1500 Feet Down

1500 Feet Down

1500 Feet Down

Angels Landing in Zion National Park is an amazing 5 mile RT hike up from the valley floor midway down the canyon. Along the way up, there's a super-cool switchback and areas where the rock was cut away to make a path. After Scout Lookout, it gets hairy. There are severe sheer drop-offs, some 1000-1500 straight down which, in a few sections of path, are found on both sides of the path! Luckily, there are chains bolted in those areas.

Of course, I lugged up my dSLR and heavy lenses. At the top, I laid out flat at the edge and shot a panoramic looking North up the canyon towards the famous Narrows. It might not seem at first, but the bottom of the photo is a quarter mile straight down to the river. Tons of detail in this very large resolution image and it shines on metallic paper behind the acrylic. Make sure you have nice track lights installed for this one!

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Regular price $2,920.00
Print sizes on this page are randomly selected as a starting point. I can print up to 96x48" for acrylic and 60x40" for metal prints. I can span a single print across multiple panels together for even larger installations. I'm happy to crop images to fit your space, too.

Shipping will be calculated after order. For prints 40x30" and under, shipping is typically around 10% of the print cost. Larger prints require stronger packaging costing up to 20% of the print costs. Multiple prints can be packaged together saving on shipping costs. Contact sean@seanhoyt.com for estimate. Pickup in Seattle is free.

Digital Downloads are restricted to social media & video conferencing backgrounds, presentations, brochure printing, blogs, and other online presentations. They are not for printing reproduction for display nor as an ingredient for a custom artwork.

The Prints


The TruView TruLife print is truely the top of the line when it comes to wall prints. The glass surface is highly scratch-resistant, is static-free, and dramatically removes distracting reflections. This glass protects the archive-quality print below and lets it shine through. The print mounts to the wall using an aluminum sub-frame that floats the surface 3/4" off the wall for prentation depth.

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These rigid glossy prints are factory-coated with a white base layer. The image is first printed with inks onto traditional inkjet photo paper which is then placed over the metal print and pressed together at high temperature. When the ink heats up, it becomes a gas and transfers off the paper and into the surface of the metal print giving it weather resistance and longevity.

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comparison table
TruLife Acrylic Glass Print ChromaLuxe Metal Print
Color Fuji continuous-tone laser-exposed paper and wide gamut color Inkjet sublimation transfer with standard color gamut
Longevity Archive paper, UV-filtering glass Strong permanence due to the ink embedded into the surface
Abrasion resistance High High
Reflectivity Low (<1.5% reflection) High gloss, mirror-like finish
Resolution High (300 dpi) Great (150 dpi)
Static buildup Static-free (no debris buildup on face) Static will accumulate dust/debris over time
Environmental great for indoor environments Resists heat and moisture
Price $$$ $$
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