My skills are ever improving when speaking of watch related photography. I guess when you start out with no skill any glimpse of hope is appropriately labeled as an improvement. Well, I always hear Dennis talk about macro (I know what it means) but assumed I was impervious to the need to hit the flower button. Any time I had ever done "Zoom" macro it came out really blurry when trying to focus with the screen. When I took the picture it came out quite clear!!!
Sadly, I know it isn't macro Monday but I hope you can still appreciate my new adventures with some old watches and a new toy. My new Merker safety razor and Art of Shaving shave set wanted to make an appearance with my only German watch. So all will be featured in the following pictures. I just wanted to express some excitement with new and higher quality pictures!
This is from my Breitling:
Here is my Illinois Beau Monde:
My hardest watch to photograph Maurice Lacroix Jours Retrogrades:
Finally an attractive shot of the Retrograde!!!
Beautifully done Eta movement!
My first Swiss watch Gevril GV2 Tonneau
My lovely Maurice Lacroix Peseux 7046 which I already had a nice picture of, but I think these ones are better:
Here is the aforementioned Nomos Glashutte - Club Datum Dunkel with my new German shave supplies:
My first good shot of this difficult to shoot dial!
That gorgeous in-house movement inside the Nomos!
I hope you guys enjoy!