“We received stunning images from all over, and the judges faced hard decisions in making these selections. We thank everyone for their outstanding submissions that make this a challenge to curate each year!” contest runners stated on the exhibition’s virtual gallery landing page.
Ancheta’s image, “Golden,” is a sun-drenched, yet shadowy portrait of CHS 2019 graduate Robert Nolan. Freeman’s black and white image is called “Untitled” and depicts a shimmering cluster of hung vases. View the entire show at www.drexelphotocontest.com
This year’s exhibition includes images from 267 students from 27 states. Those selected for exhibition inclusion came from more than 2,100 submitted images from 771 students at 348 schools in 39 states. The contest is open to all high school students across the United States and its territories.