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Deadline: July 14, 2014
Winner is: Judged
Entry: Paid Entry
Entry Fee: From £50

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Arcaid Images Architectural Photographer of the Year Awards

Arcaid Images Architectural Photographer of the Year Awards The Arcaid Images Architectural Photographer of the Year Awards celebrates and promotes the art of the architectural photographer. ‘Few of us are privileged enough to visit the vast array of new and historic buildings around the world. This means for most people that the experience of the built world, outside our own locale, is via the photographic image’ says Lynne B​​ryant,​ Director and founder of Arcaid Images. ‘As a photo agency that has been working with images of architecture and the built world for 30 years we are pivotal in disseminating images of architecture beyond the architectural press, giving people access to places and spaces they may never visit. The photograph is a gateway to the architecture.

There are four categories to enter: Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use.

​”The Award has given me greater exposure to the global architectural community, given me an accolade that consolidates my reputation.

It has been a valuable piece of marketing material, it is an award I am proud to have won.​” 2013 winning photographer Ken Schluchtmann ​ ​

What makes this award so special is that is seen, and judged, by the most knowledgeable, creative and influential within the global architectural and design community. To win, or be a runner up, is genuine recognition. For our award to have been judged by architects such as Zaha Hadid, Lord Richard Rogers, architectural luminaries such as James Russell from Bloombergs and Cathy Slessor of the Architectural Review, is indeed a privilege. It illustrates the importance of the Award to the architectural and photographic communities.

This year Sir Terry Farrell is one of our eminent architect judges. From architectural publishing we have David Jenkins. While at Phaidon David created one of the world’s leading architectural publishing programmes, he left to direct the Norman Foster Works series, and now has his own imprint.

The core team of Arcaid Images, the World Architecture Festival and Sto is building the most talked about Award ​in our sector.

New Category : Small Practice Photography Award.

To reflect the World Architecture Festival keynote speaker presentation the new category will be Architecture in the City

Architecture in the City ; for the purpose of this award we define this as a very large urban area: an urban area where a large number of people live and work .

Working in partnership, practice and photographer – however modest the project, this award facilitates increased exposure in a global arena.

Arcaid and Sto are delighted to announce this special photography award for small architectural practices( up to 10 staff ) A unique opportunity for exposure at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore. The winning practice to receive one entry ticket and one gala dinner ticket for WAF.

This year Danish architect Bjarne Hammer, of Schmidt, Hammer Lassen Architects, is one of our eminent judges. From architectural publishing we have David Jenkins. While at Phaidon David created one of the world’s leading architectural publishing programmes, he left to direct the Norman Foster Works series, and now has his own imprint. Sponsors : WAF, STO Arcaid Images.

Amateur Photographer of the Year Competition

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: The winners will be announced at the World Architecture Festival 2014, in Singapore, attended by world leading architects. Images will be Shortlisted and Winning Images will be displayed in a dedicated exhibition at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore and again in Sto Werlstatt, Clerkenwell, London. Sto and Arcaid Images will promote the winners and their images. ELIGIBILITY: Open to All

40MB minimum size when uncompressed at 300dpi, High resolution Jpeg format, Adobe RGB (1998) colour space Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: The Organisers do not make any claim on the copyright of the images, the photographer will retain the copyright at all times. USAGE RIGHTS: By entering the Competition the Entrant grants the Organisers and Award Partners and Sponsors a non-exclusive irrevocable licence to reproduce, publish and communicate to the public by any means and exhibit their awarded image(s) and copies of their awarded image(s) in all media throughout the world, only in relation to the Competition. The organisers and sponsors will endeavour to ensure the photographer will always be credited when their images are used.

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