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Creative Watch Photos

Post by farmfresh » August 25th 2015, 9:09am

Found this image and was wondering if anyone had any others?

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if the image needs credit (its not my own) it's from Bob's Watches instagram account.
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Re: Creative Watch Photos

Post by TemerityB » August 25th 2015, 11:19am

Paging smellody ... :wink:
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Post by tiktok » August 25th 2015, 12:10pm

A bloke I know from Singapore (he's Chinese/Singaporean and i bet his house is clean enough to eat off the floor) has an amazing photo blog site. He has been pressed into duty to take official shots for some of the Swiss hoity toits. I would post an example picture but he's an intellectual property attorney and I don't know what my rights are in posting his photos, so here's the link:

http://watchinghorology.com/
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Post by svaglic » August 25th 2015, 6:35pm

I have no ability, what so ever, to take creative photo's. I appreciate them when I see them, but I am so far away from being able to shoot them.
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Post by foghorn » August 25th 2015, 7:10pm

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Glycine Combat with some of my Dads WWII medals and his dogtag



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Hamilton Jazzmaster with a photo I took of Art Farmer (look him up)

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My pic of James Moody along with the Omega GMT



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An ancient one (just now noticed the name on the pencil!! This was way before he showed up!)



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Post by conjurer » August 25th 2015, 9:32pm

jaw wrote:I got nothin. Never got into using props.


Nor have I. I used veggies once, but never again. Once, in my cups, I photographed one of my Orient OS300's with a Pringle's can filled with fibreglas, as I'm too cheap to buy a Fleshlight, but luckily I was too jaked to hit the "Submit" button, and deleted the unsent post the next day.

Actually, it's probably best if all of you pretend you never saw this post. Carry on!
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Post by conjurer » August 25th 2015, 9:58pm

jaw wrote:A couple guys over at DWC are really good at it, pacifichrono (formerly of XMT) and Heuerville. We also had a new guy here a few months back with some skills - but we may have run him off.


In all honesty, and seriousness, pacifichrono (who used to be very active at BDWF) is a fucking Viking when it comes to vintage watches. He was the guy I reached out to about servicing my wife's granddad's Lord Elgin, and his advice was first rate.
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Post by jaw » August 25th 2015, 10:02pm

conjurer wrote:
jaw wrote:A couple guys over at DWC are really good at it, pacifichrono (formerly of XMT) and Heuerville. We also had a new guy here a few months back with some skills - but we may have run him off.


In all honesty, and seriousness, pacifichrono (who used to be very active at BDWF) is a fucking Viking when it comes to vintage watches. He was the guy I reached out to about servicing my wife's granddad's Lord Elgin, and his advice was first rate.


Yep he's good people.

Here's the guy I was talking about - good stuff. I think he just joined to PM me about my Pleamar.
http://watchlords.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=28683&p=298128#p298128

Might as well repost his stuff here, cause like I said - I got nothin.

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Re: Creative Watch Photos

Post by jaw » August 25th 2015, 11:27pm

artman wrote:Alright, who scared away mornabis?? Those are some badass watch photos!


I really think he was only here to ask about my Pleamar.
Just 3 posts and a couple PMs to me (don't know about anyone else).
Then poof.

Come to think of it, that's exactly what I did on a Spanish forum to get the Pleamar.
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Re: Creative Watch Photos

Post by svaglic » August 27th 2015, 9:41pm

artman wrote:Alright, who scared away mornabis?? Those are some badass watch photos!


Dude had one of the nicest welcome threads I have ever seen here.
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