PLEASE NOTE that this is a minimal Photoshop challenge, with no black and white images allowed. Click on 'The brief in detail' for our submission guidelines. The world’s towns and cities have become a breeding ground for contentious architecture, which is always a hot topic for debate. Are imposing contemporary constructions acting as a positive solution to growing populations and a lack of space, or are they irreversibly damaging traditional vistas and skylines? Should concrete-heavy brutalist architecture be viewed as a blight on 20th Century design, or a poignant reminder of how we can rebuild our communities in the aftermath of war and natural disaster?
Buildings good, bad or downright ugly can so often be the subject of powerful photography. We want to see your best photos of architecture that divides opinion - BUT, this is a minimal Photoshop challenge. Click on 'The brief in detail' for more information.
Both the expert's winner and the crowd's winner with receive a ThinkTank Photo's Citywalker 30 bag worth $164.75 USD.
Both the expert's winner (chosen by Sue Barr) and the crowd's winner with receive a ThinkTank Photo's Citywalker 30 bag (in blue), worth $164.75 USD. The highest placed entries will appear on Photocrowd's 'Best images' page and social media channels.
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