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Craig Coutts

Repetition in architecture

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Brief

Many architectural design features are repeated, and are a gift to photographers looking for engaging compositions. Windows, panelling and cladding, brickwork, arches and types of ornamentation can all be used en masse in buildings both new and old. They offer an opportunity for symmetrical compositions, or ones that that are shot more obliquely, to create an image with greater dynamism. If shooting new work for this contest, be sure to have spent some time really exploring your architectural subject from lots of different angles, to be sure that you’ve found the best way to show off the building, and impress the viewer.

This contest is open to Photocrowd subscribers (Challenger/Pro/Master), or by purchasing entries.

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Entries close
1 June 2021

Rating
1 June 2021 to 10 June 2021

Winners announced
10 June 2021

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