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Should have noticed the reflection of a window grille, that should have been eliminated.
 

wranger

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The pics are nice but look out for the reflection.
 

jdredd

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marine master is sweet. you have excellent taste in dive watches.

try a CP filter next time can help cut down the reflection.
 

zzyzx

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just a suggestion.. probably stop the watch at 10:10 o'clock position?
 

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marine master is sweet. you have excellent taste in dive watches.

try a CP filter next time can help cut down the reflection.
Could have just used a window w/o grille mah... ;)
Suggestion; to have it against a mirror.

just a suggestion.. probably stop the watch at 10:10 o'clock position?
OT; but why ar, most watches ads are at 10:10? hehe...
 

flipfreak

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Could have just used a window w/o grille mah... ;)
Suggestion; to have it against a mirror.



OT; but why ar, most watches ads are at 10:10? hehe...
10 10 is the standard hands position for watches ad. but can change if it blocks the brand name or certain unique design.
 

sjackal

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Reflection problem you need to solve. ;)

Continue shooting.

Nice MM.

Wish I had one.

:thumbsup:
 

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Nice watch u have there! Someone told before that watch time at 10:10 because it meant 十全十美 in chinese, correct me if i'm wrong. Most watch ads is taken with the glass removed, if i'm not wrong. Alternatively, u can use a polarized filter.
 

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Thanks for all your kind comments, the reflection is purposely left on to give a more 3-D perspective with reference to the dial, so as the hands and markers will stand out. Noticed the shots you will still be able to see clearly the dial markings and wordings. Probably will try another perspective next time.
 

sjackal

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Thanks for all your kind comments, the reflection is purposely left on to give a more 3-D perspective with reference to the dial, so as the hands and markers will stand out. Noticed the shots you will still be able to see clearly the dial markings and wordings. Probably will try another perspective next time.
It can work for the watch enthusiasts but not enough for the photography enthusiasts here. Thats why they objected to the reflections.

I can see where your coming from, I do that to most of my watch photos all the time, but the glare must be added selectively and must be subtle and controlled. Put it at the side instead of letting it splatter all over.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3022/2922364553_0de98eec4f_o.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3172/2922365345_cd3f8ab33a_o.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3127/2922378271_123e87cba9_o.jpg
 

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