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Old 06-14-2015   #1
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Was bored so thought I'd try to shoot one image of my new watch. Looked okay and thought I had it figured out, until I looked afterwards. Need to work on the details. Fingerprints. Ugg. And more. So, back to the drawing board....

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The red highlights on the left side, while adding interest, might limit its use in certain commercial applications.
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It's amazing what you can see when you're shooting at such close distances. Everything has to be spotless in these situations.
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The red highlights on the left side, while adding interest, might limit its use in certain commercial applications.
Yup, that too.

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It's amazing what you can see when you're shooting at such close distances. Everything has to be spotless in these situations.
Got that right. Wasn't going to post it, but figured, eh, if I do it might help me to want to do it again and do it better, and might help at least one other know that posting stuff that you know isn't great to get another opinion is perfectly acceptable and educational. Because I didn't really have an issue with the red stuff mentioned above (which is actually orange in real life).
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I can see where a little spiffing up might help but great depth of field.


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