Hadassah College students finalists in Google Photo Prize

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April 22, 2012 19:55

 
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Photography students at Hadassah College have reached the final stage in an international photo competition organized by Google and involving more than 20,000 students all over the world. The photos, taken by Dana Sterling and Sasha Tamarin, third-year students at Hadassah, are currently being displayed at the Saatchi Gallery in London along with the other top-10 finalists.


Both Sterling and Tamarin submitted photos in the “night” category – with Sterling’s images coming from entrances to homes in Maaleh Adumim and Tamarin focusing on nighttime in Jerusalem, according to the college. The winner of the contest will be able to choose any destination in the world to conduct a photographic journey.


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