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Photographer of the Day: Jesus Villarreal

Category: Architecture Photographer: Jesus Villarreal Photo: “Porta Fira Towers / Toyo Ito + Fermín Vázquez. L’Hospitalet. Barcelona” This very unusual structure is part of a pair of unusual structures, though

Photographer of the Day: Michael Hoffman

Category: Architecture Photographer: Michael Hoffman Photo: “Four Seasons” In a word, elegant! With clean, impeccable simplicity, this photograph entices with the beauty of reflection and perfect lines. Originally shared with

Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks

Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Lights, Lines and Reflections” This is such an elegant interior portrait of a beautiful building space! Careful positioning allows the viewers to experience the

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “bibliothèque nationale Richelieu” The grandeur of this structure is more akin to a cathedral, yet it’s a magnificent library! Using careful positioning and an

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Architecture Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “untitled” A carefully constructed abstract of an architectural structure can create an interesting understanding of the unseen components. In this minimalistic view of light

Photographer of the Day: Baspherical

Category: Architecture Photographer: Baspherical Photo: “Düsseldorf Architecture” Showing the stark angular edge of an imposing building, our Architectural Photographer of the Day includes only a portion of the structure as

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “structure et perspective” Frequent contributor Rudy Pilarski once again wows with a powerful construct and a dizzying complex geometric architectural puzzle. Careful positioning within

Photographer of the Day: Francesco Bruziche

Category: Architecture Photographer: Francesco Bruziche Photo: “Venice by night” Elegant lighting for impact makes this night view of a carefully crafted bridge pop. Positioning the camera to include the brightly

Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks

Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “NC Museum of Art” Architects frequently use reflective surfaces to include a building’s surrounds as part of their design. In some cases, the reflective

Photographer of the Day: Gilles Letang

Category: Architecture Photographer: Gilles Letang Photo: “Le logis & la chapelle du château de Couches, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté” Sometimes a less than formal architectural photograph accomplishes what the most fastidiously created image

Photographer of the Day: Ken Lee

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ken Lee Photo: “A School Right Out of History” Sometimes is all about the fun! No, this is not a serious building, but rather a whimsical component

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “Cœur de Lisbonne!” Frequently featured photographer Rudy Pilarski has created numerous great images, and this is no exception. Line, form, symmetry and impact; enhanced

Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks

Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Hunt Library in Black and White” Classic architectural photography! Note the perfected vertical line of the close corner, which then perfectly sets up the

Photographer of the Day: Jeff Goldberg

Category: Architecture Photographer: Jeff Goldberg Photo: “Chicago Theatre Lobby” Typically architectural photography utilizes exacting corrections to make buildings appear as designed, rather than how why would be viewed from the

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “profusion hight key” Rudy consistently delivers high impact and stunning architectural imagery, and this is certainly no exception. From the observer’s point of view,

Photographer of the Day: Stig Nygaard

Category: Architecture Photographer: Stig Nygaard Photo: “Copenhagen International School” While this very pretty image is not what I would typically refer to as an “architectural” photograph, it is a compelling

Photographer of the Day: Ritxy

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ritxy Photo: “untitled” Reflections can add tremendous visual excitement, and when the original shapes are amazing in themselves, when combined with their mirror image appear even more

Photographer of the Day: Northernstar28**

Category: Architecture Photographer: Northernstar28** Photo: “A Bit of Muted Noir….” This is not so much an architectural photograph of “a” building, but rather building itself, and how structures are designed

Photographer of the Day: Christian Meermann

Category: Architecture Photographer: Christian Meermann Photo: “Wandering Spirits #4” Using the inherent power of Black & White helps this striking interior make impact to the viewer. Including people within the

Photographer of the Day: Ritxy

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ritxy Photo: “Untitled” While normally a panorama — especially one where horizon lines are distorted — is not the ideal form of architectural photography, this magical view