athletes in Action

About Jostens Photo Contest

The annual Jostens Photo Contest celebrates the creative and innovative talents of student photographers from schools across the country. The competition also empowers students to capture their school experiences and share the stories of their school communities through photography.

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Thousands of student photographers from across the country firstly submit entries to be judged by a panel of judges. Accordingly, these judges consist of professional photographers and photography instructors. These judges then focus on storytelling, quality, showstoppers, originality, and thoughtfulness.

The 2020 contest consists of nine categories: Academics & Community Service; Graduation; Landscape; Photo Illustration & Manipulation; Portrait; Sports: Athletes in Action; Sports: Sidelines & School Spirit; Student Life & Traditions and Yearbookers in Action. The best of the best in these categories are the photos that are then displayed in the Jostens Look Book.


More from Texas High School Commercial Photography: https://txkparent.com/four-texas-high-school-students-named-to-state-top-ten-for-atpi-imagemaker-team/

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