Each year, Summer Academy students participate in our popular Photojournalism Challenge. Take a look at the term winners from NYC and DC. Stay tuned for an announcement of our 2019 grand prize winners, who will have their photography featured in a print edition of The New York Times.
Thank you to everyone who participated! To see all of this year’s entries, follow .
NYC Term 1 Winner :
2020欧洲杯客户端下载Natalie uses the photojournalism medium to encapsulate human expression, which is often momentary and fleeting. Her photographs tell stories through subject posture, facial expression, and careful framing. They are both dynamic and still simultaneously.
NYC Term 2 Winner:
In this high-contrast black and white image, Cole captures a moment of stillness and calm in one person amongst the hustle and bustle of the NYC streets during Pride.
DC Term 2 Winner:
By holding gaze of this excited DC United fan, Cici is able to establish an intimacy and connection between the subject and the viewer that infuses the photograph with meaning.
NYC Term 3 Winner:
2020欧洲杯客户端下载In this photo, Kendal creates a conversation between the subject and the background, asking questions about the relationship between the person in the foreground, fondly holding on to her American flags, and the officer, out of focus in the back.
DC Term 3 Winner:
Rayna’s photograph uses saturated colors, reflection, and symmetry to tell a hopeful story of a sunny day in DC.
NYC Term 4 Winner:
Rosa’s photo from Washington Square Park captures a somewhat surreal experience that New York City often provides on a daily basis. The onlookers in the background further emphasize the oddity of the “floating man” on his bright yellow bicycle.