A few from today...
Allo by the way, first post Only had my first 'real' watch two weeks ago. Also I am bit serious hobby photographer so may do more. First a unbox result shot
Some shots of my watches taken with my Samsung Galaxy smartphone
Taken with my phone....
Tudor Submariner Blue 79090 taken with Phone .
This beauty hasn't left my wrist in the week since I got it. Took my macro lens out and got some shots today with some window light. The black dial can show it gently brushed texture or look almost glossy depending on how the light hits it.
This is my first Master Chronometer. The accuracy of METAS is to be believed. Hasn't gotten 1 second off since I received it - still dead on.
Happy #SpeedyTuesday everyone!
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Love the photos. Watches are SO hard to photograph. Natural light, but not direct works best. I have some photos taken on literature books that have come out well. Let me see if I can find them.
A couple of recent ones (both watches and pictures)...
This watch cannot take a bad pix!
Then there's this one... Gawd, I love a Tourbillion...
Father Time, what camera are you using for the above photos?
Below: Canon S95. A few years back. I miss my Steelfish.
Don't mind the smudge on the crystal of the PO... didn't realize it :O
1974 and still a beauty!
Im close to buying this fantastic watch. Any thoughts, presumably having had a few months now? Thanks.
Pic via my iPhone 6 from a few days ago...my most recent acquisition which is a c.1933 railroad grade 16s triple signed Elgin 23j B.W. Raymond 494 with wind indicator in a 10K GF Keystone J. Boss Streamline case...
One from earlier today. My one owner 53 year old Accutron 214.
So...you purchased that watch when you were 2?
My late father had a jewellery store, and carried Bulova watches. After the Accutron had been in the market for about two years, he decided to carry them. He bought two identical 214s, one for him and one for me, in 1964. He bought them for less than normal cost, and they both came engraved with our initials on the steel back so we couldn't sell them. I was 24 in 1964. You do the math. This one has a new (identical) dial, and is on its third circuit, and third index wheel. Looks an runs like new, but isn't worn very often.
Here some pics of a 145.012-67 (that I ve just sold)
My underrated Nomos Tangente
1966 Bulova Astronaut 214HN hacking movement unpolished, unmolested, mounted on a JB Champion SS Bullet bracelet
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