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    My ......A D I D A S.......Watch

    Had some time tonight and started messing around with the camera. I took a picture of my daily watch. I use to wear fancy watches like omega and rolex but, now since I have been coaching soccer for so long this is my fancy daily watch.


    my watch by VIPGraphX, on Flickr
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    For me the picture looks a little too saturated and under exposed. Also the fact that the digital numbers are vertical make it uncomfortable to look at the watch, as I find myself starting to subconsciously tilt my head.
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    Joel thanks for the feedback.

    After looking at the image a bit more I thought a tighter crop might work better...I you know me I like the rich color of the wood but, I did one just for you!



    my_watch by VIPGraphX, on Flickr


    desaturated , a little gamma correction and exposure bump


    my_watch 2 by VIPGraphX, on Flickr
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    Crop is much better, imo! I would like version to of cropped with slightly more contrast, yet not as red as version one.
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    I actually like version #1 of the crop. the wood color looks more like well oiled and hand rubbed Mahogany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel_W View Post
    I actually like version #1 of the crop. the wood color looks more like well oiled and hand rubbed Mahogany.
    thats the same version of the original you said was to saturated...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vipgraphx View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Joel_W View Post
    I actually like version #1 of the crop. the wood color looks more like well oiled and hand rubbed Mahogany.
    thats the same version of the original you said was to saturated...
    Yes, but there is so much less table, that it doesn't detract from the overall image.
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    Oh I see.....ok cool then I like it better myself.
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