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Old Jun 6, 2010, 4:10 PM   #1
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Bored on this rainy Sunday so I took some more photos of another pocket watch of mine. Used the same setup as yesterdays photos. I think I got the white if the dial better this time. The other set seemed a bit red/pink. I may go back and fix it one day. I'm too PS'd out right now

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1908 Waltham Vanguard Model 1908 Up/Down Indicator

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12, 20 and 36mm Kenko tubes

20mm tube
f/22
13 sec
ISO 100


12, 20 and 36mm tubes
f/5
1.3 sec
ISO 100


12, 20 and 36mm tubes
f/5
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ISO 100


20mm tube
f/22
15 sec
ISO 100


12, 20 and 36mm tubes
f/8
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ISO 100


12, 20 and 36mm tubes
f/22
20 sec
ISO 100

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Old Aug 29, 2010, 4:32 PM   #2
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I reallllly like these,
To me 1 is just brilliant, Love the composition, sharpness and subject.
Great pics of the workings. Really enjoyed that.
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Old Aug 29, 2010, 6:47 PM   #3
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Thanks Mark!

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To me 1 is just brilliant, Love the composition, sharpness and subject.
Great pics of the workings. Really enjoyed that.
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Old Aug 29, 2010, 7:23 PM   #4
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Nice! I agree about that first one.
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Thanks bmullen!

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Nice! I agree about that first one.
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very classy pw and very classy shots.

i really like some of the detail shots, namely #2 and the last one. very nicely done.
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very classy pw and very classy shots.

i really like some of the detail shots, namely #2 and the last one. very nicely done.
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When you get in really close like that you should take more than one shot but using different focus. Then stack the photos and there is software like Helicon Focus which will put the pics together and produce a final shot that is all in focus. Its quite impressive.
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