Photographic Challenge: Simple Architectural Image Competition

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Photography Challenge: Send us Your Simplest Architectural Shot?

On Friday we will be walking the streets of Canterbury with our newest students on our unique Canterbury Street and Architecture Workshop in association with The Ambrette . However, on a recent visit to Mercedes World in Weybridge we shot the image you see at left; the centre is an amazing building for architectural and structural photography.

But the big question is... How simple can a architectural photograph be, before it becomes boring or fails to inspire?

Below are a few similar example images that are as "simple" as we would ever like them to be, but we'll leave it up to you to decide what you think.

So, that is our Challenge to YOU... We would like you to post a favourite "simple" architectural shot using the form below.

The winner of our challenge will receive a voucher code entitling them to an additional 20% off any one of our upcoming one-day workshops, that's on top of any Early Bird Discounts that may apply.

Your Images Will Appear Here

If you would like to learn how to "see" an interesting street or architectural photograph, then why not join us on our Canterbury Street and Architecture Workshop?
But hurry we only have two spaces left.

Send in your photos using the form here...

Image requirements:

1) Format: Images must be in ".JPEG" (or sometimes ".jpg") format.

2) Maximum Dimensions: Maximum image size is 2200-pixels on longest edge. 

3) Minimum Dimensions: Minimum image size is 1400-pixels on longest edge.

NB: Add your – 50-word or less – image caption in the "Content" box.

Please complete the required fields.
Please select your image(s) to upload.
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orange angles
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grey angles
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green window
All White Angles at Mercedes World
All White Angles at Mercedes World


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