World Photo Day hosted its first global, online gallery in 2010 with the goal to unite local and global communities in a worldwide celebration of photography.
This year’s event, held August 19th, marks the 175th anniversary of the first permanent photographic process patented and freely released to the world on August 19th, 1839. It encourages businesses, organizations and social groups across the world to leverage the power of photography by engaging their communities as part of a worldwide photography celebration held over August.
The gallery is open for submissions between August 19 – 26. Upload away!
In honour of World Photo Day 2014, ArchDaily, an online source of architectural news and inspiration, posted “The 13 Architecture Photographers to Follow Now.” Here is a small sampling from the talented bunch…
Awasi Hotel, San Pedro de Atacama, Patagonia. Architect: Felipe Assadi & Francisca Pulido. Photo by Fernando Alda.
Hotel Eso, Atacama Desert, Chile. Architect: Auer + Weber. Photo by Erieta Attali.
Guangzhou Opera House. Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects. Photo by Iwan Baan.
Edificio de Viviendas con Proteccion Publica. Olalquiaga Arquitectos. Photo by Miguel de Guzmán.
MIT Media Lab, Cambridge. MA. Architect: Maki & Associates with Leers Weinzapfel. Photo by Anton Grassl.
Shaker Heights Private Residence, Ohio. Dimit Architects. Photo by Brad Feinknopf.
Natural Swimming Pool, Riehen, Switzerland. Architects: Herzog & de Meuron. Photo by Leonardo Finotti.
Casas na Praia da Baleia, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Architect: Studio Arthur Casas. Photo by Fernando Guerra.
Museo de la Evolución Humana, Burgos, Spain. Architect: Juan Navarro Baldeweg. Photo by Thomas Mayer.
Serpentine Pavilion, London, UK. Architect: Smiljan Radic. Photo by Cristobal Palma.
Vitra Haus, Weil am Rhein, Germany. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron. Photo by Fran Parente.
Rey Juan Carlos Hospital, Móstoles, Madrid. Architect: Rafael de La-Hoz Castanys. Photo by Duccio Malagamba.