Congratulations to our Senior Image Contest Winners!

Design Aglow's Senior Week 2015 has come to a close and we are thrilled to have almost 600 entries in our inspiring image contest!

Design Aglow chose the final winners based on originality, composition and technique, while also taking number of votes into account.

See our top 3 winners below, as well as some of our favorite images that deserve an honorable mention for making us swoon.

Grand Prize: Christina Beam ($300)

Second Prize: Melissa White ($250)

Third Prize: Christine Long Photography ($150)

Honorable Mentions:
 
Image Credits: Cynthia Jill Photography (top image), (left column, top to bottom): Kelly Tipton Photography, Becoming Images, Sera Petras, Cathy Lachine Photography, Lucy Macleish Photography (mural image), Brandy Floyd, In Style Imagery. (right column, top to bottom): Autumn Waldman, Alise Kowalski Photography, Heather Norris, Dana Widman, Golden Fox Studios, Life Reflections by Tangie.

In case you missed all of our featured interviews, a new Welcome Packet, Senior Product Collection, Graduation Cards and more, simply scroll back in our blog, or come over to our Facebook page or Instagram feed! Big thanks to all who made #SeniorWeek2015 a big success~ let’s do it again next year!

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