Anya Kopischke, a recent graduate of Gibraltar High School, has been awarded first place in Wisconsin’s [email protected] Student Photography Contest. Her submission titled “Melting Mornings” was selected as the top image among all high school entries and earned her an iPad Mini.
Students in grades 6-12 are eligible to submit up to five digital images for judging. There are two categories: middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12). Images are judged by quality of composition, elements of design, concept, color and technical quality. Photographs that feature Wisconsin culture, history or geography have an advantage in scoring, though overall photographic quality is the most important factor.
The [email protected] Digital Photography Contest is an annual event put on by the Quality Educator Interactive, Inc. [email protected] is a website that contains lesson plans, student websites, and curriculum resources aligned with academic standards for Wisconsin educators. All winning photographs are displayed on the QEI [email protected] Photo Contest page on the [email protected] website, myqei.org/ideas.