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Date: 01/03/2015 | By: Heather

Flickr Photography Challenge: ARCHITECTURE – It’s time to vote!

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Flickr Photography Challenge: ARCHITECTURE – It’s time to vote!

Yup, it’s that time of the month again; time to vote for your favourite image submitted for the Monthly Flickr Photography Challenge held in association with Tyson Robichaud! (Time really does fly!) The theme for the month of February was ARCHICTURE, chosen by Tyson and ourselves.

Architectural photography is accessible to anyone who lives within 5 minutes of a building (which means everyone!) but it isn’t necessarily easy to execute. A deep understanding of composition, angles, leading lines, contrast, and balance is needed to create an image that resonates with its viewers. In this round, we saw a handful of images that effectively fulfilled these requirements  and a decent number of concerted efforts. Good job, everyone!

As always, it was a challenge to narrow our choices down to just three. However, after much deliberation, we do feel we made the right choice! Now that we’ve reduced the number to three, it is now your turn to choose the image you feel best fulfils the requirements of the challenge! From March 1st to 5th, we invite you to vote on your favourite image by using the poll below and on Tyson’s website. The winner will be invited to choose the theme for March 2015!

Good luck to the finalists and happy voting! Update: The winner of this month’s challenge was Kuppel10_24_7 by Pommes.Fritz123. Congratulations! We’ll be contacting you about the new theme for March.

1. “Denver’s Union Station” by Mike Ricci (chosen by Mathieu)

mike ricci

2. “Fisheye Madness” by Fàbio Morbec (chosen by Heather)

fabio morbec

3. “Kuppel10_24_7” by pommes.fritz123  (chosen by Tyson)

pommes fritz

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
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end_date 2015-03-05 23:59:59
Poll Results:
Which image do you like the best?

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