Watches galore! (C & C welcome)

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by DwainDibley, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. DwainDibley

    DwainDibley TPF Noob!

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    Been a while since I posted here, had a 'lull' in my photography but now planning on doing a bit more. Here's some I took with my 300D and macro lenses - they're the cheaper, screw in type that go on the end of your average lens - I think these were taken using those macro lenses on the standard kit lens. Let me know what you think, and how I could improve:

    Close up of the lower part of my vintage Omega watch, complete with 'bald spot' on the dial:
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    Old Smith's pocketwatch, shame I just cut the bottom off the watch:

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    The movement:
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    Authentic old soviet 'Komandirskie' wristwatch (I really must work on my framing, I've cut a bit off this one too! :p )

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    Hi there - you're shots are good - in focus and tight. Perhaps just try and play around with angles etc. See what different sloped views you can get..sometimes the idea the watch is stretching away can be fun!

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    Cheers Confucious, I'll try experimenting with angles and perhaps depth of field next time!
     

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