ADP’s annual photography competition focuses on the relation between architecture and natural world

Architect ADP has announced its second annual student photography competition.

Architecture Naturally will focus on the relationship between architecture and the natural world.

Often seen as being in conflict, this relationship is increasingly significant as it reflects the changing attitude toward sustainability, and architecture’s place in relation to the natural world.

The competition is open to students of architecture or photography in the UK who are over 16.

Judging this year’s competition will be programme manager of the chosen charity Architecture Sans Frontières UK Jeni Burnell, architectural photographer Peter Cook, editor of Digital Photographer magazine Debbi Allen and ADP London studio partner Roger FitzGerald.

The winner will be awarded £1000 commission to photograph one of ADP’s completed buildings, £750 worth of camera equipment vouchers and a year's subscription to Digital Photographer magazine.

Second prize is for £500 worth of vouchers and a copy of the Adobe Photoshop software. Third prize is a £250 voucher and Adobe Lightroom.

The top three entrants will also receive a unique Callprint Discount Card entitling them to 25% off printing for a whole year.

Closing date for entries is 31 March 2010.