Photos of a lifetime: Kyle Field Re-Opening at Texas A&M

This weekend I was lucky enough to head down to College Station, Texas, to watch my alma mater, Texas A&M University, play its first football game in our newly renovated stadium, called Kyle Field.

I had my camera with me, as always, and got some great shots.  One of the shots ended up going pretty viral in the Texas A&M community.  Even if you’re not a fan, hopefully you can appreciate the pageantry and celebration of the completion of a $500 million renovation!

Kyle Field Texas A&M

Kyle Field Glows, Copyright 2015 Andy Luten

20 Comments

  1. Hi! My name is Jannah and I work at a design firm called Infinite Scale.

    We designed the experiential graphics in the renovated Kyle Field and are just gawking over your gorgeous shots! It was such a neat night and you captured it so beautifully!

    How would you feel about us using some of these to promote our work? Please let me know!!

    Thanks!
    -Jannah
    jdin@infinitescale.com

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    • Hi Jannah, I’ll shoot you an email.

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  2. Andy –

    “Kyle Field Glows” is spectacular. Will you be offering it on your store? I’d love to have a mid-size canvas print of that.

    Jerrod

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    • Hey Jerrod! Thanks for the kind words, I hope to be able to offer prints soon.

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      • I would love a print too! Would you be able to contact me when it’s available?

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        • I’d be happy to, I hope to have some clarification this week!

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          • Just checking back to see if you’ll be adding this to your store in a canvas print?

  3. Hello! I was wondering if these photos are ok to use for non-commercial use? Like for the background image of a website? We are hosting a college minister’s conference here in Aggieland and would love to use these photos (we would give you credit on the site) on our site.

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    • Hi Ashley, thanks for your note. Unfortunately I consider that to be commercial use. While I support Central (and attended there my first two years in Aggieland), I’d need to charge a nominal license fee for their use, simply because other companies have paid the fee.

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      • Hey! That is totally great. Would you mind emailing me that info in case we decide to purchase the photo for our homepage?

        Thank you!

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        • Hello Andy! Just wanted to check in and see if you got my comment about the fee. Would you be up for emailing me the fee so I can ask the conference director if they are ok with that? Thanks!

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          • Hi Ashley, I’ll shoot you an email, thanks!

  4. Hi Andy, I work at Intelligent Engineering Services, LLP. We provided the civil engineering services for the renovation and we love your photos! Can you please email me the fee information for commercial use? Thanks so much! Looking forward to hearing back from you.

    enava@ie-services.com

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    • Hi Ethny! I’ll shoot you an email, thanks for reaching out!

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  5. Hi Andy, can you tell me how your dimensions are listed Height x Width or vice versa? Thanks

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    • It should be height by width, 30 inches tall and 60 inches wide, for example.

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  6. Hello Andy,

    Like many others, I would also be interested in utilizing this image for our business. Would you be able to send over the fee information for commercial usage?

    Thanks

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  7. I did see that you had stated that you would charge a fee to use this photo. I am looking to use it for a webpage to some open source scheduling software for students (as I am a student myself) and wanted to know how much this might be? If you could shoot me an email that would be great!

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