Architectural Photography Awards 2022
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Architectural Photography Awards 2022: The Architectural Photography Awards 2022 has been recently opened for entries, celebrating its tenth anniversary of being the leading architectural photography award in the industry, invites participation from both professional photographers and keen amateurs to participate.
The Architectural Photography Awards is celebrating its tenth anniversary of being the leading architectural photography award in the industry. They invite participation from both professional photographers and keen amateurs over 6 categories:
➜ Sense of Place
➜ Buildings in Use
➜ Transport Hubs – Portfolio category
➜ Bridges – Moblie category
The winners will be announced during The World Architecture Festival, Lisbon, the evening of Friday 2nd December 2022.
➜ Images should be saved as jpegs at the highest quality available, with a color profile attached. Either the RGB or sRGB color profiles are recommended. Digital scans from film are also eligible providing they meet these technical guidelines.
➜ Whilst no image sizes will be rejected at upload, winning images may be required to be printed, and so must be of sufficient quality to allow this. As a minimum it is advised that images measure at least 2,500 pixels on the shortest side after any cropping.
This competition is open to anyone worldwide above the age of 13.
There are three awards in the competition – the Overall award, the Portfolio category award, and the Mobile category award – with two winners in each.
>br> In the Overall award, the jury's chosen winner will take home $2,000, and the WAF delegates' winner will receive $1,000. The jury's winner will be invited onto the 2023 judging panel.
The jury's Portfolio winner will receive $750, and the WAF delegates' Portfolio winner will win $250.
In the Mobile category, the jury's favorite will win $150, with $100 going to the delegates' choice.
The awards will have exposure via the World Architecture Festival. After two virtual years, organizer anticipate a live event.
➜ 1 image – £8 (£8 per image)
➜ 6 images – £30 (£5 per image)
➜ 36 images – £72 (£2 per image)