2018 Collegiate Photo Contest Results
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2018 Collegiate Photo Contest Results

The Kansas State Fair's Collegiate Photo Intern Program is a free program available to any student currently enrolled at a Kansas college or university. Ten photographers signed up for the 2018 competition, spending three-hour shifts taking candid shots across the fairgrounds. For more information on next year's competition, visit our Education Page.

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BEST OVERALL PHOTO

First Place: Wild Ride

Taryn Daniels
Wichita State University


The first-place winner will receive a Kansas State Fair rosette and $50.

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Second Place

Maddie Domnick

Pittsburg State University


The second-place winner will receive a Kansas State Fair Rosette and $25.



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PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD

At the conclusion of the fair, 15 photos were selected by professional photographers for the People's Choice competition. The public voted for their favorite of those photos.

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First Place: Wild Ride

Taryn Daniels
Wichita State University

The first-place intern will receive a Grand Champion rosette and $50.



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Second Place - Boy in Hat

Maddie Domnick

Pittsburg State University


The second-pace winner will receive a Kansas State Fair rosette and $25.



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BEST FOOD PHOTO

First Place: Boys Drinking Lemonade

Maddie Domnick

Pittsburg State University


The KSF Photo Intern whose Food Photo is selected will receive a Kansas State Fair rosette and $50.



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BEST ACTION PHOTO

First Place: Racing Pigs

Taryn Daniels
Wichita State University


The KSF Photo Intern whose Action Photo is selected will receive a Kansas State Fair rosette and $50.



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BEST AGRICULTURE PHOTO

Interns submitted a minimum of three photos and a maximum of five photos depicting a series or sequence of an ag-related event at the Kansas State Fair.
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First Place: Piglets

Taryn Daniels
Wichita State University

The Kansas State Fair intern whose Agriculture Photo Series is selected will have that photo series submitted to the International Association of Fairs and Expositions and will receive a Kansas State Fair rosette and $50.


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