Architectural Photography has long been recognized as one of the most prestigious photography awards.
But now, the winners of the 2018 Architectural Photographs of the Year Awards are no longer in the top 10 list.
Instead, they are in the middle of the pack.
In the Top 10 Photographer of the Century category, the new winner, photographer David G. Smith, is no longer No. 1 in the New York Magazine’s Architecture Photography Awards.
Smith is no stranger to winning the awards.
The New Yorker’s architectural photographer for over 25 years, Smith has won more than 200 awards.
In 2014, Smith won a Pulitzer Prize for his photos of the collapse of the Twin Towers in New Jersey.
This year, Smith is up for a second Pulitzer, for his work on the construction of the Lincoln Memorial.
The 2017 winners of Architecture Photography were none other than David G Smith, who is no less than No. 2 on the 2018 list of Architectural Photographers of the century.
Smith, a former architecture student at the University of California, Berkeley, was nominated by the Architectural Review of New York.
He has been the subject of more than 25 books, essays and photographs.
He recently published an architectural history of New Orleans and a collection of essays on New York City history.
He was nominated again in 2019 for his images of the construction and renovation of the World Trade Center in New England.
Smith’s images are widely recognized for their realistic, and sometimes disturbing, depictions of the devastation of the September 11, 2001, attacks.