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    Quote Originally Posted by triton View Post
    excellent photography shots
    Quote Originally Posted by trd2970 View Post
    amazing shots!

    Thank you for the kind words dear sirs.
    Hope you have a wonderful lunar new year.


    Quote Originally Posted by wongcheok View Post
    Outstanding pictures. Have you managed to ID which watches are keepers?
    Thank you sir. Funny you should ask, it was a roller coaster ride.
    I am now left with 2 pieces (from over a dozen).
    I have kept the Pam 510 and the 15400. I may reacquire a SubC if this year is good to me ^^

    Here are more photos. Managed to snap some this afternoon.





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    The blue gunny strap on your pam 510 look very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwatches View Post
    The blue gunny strap on your pam 510 look very nice!
    Thank you bro.
    Here's a few more ^^






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    Love your photos bro. You've timed and framed perfectly.

    Don't mind may I ask more photos of Sub C and 15400 back side???

    Thanks.

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    lovely photos. thanks for sharing!
    I don't need another watch.

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    Nice shots!

    Wish I had the expertise and equipment to snap photos like those.

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    A useful video of how to take great pictures of watches. Goto diyphotography.net/shoot-perfect-watch-using-ipad.

    Enjoy.

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    absolutely stunning pictures there! May I know what do you use to edit the pictures?

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    Thanks for the kind words everyone!


    Quote Originally Posted by nyisoe View Post
    Love your photos bro. You've timed and framed perfectly.

    Don't mind may I ask more photos of Sub C and 15400 back side???

    Thanks.
    Hi bro, let me see if I can find time this week to do some shots



    Quote Originally Posted by ljust View Post
    absolutely stunning pictures there! May I know what do you use to edit the pictures?
    Thanks Man. I take photos when my watches stops moving, that way I can shoot at F11 and do a a longer exposure. Post processing I use Lightroom for White Balace and Photoshop for a little bit of tweaks here and there.

    Here is a behind the scene shot, yes, the reflections are all real, shot on top of my guitar face down =))


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    Beautiful photos and great collection!!

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