North Carolina 4-H Photography Contest
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From this day forward our NC 4-H Photography contest will be known as the Dr. Kim Ingold 4-H Photography Contest. In loving memory of our dear friend. Dr. Kim Ingold developed her love of photography as a Stanly County 4-H member. Throughout her 4-H career, Kim was involved in county, district, and state events, which developed her photography skills. Kim was inducted into the NC 4-H Honor Club (our service organization with over 3,000 members with outstanding records of achievement and service involvement and dedicated to making the best better). Kim was a valued Honor Club member and believed in its mission of giving back to the community. When Kim aged out of 4-H, she became a treasured 4-H volunteer, attending most state level 4-H events to capture our memories through her photography. She was passionate about educating youth in any way she could. Kim was always there with camera in hand and more importantly there with a smile, a kind word, and a hug. She will forever be missed in the North Carolina 4-H family.
This statewide annual contest highlights North Carolina 4-H’ers’ photographic achievements. The winning photos are then displayed on the North Carolina 4-H Photography Contest website.
New category for 2022: SPECIAL EFFECTS: Create photographs that have special effects. Position a friend so it looks like a tree branch is growing out of their mouth. Maybe take a photo where everything is blurred except the focal point. You could create an image of someone that has an extra set of hands or legs. Use a crystal ball to capture a reflection. Maybe take a photograph of your friend holding up a building with the palm of their hand or one of their fingers. Whether it’s a picture taken at home or while you are on vacation, EXPLORE photography. Be CREATIVE! Take the time to research how to take the best picture possible and Practice, Practice, Practice. The Photography curriculum from Shop 4-H is a great resource. You may also want to talk with a professional photographer to get their perspective. Have FUN!!
2021 Winners: 4-H in Action, Junior Division
1st Place: “More than just the power of wind…..but the power of minds!” by Halle Taylor, Onslow County
2nd Place: “Sharing a Snack with Miniature Horses” by Magdalene Parker, Sampson County
3rd Place: “Gracie & Dealin” by Hannah Mourglea, Burke County
4th Place: “Painting the Seed Bank for the WIC Garden” by Lola Wilbanks, Yadkin County
5th Place: “Creating Clovers” by Kyson Kowalski, Carteret County
Honorable Mention: “Shooting for Your Goals!” by Norah Kowalski, Carteret County
2021 Winners: Nature’s Beauty, Junior Division
1st Place: “First Buds” by Lillian Chadwick, Johnston County
3rd Place: “King of Flowers” by Miles Pica, Chatham County
4th Place: “Skyline from Devil’s Courthouse” by Henry McMahan, Jackson County
5th Place: “Pawpaw’s First Car” by Reece Jones, Yadkin County
Honorable Mention: “Baby Toad” by Lola Wilbanks, Yadkin County
2021 Winners: My Best Friend, Junior Division
1st Place: “My Friend is a Horse, Of Course!” by Charlie Jarvis ,Yadkin County
2nd Place: “Rosie the Hedgehog Smiles Hello” by Magdalene Parker, Sampson County
3rd Place: “Hero” by Joseph Hicks, Catawba County
4th Place: “Beach Buddies” by Sayla Kowalski, Carteret County
5th Place: “America” by Laurel Evans, Harnett County
Honorable Mention: “Paws and Ponder'” by Bethany Copeland, Carteret County
2021 Winners: 4-H in Action, Senior Division
1st Place: “4-H Member Bracing Doe” by Gillian Grimmick, Johnston County
2nd Place: “Hannah Preparing for Horse Show” by Gracie Mourglea, Burke County
3rd Place: “4-H Candlelight Ceremony” by Laurelyn Ridge, Forsyth County
4th Place: “Catching a Shot” by Hannah Lee, Polk County
5th Place: “4-H Archery” by Jacob Hanlon, Burke County
Honorable Mention: “Funny Friends” by Chloe Allen, Johnston County
2021 Winners: Nature’s Beauty, Senior Division
1st Place: “Sunbathing Lady” by Laurelyn Ridge, Forsyth County
2nd Place: “New Growth” by Chloe Allen, Johnston County
3rd Place: “It’s Electric!!! ( Boogie Woogie, Woogie)” by Sydney Tucker, Yadkin County
4th Place: “Moon Jellyfish ” by Gillian Grimmick, Johnston County
5th Place: “McGalliard Falls” by Jacob Hanlon, Burke County
Honorable Mention: “Wilson Lake Trail” by Daniel Boren, Wayne County
2021 Winners: My Best Friend, Senior Division
1st Place: “A Farmers Friend ” by Kylee Harris, Orange County
2nd Place: “What Do You Mean, I’m Only Allowed to Have Milk?” by Lynae Bowman, Forsyth County
3rd Place: “You Got a Friend In Me” by Alyson Manuel, Forsyth County
4th Place: “My dog Scout” by Jacob Hanlon, Burke County
5th Place: “Reagan and Gunny” by McKenzie Gross, Johnston County
Honorable Mention: “America The Beautiful” by Ava Berry, Richmond County