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Students, here's your big break.
SportsShooter.com presents this rich learning environment, designed specifically for students. Start off by entring your best "One Week's Work", and you may end up having your portfolio reviewed by some of the most respected photographers in the business. As if that isn't enough, one dedicated and talented student is going to end up winning the title of SportsShooter.com Student Photographer of the Year, and take home the outrageously cool Grand Prize: "The Essentials", the tools to have when you're ready to start getting serious.

|| Student Portfolio Reviews:
The monthly Student Portfolio review is conducted by members of our Student Portfolio Review Panel. Each month, the first place winner of the Week's Work contest will have their portfolio reviewed.
Student Portfolio: AAron Ontiveroz
Month: April, 2008
Reviewers: Chip Litherland / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Philip Andrews
Month: March, 2008
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Pete Souza
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Student Portfolio: Afton Almaraz
Month: February, 2008
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Justin Sullivan
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Student Portfolio: Daryl Peveto
Month: January, 2008
Reviewers: Chip Litherland / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Patrick Fallon
Month: December, 2007
Reviewers: Robert Hanashiro / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Troy Harvey
Month: November, 2007
Reviewers: Robert Hanashiro / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Brian Frank
Month: October, 2007
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Sol Neelman
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Student Portfolio: Michael Mullady
Month: September, 2007
Reviewers: Chip Litherland / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Justin Maxon
Month: August, 2007
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Jim Merithew
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Student Portfolio: Matthew Williams
Month: July, 2007
Reviewers: Jack Gruber / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Josh Birnbaum
Month: June, 2007
Reviewers: Rod Mar / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: AAron Ontiveroz
Month: May, 2007
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Sol Neelman
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Student Portfolio: Paul Gallaher
Month: April, 2007
Reviewers: Brian Davies / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Jordan Murph
Month: March, 2007
Reviewers: Robert Beck / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Matt Eich
Month: February, 2007
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Scott Strazzante
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Student Portfolio: Daryl Peveto
Month: January, 2007
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Scott Strazzante
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Student Portfolio: Justin Mott
Month: December, 2006
Reviewers: Vincent Laforet / Jim McNay
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Student Portfolio: Daryl Peveto
Month: November, 2006
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Rick Rickman
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Student Portfolio: Jordan Murph
Month: October, 2006
Reviewers: Jim McNay / Robert Seale
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Student Portfolio: Carlos Delgado
Month: September, 2006
Reviewers: Robert Hanashiro / Jim McNay
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The 2009 SportsShooter.com Student Photographer of the Year will receive a Canon EOS 5D Mark II digital SLR camera.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
The EOS 5D Mark II has a stunning 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor, a vast ISO Range of 100-6400 (expandable to ISO L: 50, H1: 12800 and H2: 25600), plus EOS technologies like Auto Lighting Optimizer and Peripheral Illumination Correction. It supports Live View shooting, Live View HD videos, and more. It can shoot up to 3.9 fps, has 9 AF points plus 6 AF assist points, a new 98% coverage viewfinder, a 3.0-inch Clear View LCD (920,000 dots/VGA) and a rugged build.
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