My Watch

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  1. Dougie

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    This is a macro shot of my watch. Any pointers would be welcome :)
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    A neat effect for watches is to leave the shutter open for a few seconds. This lets the second hand show up a few times, and gives a sense of time.

    Also try using a different angle or a polarizer to get rid of the reflections.

    The DOF is good for my tastes
     
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    DOF too shallow, focus only on right side of bezel n part of your wrist, if your showing off a watch it needs focus throughout, your arm should be the item oof.
     
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    i know its the reflection.. but it looks like the glass is cracked :(
     
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    I like it. The reflection kills it a bit though.
     
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    The reflections are very distracting me.. the DOF is quite good. Try experimenting from different angles.
     

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