Dr. No (1962) - CS007
Very rare "behind the scenes" candid photo featuring Director Terence Young and Sean Connery on the set of DR. NO (1962). In this shot, they are both relaxing in Dr. No's underground volcanic set as Mr. Young discusses the next scene with Sean. In the background, you can see John Dennis (Sound Recordist) setting up a microphone. A "must have" for every James Bond 007 photo collector from the 1st James Bond movie that catapulted Mr. Connery to international stardom!
About Our Photographic Prints
When you purchase one of our amazing photographic prints you are acquiring a unique piece of art history from the world of cinema for your growing collection. Our exclusive images come from a variety of sources including meticulously restored and color corrected original studio transparencies, press slides, chromes, and original studio contact sheets.
Kiss Me Monster's Paper Choices
We offer three types of Kodak Professional Endura Premier photographic paper:
Kodak – "Matte" is Kodak’s most popular professional paper. It is a traditional E surface (matte) paper, has a luster finish and is excellent for realistic color saturation and color accuracy as well as neutral flesh tones. It has an archival life of 100 years in a typical home display environment and up to 200 years in dark storage.
Kodak – "Glossy" is Kodak’s F surface professional paper. It is an excellent paper for realistic color saturation and color accuracy as well as neutral flesh tones and has a neutral tonal range from white to black. It has an archival life of 100 years in a typical home display environment and up to 200 years in dark storage. Note: glossy paper is not available for 24X30-size prints.
Kodak – "Metallic" paper uses a proprietary combination of film laminate layers to produce a metallic or pearlescent look that give images a unique sense of depth and a glossy surface. It delivers rich, vibrant colors, flattering flesh tones and very deep blacks. Its special construction makes it more resistant to tearing and curling and provides a unique look in a variety of applications. It has an archival life of 100 years in a typical home display environment and 200 years in dark storage.