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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by colemanitis, Apr 8, 2010.
Not an 'open six', but a rather different '3' on my Citizen Nighthawk I think . . . . .nice
I like the "3" and the picture too. :happy:
This is my introductory post. Just joined. I'm in the UK and have a modest collection of interesting watches acquired over the last 15 years. I'll be showing afew. Normally I use a Canon 5DII to record details each item, but I saw the challenge of using the my phone's camera and here's my offering. To be honest, the phone cameras are improving so fast that there's no reason not to use them for this task.
Hamilton pocket watch movement 975. Samsung galaxy S2. 8 megapixel. Macro mode. Reduced in size to meet forum rules. Don't be fooled, I haven't uploaded a scan of the cover of a book. The watch is definitely a separate item.
Welcome to TKF and thanks for the intro! Nice looking pocket watch movement! :thumbsup:
Welcome to TKF. There are several of us here with pocket watches too. I have my great grandfather's Elgin from around 1914.
A couple of close ups with iPhone3Gs
Playing with iPad as backlight.
Not a watch, but moody look after sunset on a stormy night from our balcony.
( can't seem to post it bigger)
..Still in shrink wrap when I tried it on in January! Coming next week to accompany my trusted GMT IIC! Resistance was Futile!
Absolutely STUNNING ! . . . congrats :thumbsup:
Thank you...indeed resistance is futile!!
Welcome to TKF! :cheers:
That's a lovely Hamilton pocket watch! :worship:
I'll keep my eyes peeled for more pictures of your watch collection! :thumbsup:
Stunning photography, looking forward to more photos, welcome to TKF.
Spurred on by stunning photos above I thought I would have a go with my iPhone 4S, these photos were cropped and rotated in Adobe Lightroom but nothing else was done to enhance them.
Congrats! I LOVE :love: that watch and keep trying to figure out where to come up with the money for one myself. :banghead:
Nicely done. That's hard to do sometimes even with a tripod and DSLR. :cheers:
Nice shot Dave! :rocker:
I have tried to get my shots as crisp as Chip when wearing them on the arm, nah, can't do it, always a bit blurred, can't quite compare when the watch is off my wrist either, but it is great fun practising. :thumbsup:
Nice GIEZ :thumbsup:
Thank you very much. :cheers:
Some of my Phone Watch Pics - (Samsung Galaxy Ace)
Not too bad!?