Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing tall buildings in the Modern Tall Buildings Photo Contest with chances to win a Lytro Camera and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Roman Kruglov for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. "Hi, I am Roman and I was born in Russia, but I have lived more than half of my life in NYC. My love for photography came from my grandfather in the early age. I remember the dark room and watching the pictures magically come to life. I am an easy going person who loves photography and my family. I try to photograph every day and my camera comes with me everywhere I go. The inspiration for my photos come from seeing them develop on the screen much like they used to develop in the dark room and then being able to share those developed pictures. My work has been published in Popular Photography, Bloomberg, Popular Science, Business Insider and a book called "How to Photograph Everything"

Grand Jury Winner

""Tornado Tower" has excellent contrast, perfect exposure, clean lines and sharpness. The background blends perfectly with the building. Composition works perfectly even if you were to turn this picture left or right." - Roman Kruglov

Runner Up

"Another great title to go with a great photograph, Turning the picture upside down works well" - Roman Kruglov

Runner Up

"A great example of long exposure architecture photography" - Roman Kruglov

Runner Up

"Very interesting architecture great contrast between light and dark" - Roman Kruglov

Amateur Winner

People's Choice

"A great shot and the title of it give it that tetris feeling, well executed" - Roman Kruglov

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