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Katrina Gardner
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Food filled the hallway of the 2400 building as people filed in to look at the LPC students’ photographs and find out who the winners of the Spring Fine Art Photography Exhibition are. The photos were judged by Ian Fabre, who had his own idea of what photography is.

“I have this stereotypical photograph like Ansel Adams, Yosemite, Half Dome that was in the back of my mind the whole time,” Fabre said, “I feel like all the winners were landscape, not intentionally.”

The winners were separated into two groups. The top three was ranked first for $200, second for $150, and third for $100. Then there was the top 10 that were equally well done and all won $40.

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