Colosseo - two versions

These shots were taken very early in the morning. I would like to hear from you about these two shots, which you prefer, both as framing and as post-production?
Thank you so much for your advices :)

First roll Ektar 100

Shot handheld with Hasselblad 553ELX & 80mm lens with LP filter, this is Kodak Ektar 100, developed and scanned. I am not really sure why I like this so much but I do. Early morning photo across the Broadwater, Gold Coast Australia.

Super happy with the Kodak Ektar film saturation and fine grain producing good shadows. Obviously many...

Camera contest by FroKnowsPhoto.com

Hi all,

In case you like reviews, critiques, lightroom presets and some tutorials and tips, this guy has lots of (a bit crazy) videos you may want to checkout on youtube. But now there's also a contest he's holding to celebrate his 1,000,000 subscriber and the prizes are cool (starting with a 3000$ worth camera of your choice).

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Harbor Square

Harbor Square is situated across Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in Manila. This is the go-to place of the people near the area because of its restaurants around the block. I arrive there early in the morning so that I can capture the soft sunlight hitting the high rise towers opposite to where I stand.

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Bluehour in Ariccia

A shot during the bluehour of a portion of the city of Ariccia that turns his gaze towards the sea. It is a composition of 6 vertical shots joined together to make the overview.
Hope you enjoy :)

San Francisco Above the Clouds

Taken from the Marin Headlands and overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and the city of San Francisco. This was taken at sunrise several years back. I have a shot that is wider (maybe 20 feet back) and no crop on my Flickr page. I cropped this into a "panorama" type shot.

Curvilinear

As I roam the city of Pasay in Philippines, the facade of this hotel is quite different and attractive to a person who shoots skyscrapers. Due to its unique design, I immediately grab my camera and tried to capture its beauty. From its curves and beautiful linings, I was able to create a stunning black and white photo of the building.