Playing with macro. The setup: 50mm f/1.7 lens mounted on a reversing ring. That connected to a 2x doubler/extension tube combo & that whole mess mounted on the camera. First shot is actually a 30 second exposure. The watch is laying under a small table lamp (approximately 10 inches away) with a 60 watt bulb in it. First attempt was with the lamp off. I was trying to get just the glowing hands, but it just wasn't enough light. So, I did it a second time and flipped the light switch on for approximately 1 second during the 30 second exposure. That's how I got the second hand frozen on a long exposure. This shot is with the lamp on and is a 3 second exposure, hence the multiple second hands. I need to go back to the RAW file and darken this one up some I think. Both shots taken from about 5 inches away @ 45° angle from the watch face. Focus point was the word LTD. This was mostly a DOF exercise (f/16), but turned out kinda cool.