Categories Architecture Black n White Photos Urban support Post author By Rian Post date February 6, 2010 22 Comments on support … Tags Brooklyn Bridge ← an overpass → deux 22 replies on “support” One of the most amazing of the bridge I’ve seen in a while…love the perspective…damn this rocks…. wow!!! that’s alot of suspension!!! it just goes up and up, amazing shot!!! An extremely strong vertical shot! This is an eye-catching photo that is very effective. Good eye to think of this possibility. INCREDIBLE !!!!! It rocks ( as Luis said ) . Wow … what a compo !!!! I am stunned ! This is really awesome! Love the vertical orientation-great shot! Bonsoir, A nice composition..A beautiful range of tones..bravo! A superb perspective, beautiful splendid view, bravo! Excelllent photo. Love the cables. Pris dans la toile, super cadrage Create angle, love the composition! Wow…what a view…strong ! impressive web.. and well done for the perspective! Great verticals! Nice shot. this is fantastic, rian! all of the intersecting lines are just lovely. its hard for me to stop looking at it 🙂 Great wide angle. Fantastic lines and height! this has you and your eye written all over it. wonderful shot. Wow, killer shot Rian. The B&W is great. Wonderful catch. Your POV and timing puts me right into this place. Oh man this is just amazing!!! Such wide angle! You got the entire structure, the buildings and the people! Great great job! Great shot, and great use of the larger-than-screen image. I once had a long talk with a friend about whether it was good or bad to make an image so tall that someone is forced to scroll. I think this shot proves that when done tastefully it can be a very creative format, forcing the viewer’s eyes to scan down the supports to rest finally on the people and path. I think it also demonstrates the requirements of such a display. There need to be active themes in both the top and bottom half of the picture, preferably one that will pull down into the other. People often think about the image and less about the format. Great to see someone is thinking about the format ! Lovely perspective and quality of B&W! We have a similar construction of bridge in Mumbai now. I must shoot it:-) I can’t get enough of these types of shots and the way you’ve composed it so top heavy is really fantastic. I can see this on a magazine easy. Go send it to someone about that. Great, you should work more in B&W, Rian, you have the right sensivity! 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.