Pittsburgh Skyline Photo Shot from the Roof of the U.S. Steel Tower (Black and White version)
In this photo of the Pittsburgh skyline the city light glow brightly during Light Up Night. This photo was shot from the roof of the U.S. Steel Tower. I've lived in Pittsburgh my entire life and have never had a view quite like this before. It was such an incredible experience!
This photo is available in many different sizes and can be ordered as a canvas wrap, metal, or Kodak paper print.
All of my photos are printed in the USA by one of the top professional photo printing labs in the country. See below for detailed descriptions of my canvas, metal, and Kodak paper prints...
The brilliance of a metal print is really stunning! Metal prints are created by infusing dyes directly on to a specially coated sheet of high-quality aluminum. Metal prints show off vibrant colors in a way that no other medium can. Metal prints take on life-like depth and dimension for an impressive display that stands the test of time. Metal prints come ready to hang with a 3/4 inch rear float mount bracket, no framing necessary!
FINE ART CANVAS
Canvas prints are printed on fine art, museum grade canvas. The photo is printed directly on to the canvas material using archival inks which are fade resistant for over 100 years. A glossy coating is then applied for additional protection. The canvas material is then mounted to a 1.5 inch deep wood stretcher frame with black paper backing and sawtooth hangers for easy hanging. Canvas prints also feature a digitally stretched wrap edge for a truly unique look.
KODAK ENDURA LUSTRE PHOTO PAPER
Kodak ENDURA Lustre Photo Paper is a professional-grade photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture.
*** Wall mockup photos above are for demonstration only and may not accurately reflect the size of the photo that you order. ***
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Kodak Paper: 3 - 7 business days
Metal & Canvas Prints: 7 - 10 business days
Calendars, Puzzles, Coasters: 1-5 business days
Ornaments: 1-5 business days