Pink A Boo: A Visual Game of Hide-and-Seek Inside La Muralla Roja

For three full days, Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís explored the pastel pink and blue walls of La Muralla Roja, the highly-recognised postmodern beauty located in Calpe, Spain, designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill in 1968. Within this magical structure, the duo staged a visual game of hide-and-seek, photographing only during sunrise or sunset in order to catch the same soft lighting for every image. In our interview with Daniel and Anna, they share their entire process behind the concept and execution of their project within the dreamlike maze.

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Pink A Boo: A Visual Game of Hide-and-Seek Inside La Muralla Roja
more at Hasselblad

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Low Vantage Points

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shots taken on a low vantage point in this photo contest

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “bike ” by jasonbolduc
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Congratulations Runner Up “JetOnRunway ” by tomato1236
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Congratulations Runner Up ” adventurousness ” by spARTiat_de
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Congratulations Runner Up “NORD/LB Head Office, Hannover, Germany ” by greenograph
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Congratulations People’s Choice “roots to branches ” by pixelmac
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Low Vantage Points Photo Contest Winners
more at viewbug

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Ground Level Viewpoint

Most photos that we take are shot with the camera at eye-level while we are standing, sitting or kneeling down. However, for this contest I would like to see your photographs taken with the camera at ground level. The subject can be anything you like and the photographs can be in colour or black and white.

Ginger Cat
by Mohammad Dadsetan
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the gardener – refresh
by foxbird
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Ground level viewpoint
by Raed Victor
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Leadenhall Marketplace from Low Level in London’s Financial District
by Brian Morgan
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Getting low on Swanage Pier
by Howard Mason
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Ground Level Viewpoint
more at photocrowd

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Agora’s best urban photos of the year

The spectacle of city life in Agora’s best urban photos of the year
The top 50 urban photos from global photography social network Agora span an incredible array of subjects and styles. Covering everything from drone shots to surreal portraits, these spectacular images encapsulate the rich, diverse and lively energy of city life in the 21st century.

‘Standing strong’ by @oystein
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‘Eyeshape’ by @marcelvanbalken
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‘Sunrise in the city’ by @tobboh
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‘Colored cubes’ by @angiolomanetti
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‘Nightscape in Rome’ by @henrydo
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The spectacle of city life in Agora’s best urban photos of the year
more by Rich Haridy at new atlas

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Architecture by Mike Hollman

“In the past 20 years, I’ve travelled extensively around the world for photography assignments, projects and to capture the beauty of the landscape, nature, architecture, culture and people. Today, I am a commercial photographer based in Auckland, New Zealand, specialising in:
• Architectural photography
• Hotel & Resort Photography
• Travel and landscape photography
• Fine Art Photography
I am also available for assignments and projects worldwide.”
Mike Hollman Photography

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Architecture by Mike Hollman
more at behance

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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors

This contest is for your photos of the exterior of buildings which are used for commercial or industrial purposes. Examples include factories, warehouses, shops, hotels and office blocks. You could show a close view of the industrial or commercial building, showing off the architectural details, or a wider view of the entire structure within its immediate surroundings. Make sure the architecture of the buildings is clearly visible, so please do not enter distant views of industrial or city skylines. Buildings should clearly be for industry or commerce, and be photographed from the outside. Images can be in colour or black and white.

Novotel
by Inge Schuster
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Selfridges Birmingham
by Inge Schuster
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Mode Gakuen Tower Shinjuku Tokyo
by RobCK
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Petrons Twin Towers
by Keith Lau
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Cantley Sugar Factory
by Jan Murphy
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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors
more at photocrowd

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The Architectural Photography Awards 2019

The Architectural Photography Awards 2019, sponsored by Sto and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF), proudly reveals this year’s shortlist, which was selected from nearly 2000 entries from 42 countries. 29% of the entries were from the UK, 11% from the USA and 9% from China.

The shortlist consists of four entries from 6 categories: Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place, Buildings in Use, Mobile, which this year’s theme is Shelter, and Portfolio with the theme of Social Housing. The photographs will be exhibited at WAF in Amsterdam from 4th – 6th December where visitors can vote for the winners, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 6th December.

The reflection of the main hall in a glass case at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London shot by Thomas Knowles.
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The Twist Museum, Kistefos Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, Norway by Bjarke Ingels Group shot by Laurian Ghinitoiu.
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Hill of the Buddha, Makomanai Takino Cemetery Sapporo, Japan by Tadao Ando shot by Vincent Wu.
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Generali Tower, Milan, Italy by Zaha Hadid shot by Marco Tagliarino.
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The Vessel, New York City, USA by Heatherwick Studio shot by Joan Muñoz Arango.
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more at The Architectural Photography Awards

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