Now that you've warned me, though, exactly how expensive is 'not cheap'? Like "this picture is your whole birthday gift" not cheap, or "don't ask me for another thing till you get out of college" not cheap?
OK. Not cheap. But just a couple questions please.
I'm assuming canvas would be gallery wrapped, yes? How deep/thick? By what method could I pay you?
Also, the 72" width was a ball-park based on the 9'-10' long track lit wall it would be hung on. I'd hoped that this width canvas would be large enough to look decent displayed solo. But due to its panoramic dimensions, plus the wall being 8' tall and totally bare ceiling to floor, I'm now thinking this pic needs to be the focal point in a group. So, don't mean to be a pain, but if you have time, can you tell me how much a 60" width would be?
Last, I have family in Lincoln Park and the northern 'burbs that could pick the picture up, if it'd be easier/safer. No clue what a hassle an item that size could be to ship to Atlanta.
Thanks, but honestly, I just can't afford that. In all fairness, you did warn me.
I have a final question, though. What would you charge to upload your file to someplace like Canvas on Demand, which is a company I've used before?
I know there's likely a substantial difference in quality. But because this image is a panoramic sunset cityscape rather a human subject and being produced on canvas vs. glossy print, the sharpness of fine detail is not only negligible, but I'd believe that the final product will convey a soft, brushstroke type effect.