Cooper photographers awarded in ATPI Contest

Out of 4,000 entries, five Cooper entries were awarded in ATPI's recent photography contest.
Cooper photographers recently competed in the ATPI (Association of Texas Photography Instructors) Contest. Out of 4,000 entries across Texas, five of Cooper's entries were awarded!

Saami Baig, 11th Grade
3rd Place, Advanced Still Life

Austin Hynes, 11th Grade
1st Honorable Mention, Advanced Cell Phone

Scarlet Durisek, 10th Grade
Honorable Mention, Advanced Advertising, “That Louis…”
2 Honorable Mentions, Advanced Food, “Three, Two, One” and “Chocolate Petals”

Digital Photography Instructor Mrs. Schiebel also had her “Flooded” photograph selected in the Faculty Single Image category. "Flooded" has recently been accepted for the Climate Change Exhibition at Las Laguna Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA!
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