Beyond the glitz and glam of Hollywood, lies the port of Los Angeles, the beating heart of a major industrial center. While further inland, flash bulbs take pictures of a never-ending stream of celebrities on the boast, the port comes alive. The lighting beacons of container cranes initiate a perfectly choreographed dance of light that provides one of the most unique shows L.A. has to offer.
All images are sold as signed and numbered limited editions of 250.
Watermark logos will not appear on final prints.
Matted prints are printed on Kodak Endura Metallic paper, with a Lustre protective coating, mounted on 2mm Styrene and matted in a single white mat. The size listed is the size frame that the matted print will fit.
Kodak Endura Metallic Paper is an archival paper with an estimated lifespan of at least 200 years without fading or color shifting if displayed in typically indoor lighting conditions.
Gallery wrapped canvas prints are printed on museum quality canvas and treated with a protective coating. The image wraps around 1 ½-inch deep stretcher bars, proving a three-dimensional modern look that enhances both contemporary and traditional home decors. All canvas prints are ready to hang and include a hanger with bumpers on the bottom corners.
Metal prints represent a new medium for displaying photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Since the image is infused into the surface, images have a magical luminescence. The ultra-hard, scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and is cleaned easily – just avoid direct sunlight. Metal prints are ready to hang and include float mount hangers and bumpers that allow the print to float ½-inch off the wall.
A unique option to add visual interest to metal and canvas panorama prints; triptychs divide the photo into three separate panels which are displayed side-by-side with a 1-inch gap between the panels. Beautiful both unframed and framed. Framing options surround the perimeter of all three photos which have a float mount and a 1-inch gap separating each of the panels.