It’s time for the annual Land F/X Photo Contest! Now’s your chance to share your best design work with the Land F/X community. Any project you’ve created using our software is fair game, and you can submit for as many projects as you want. It’s not just about bragging rights – we’ve put together some sweet prizes for winners in several categories. We always look forward to this exciting friendly competition, and we hope you do too!
The Cover Shot award is “first place,” if you will. This means the submitted project photo was too good to keep to ourselves, and we had to put that breathtaking work of art on display. If we select your photo as our official Cover Shot, we'll feature it on the cover of this year’s Land F/X brochure for the entire Land F/X community to see.
From concept to construction, every project you complete is a cohesive story in its own right. The Trifecta award is our way of showcasing each chapter of that story – and recognizing that you’ve created a tour de force. To qualify one of your projects for our Trifecta award, submit the CAD files, SketchUp rendering, and a photo of the finished project. Tell us your story!
Help us see your project in a whole new light! The Perspective award goes to the submitted photo with the most stunning, imaginative, quirky, or just plain different view of the project. Whether you opt for aerial or drone shots, or just an artistic interpretation of how you’d like the world to see your completed project. We'd love to see your perspective!
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Follow along with guest presenter Sahar Coston-Hardy, a professional landscape architecture photographer, working for award winning firms and featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine, as she outlines the fundamentals of getting the perfect shot of your design. She'll cover what it takes to capture visually captivating photographs of urban design. This webinar is full of great tips for an aspiring photographer or for a landscape architect looking to elevate their own project photographs.
Presented By: Sahar Coston-Hardy