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Does anyone know where I can find some 4k pictures from inside Lucas Oil Stadium taken from the suites? During a game or empty. There is a company close to me that will blow up pictures to wall size, but they need 4k pics. I want to make one of the walls in my man cave so it looks like I'm in a suite overlooking the field. Preferably from the 45-50-45 yard line. Any help would be appreciated.

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You might reach out to one of the front office folks involved in video or content and production. They are all listed here. Their email addresses appear to be firstname.lastname@colts.nfl.net

 

You might also send a private message to @AWalkerColts to see if he has any thoughts. Good luck!

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this pic is actually higher than 4k I believe

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ae/Lucas_Oil_Stadium_preseason_Colts_game.jpg

 

https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/94c7c3263aa8db17e1a3076e2c2fbe079680d607/c=0-148-4348-2605/local/-/media/2015/09/18/Indianapolis/B9318916127Z.1_20150918183344_000_G2QBVIM1U.1-0.jpg

 

LucasOilStadiumTheLuke.jpg

LucasOilStadiumTheLuke.jpg (4256×2832) (wikimedia.org)

 

Lucas_Oil_Stadium,_2013.jpg (4000×3000) (wikimedia.org)

 

recommend just going to MS Edge browser, search on Colts Lucas Oil, then go to images, select filters, and then pick your min pixels. 

 

4k is 3840 x 2160 

 

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