My humble timepieces.


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sydney1128

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I think it's awesome!!
Beautiful pictures u had taken!
Nice...
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flipfreak

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u left out some scratches in pic 4. :D

u almost blow out the bezel for pic 1. pic 3 is the coolest. really looks like the jap watch mag sia. hahaha.
 

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Nice pics and cool watches. Try to align the hands to 10:10 for a more pleasing look :)
Thanks. Previously tried to set to 10:10 for photo taking. But I slow la, when i get the shot I want, is like 10.20 or 10.30 liow. hahaha :bsmilie:... So I lazy to set nowadays.

good suggestion.

Nice work on the watches but the overlapping art work is a bit too much for me....
Thanks.. On second thoughts, ya the overlapping is abit messy. I'll need to study how others did it so nicely. hehe.
 

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u left out some scratches in pic 4. :D

u almost blow out the bezel for pic 1. pic 3 is the coolest. really looks like the jap watch mag sia. hahaha.
Thanks for pointing out the blown out on pic1.
Pic3 background is really a jap watch magazine which I bought the last time I went. haha.

One more try.

 

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Wipe those salty sea water off your submariner!
 

Sinker

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you are too modest, some great watches you have there.
mind sharing what camera/ lens and setting you used?
 

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you are too modest, some great watches you have there.
mind sharing what camera/ lens and setting you used?
haha. It really is some humble pieces if you look at what those guys in watch forums have in their collection.

Using Canon 50D with 24-70mm lens, with flash + continuous flourescent lighting.
Shutter speed about 1/80, F between 5.6-8, iso between 250-320. Handheld (lazy to use tripod) hehe.
 

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bro why you put your expensive rolax on kitchan towel in one of the photos? or am i mistaken?
 

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nice fine timepieces you have there! yup.. not the top-of-the-lines as you replied.. but still...... =)

i'm saving up thinking of getting a middle-end one (entry level jaeger le coultre or rolex? maurice lacriox? haha~) for impt functions.. but i figure i won't bear to part my moolah in the end.. *lol*

anyway.. photographically speaking.. watch the base that your watches are sitting on.. esp the ball&ross watch.. the base is cropped and looks very "off"..
 

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bro why you put your expensive rolax on kitchan towel in one of the photos? or am i mistaken?
It my white pillow case ;P , Didnt have a proper light tent, and too lazy to diy one.

Oh shrucks~ Now where is my Casio~:embrass:
Great shots. looks like those in their product catalogue...:bsmilie:
Thanks, but my shots no fight la. May look ok for screen size only. Those professional product catalogues ones, are good enough to blow up for advert on double decker buses one leh. Mine cannot. haha


nice fine timepieces you have there! yup.. not the top-of-the-lines as you replied.. but still...... =)

i'm saving up thinking of getting a middle-end one (entry level jaeger le coultre or rolex? maurice lacriox? haha~) for impt functions.. but i figure i won't bear to part my moolah in the end.. *lol*

anyway.. photographically speaking.. watch the base that your watches are sitting on.. esp the ball&ross watch.. the base is cropped and looks very "off"..
Thanks for pointing out. Hope you get your beloved timepiece soon. :)
 

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