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Junior’s Photography Published in National Magazine, Book

12.4.2012

High Point University student Brooke CornetetHIGH POINT, N.C., Dec. 3, 2012 – High Point University junior Brooke Cornetet was recently selected as a finalist for the 32nd Annual College and High School Photography Contest, hosted by Photographer’s Forum Magazine and sponsored by Nikon.

Cornetet was among 1,300 students selected from more than 17,700 photo entries from the U.S. and Canada to have her work published in a book, “Best of College & High School Photography 2012,” and to be featured on Photographer’s Forum Magazine’s website.

High Point University student Brooke Cornetet's photoFor her entry, Cornetet selected a photo she captured of a llama while traveling and touring Machu Pichu, Peru on the 100th year anniversary of its discovery.

Cornetet said when she received the letter from Photographer’s Forum Magazine, she was excited to be accepted and proud of her work.

“Receiving this honor related back to my photography class at HPU because both inspire me to take more pictures and be very creative with my photography,” she explains.

Cornetet says she hopes to enter the contest again in the future.

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