PhoozL Architectural Detail Photo Contest

I recently judged a photo contest at the PhoozL photography site on the topic of Architectural Details. Here is an excerpt from my judges summary:

“Amongst those that clearly fit the architectural detail category there were many interesting images, ranging from pure black-and-white with no grays, to blazing full color, and from macro-level closeups covering a foot wide detail, to shots covering parts of multiple buildings. My comments on the individual winners will explain the unique characteristics of these six images that brought them to the winner’s circle. Thanks to all the participants for a strong showing in one of my favorite categories!”

Here is the link on Phoozl to read more, to see the winners, and to read the critiques of them. Thanks to Harald Johnson for inviting me to participate in this PhoozL event.

Credits: C. David Tobie, Copyright 2012.   Website:   Return to Blog’s Main Page

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One thought on “PhoozL Architectural Detail Photo Contest

  1. And my thanks to you! Your keen photographic eye is linked to your ability to explain the How and Why of your selections for the winners’ circle. You provide valuable feedback not just to winners but to all others trying to understand what makes a winning photo within a theme concept.
    Harald Johnson
    founder, PhoozL

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