Despite the fact that I know nothing about photography, I find myself in a situation where I have to take some very clear shots of my vintage watch for an Omega Forums sales post. I don't have a dedicated, digital camera but I do have access to a couple of phone/cameras. A Samsung and an iphone. Most of the pictures I've taken, and posted on this forum, have been taken in artificial domestic light or just out in the sun light. That's OK for everyday shots, but for a sales post I need to show the detail of the case as it really is and also I need to try to demonstrate how different the brown dial appears depending on the light. I had a chat with a friend of mine (who is a photographer) he just said " for you, without training, it's going to come down to trial and error" He gave me a portable light box and said "see how you get on!" This is what I have. I am aware that we have one or two members (such as @ICONO) who are experts in this field. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thankyou. Jonathan.