6 hands VS. 2 hands

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by esm, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. esm

    esm

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    some say.... "less is more" :thinking:

    what do you think? :lol:

    the 000 has been getting most of the wrist time lately :rofl:

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    Fantastic pic, Eric! :goodpost:

    I've always found the Speedy dial quite minimalistic, but gotta agree that the 000 beats it. Great duo you have there! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
  3. esm

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    thanks Bo... both very handsome looking watches
  4. Goldbug

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    Great combo there Eric. If I had to pick, I'd go with the "less."


    John
  5. LarsB

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    :goodpost: Less,:yahoo: Less:blunt: Less :cabbagepatch::cheer::cabbagepatch:
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    I love both a whole lot, but if I had to pick just one... it would be the Speedy.
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    I like the pic a lot too.
  8. esm

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    thanks guys! they are both amazing watches. i would go without either.

    wish i had more time to play with the setting, the light reflections on both crystals is annoying me right now :dummy::dummy:
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    You won't be able to fix that via settings. The only way to get rid of those is to take the shot again and reposition the watches.
    Look along the lens before you take the shot to ensure nothing is reflected of it, or hold a white piece of paper above the watches to avoid the reflections.
  10. daveathall

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    I think that those watches complement each other perfectly.
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    Both are nice but gotta go w/ 6 hands.:thumbsup:
    dP
  12. esm

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    thanks Chip. I was refering to the setup of the shot ie. Position of the watches and light source egc!

    Great advices!
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    Ah okay. when you said settings, I was thinking camera or photoshop settings.

    On a different note, reflections are not that bad if they are the right kind of reflections.
    For example, yours is a light reflection that showcases the curvature of the dial. And that be good and almost desired (on a curved crystal). What you do not want is reflections of objects, people, etc.
  14. esm

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    :thumbsup:

    Thanks mate re reflection.
    Guess I was wanting to get rid of it all to get a cleaner look but yeah, def dont want reflection of people, camera etc....

    Thanks again!