Aston Martin DB2 photography I

Aston Martin DB2 Photo 

Limited & Numbered Photography

Numbered edition available under Acrylic glass or on 250gr/m2 photo Paper

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Car: Aston Martin DB2

Numbered edition available under glass Acrylic or Kodak Pro Endura Photo Paper 250gr / m2

Format of the editions under acrylic glass : 30x45cm , 40x60cm, 60x90cm

Size of prints on Photo paper : 20x30cm , 30x40cm, 40x60cm, 50x70cm, 60x90cm

Amaury Dubois was born in 1980, he lives and works in the North of France. He took part of many exhibitions.

Real Car lover, Amaury Dubois matches this two passions for the contomporary art and the famous cars by photographing iconic cars from the univers of the international automobiles. Every single details are important.

Therefore, his work is interested by the bodyworks of the Aston Martin DB2.

You can also find the other automobiles photographies on the artist’s website.

A question, a purchase, or another request on the automotive photos?

Do not hesitate to contact Art-Photo-Car

Note: Frame is not included

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Photo under acrylic glass

Limited Edition & Numbered

The print under Plexiglas acrylic glass gives a very nice impression of depth to the photographs. The print was obtained via an Epson SC-20000 plotter, the photo is then glued to a 5mm acrylic plate and a 3mm dibond.

In order to offer easy attachment of the car photography, an aluminum frame is fixed to the back the photo.

Photography on photo paper

Kodak Pro Endura Photo Paper (250 gr / m²)

The photo paper used is Kodak Pro Endura (250 g/m²), one of the best photo paper manufactured, renowned for its stability and remarkable contrast of colors and luminous highlights. It is designed to withstand optimal conditions up to 100 years in archive. 

Plus, Océ Laser LightJet printing also gives the photo extreme precision, which is reflected in both colors and contours. This ultra-modern technique makes it possible to obtain a very fine impression of the halftones without any apparent frame. That way, the colors of the photos seem all the more natural.