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Enter the Chromotecture Architectural Photography Competition and You Could Win $1500July 10th, 2013

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Homemade Dessert is now accepting entries for its Chromotecture architectural photography competition, a new challenge asking photographers to think about color in architecture. Color has a tremendous influence on human emotions. As Picasso once said, “colors, like features, follow the changes of emotions.” While perception of color is somewhat subjective, there are some effects that have a universal influence on people — these scientific principles of color are known as chromotherapy and have been used as a form of alternative medicine since the days of Cleopatra. Whether used as a conceptual trigger of a project, or introduced in the middle of a process to reconfigure the perception of some material or space, color has a particular psychological function, either perceptive or systematic. Homemade Dessert is searching for images of spaces where one can observe and feel this dual effect. Submit your photos by July 15, 2013 for a shot at a $1,500 prize.

July 10th, 2013

July 15th, 2013



US$ 1,500


Submission requirements:

You are allowed to upload one photograph per registration (not less than 1500 pixels on the shortest side).

Digital alterations:
Minor alterations are allowed

Judging criteria:
Composition (20%), technical execution (20%) and narrative (60%). 

All self-promotion methods are allowed. Homemade Desert reserves the right to disqualify any participant for dishonest acts like vote harvesting on vote-for-vote websites and for using robot-generated email accounts.