Arch2O Photography Challenge 2021
Aldo Amoretti is a photographer of architecture based in Sanremo, Italy. Imperia, Italy Sanremo
Paul Clemence is an award winning photographer, artist and visual poet exploring the cross sections
Turkish architect and photographer otherwise known as cimkedi; creator of the world’s most colorful architectural photography series!
Darren is an American architectural photographer with a passion for mid-century modern architecture and design.
Fernando Guerra is a Portuguese architectural photographer.Architectural photographer Lisbon I Canon ambassador
Tom Blachford, an Australian photographer who specializes in images of urban architecture shot at night.
Ema Peter is an Architectural photojournalist based in Vancouver and London, worldwide traveler, loves clouds
Paul Eis, always been interested in architecture and finds that architecture buildings at times may come off boring so he decided to add a splash of color to some of his images he took.
The growing obsession with visual documentation is giving us a chance to learn more about our architectural context. After we build, the Architecture rebuilds and frames our stories. Taking a photo of a building might be easy, but telling a story through it is quite challenging!
Link to Competition
Link to Registration form
Publication in Arch2O’s Annual Feature “100 Photos About Architecture”
1st Prize : X-AIRCROSS 2
2nd Prize : X-go HR Chameleon
3rd Prize : Mogo FireKit
100 finalists will be published in Special Annual Feature “100 Photos About Architecture“, to be distributed to Arch2O’s community including 100,000 newsletter subscribers and 2.5+ million social media followers!
Type of Competition
Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)
Who can Participate
It is required to SUBMIT ONE PHOTOGRAPH that conveys the sense of its place – Whether through capturing how a building or a group of buildings exist within their context, or how people and objects experience and interact with these buildings.
The photograph can be taken anywhere in the world, at any scale, and from whichever angle.
It can, as well, frame a group of buildings, a whole building, or close-up architectural details.
Any photo that portrays architecture as its main element is eligible.
Your photograph should be submitted alongside a short description that does not exceed 150 words.
Dates and Time Frame
Registration Closes October 15, 2021
Deadline to Submit Project October 15, 2021
Winners announcement Date
Location of Competition
Banner, Poster, Brochure or Triptic of Competition