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Watches, watches and more watches.

 
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Jun 07, 2010 15:07 |  #31

As a avid photographer and WIS, I'm always on the watch forums (http://www.rolexforum​s.com; http://www.paneristi.c​om; http://www.timezone.co​m (external link)). I have collected timepieces for several years and very much enjoy viewing the photos of all watches. I commend you on your work. As good or better than most I have seen. I've found capturing quality images of my watches to be one of my biggest challenges. Well done.


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Jun 07, 2010 15:25 |  #32

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Amazing stuff... Could you explain further why you're putting your softboxes farther away from the subjects. Is it because of reflections?

And are you getting paid for any of this stuff? Or just port work? ;)

I'm not actually using any softboxes. They are just too big. I am using some pieces of semi-transparent plastic sheets I have laying around, foam-core and small white pieces of white cardboard as reflectors.

As for pay: non yet. Just port-fodder. :D


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Jun 07, 2010 15:27 |  #33

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As a avid photographer and WIS, I'm always on the watch forums (http://www.rolexforum​s.com; http://www.paneristi.c​om; http://www.timezone.co​m (external link)). I have collected timepieces for several years and very much enjoy viewing the photos of all watches. I commend you on your work. As good or better than most I have seen. I've found capturing quality images of my watches to be one of my biggest challenges. Well done.

Glad to see another watch geek here. As a matter of fact, that is where I hang out: http://watchgeeks.net (external link)

You are correct: shooting watches can be rather difficult, to say the least. People are SO much easier. :D


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Jul 18, 2010 17:07 as a reply to  @ Beau Hudspeth's post |  #34

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Aug 07, 2010 01:57 |  #35

wow great shots, and nice collection! The one shot I didn't see which I would like to is a straight on shot without any tilting of the camera/watch.

Thanks for sharing!!


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Aug 07, 2010 03:55 |  #36

10 past 10 is the secret for a balanced shot.
Nice work!


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Aug 07, 2010 05:32 |  #37

tehshocker wrote in post #10676835 (external link)
wow great shots, and nice collection! The one shot I didn't see which I would like to is a straight on shot without any tilting of the camera/watch.

Thanks for sharing!!

I have some straight on shots but did not post them in this set. Check my Flickr area. :)

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10 past 10 is the secret for a balanced shot.
Nice work!

That is a fact.


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Nov 30, 2016 06:18 |  #38

This might be an old thread but just to share the feedback from the Timex Ironman One GPS+ Watch (external link) that I recently bought.

Specifications are:

Insta-fix GPS provides fast and accurate distance and pace
Built-in MP3 player can connect tunes to your wireless Bluetooth headset (not included)
Always-on, touchscreen Qualcomm Mirasol display provides brilliant resolution inside or out
50-meter water resistance, so you can splash and swim worry-free - GPS reception and cellular services not available with watch in water

Great watch that does exactly what is was designed to do: be a phenomenal running GPS watch. Crisp screen, great graphics, intuitive menus, and tracking features that don't require lugging around a phone for your run.




  
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Dec 02, 2016 20:50 |  #39

Nice shots!

I have several Invictas and none have had an issue.


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Dec 07, 2016 19:13 |  #40

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Jul 28, 2019 02:30 |  #42

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Jul 28, 2019 18:13 |  #43

Cheap Watch, but keeps great time.

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Jul 30, 2019 01:02 |  #44

Some of my timepieces...


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