Categories Architecture Nightscape Panorama Photos Urban promenade Post author By Rian Post date May 13, 2009 32 Comments on promenade ..i’m almost done tagging, i wish i could’ve done this earlier on.. argh.. ..here’s the brooklyn heights promenade.. best viewed supersized (click the thumbnail below) Tags Brooklyn Heights Promenade ← bricks → verrazano 32 replies on “promenade” Fabulous caprure! Fascinating tones and mood…Great work! Stunning night shot! Beautiful light and colour! A super night shot ! I love this shot Rian. That is a wonderful spot for shooting at night, or in the day, or whenever. Great composition here. The large view is incredable. Brilliant. Fantastic work. This is phenomenal . Just amazing. I hope you put it on a wall somewhere. Strong shot and some great blues from the lights and sky. The enlarged view is essential to getting the full impact of this beautiful shot. Fine exposure to get the lights and the ambient light of the promenade. Fine work. Where in Hell did this come from? This is your most fantastic shot ever! When I enlarged it, I gasped. The colors, the clarity, the fabulous compostion, the lack of noise, the great mood, the crisp lights in the building… WOW WEE! I wish you would have entered this in the New York Photo Festival this week. Frame this one Rian. (I mean for me… as a gift! lol) Stunning! This is a superb image, Rian. It’s just beautiful. Well this shot when viewed large and in all its glory kicks butt. It is an amazing shot and should be hanging on the wall in one of those famous buildings. Really really really cool!!!!! FASCINATING photo . Night shot, but such a perfect clarity – just fantastic ! thanks, mike! well, i’m basically rummaging through my photos while tagging so i found this thingy here.. i was planning on entering the ny photo week competition too but held out at the last minute.. (i’m a cheapskate.. hehe..) but it seems they have a place to upload stuff (here) so i guess i’ll just try that one.. 😀 Lovely color contrast. Beautiful. Very great pano; the tones processing is excellent. Maravillosa foto, el tratamiento de las luces es fabuloso. Nice skyline. Great captured! I find this picture a little more than a masterpiece! there are really no words to describe the perfect management of light and depth of field! Stunning shot! Just a beautiful mood it has – nicely done. Terrific work Rian and nice to see. I lived in B’klyn heights for a short time when in my 20ties (long time ago) on Henry St. i agree! one of your best. thank you for posting the supersize option. i like both versions =D. i especially like how these long exposure shots tend to blur up the people walking around, the motion feeling is so good! nice! Wow, great capture.. love the lens flares (I’m a kind of junkie of this kind of things..) Awesome, this one needs printed out large and framed for the wall… again an awesome picture… love it all. I love the view of Manhattan from the Broolyn Promenade. You’ve captured it perfectly. Thanks for this. Great atmosphere in this fantastic night shot-well done! This makes me wish that in all the years I lived in Brooklyn, I’d have walked here. Dang…and to think, I lived so close…in Park Slope. Great clarity, light and processing. Stunning! Absolutely stunning image! That skyline seems magical! Great warm tones in the foreground. Man I love this 🙂 colors are so awesome in this photo. great shot! Superb, fabulous, terrific, fascinating… I want to go there ! This photo is outstanding. I am from Brooklyn, New York, and I am totally engrossed in all of your NYC pictures. I went to school about 3 blocks from the Promenade and know it’s simple beauty. You captured that and so much more. I have been sitting in my living room for about 45 minutes just in awe of your photos. They are gorgeous. I have a great interest in photography. Unfortunatly, I have not yet gone into Manhattan to spread my wings. I don’t know why. So close, yet so far, I guess. Thank you for posting these. I’m going to continue to enjoy them now Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.