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"How to photograph watches" - part three

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    #61
    I had to post this somewhere...having gone through the three tutorials and a couple of pointers from Jiro (Thanks), the difference between photos I was going to post and the ones I've now taken is just nuts. So, we've gone from this...


    To this...


    Quite an improvement I think. Thanks again.

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      #62
      So pleased this topic is here and currently active, this will give me something new to learn.

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        #63
        This will be handy in the future

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          #64
          This is awesome. Great pointers on White Balance!

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            #65
            Great tips - thanks

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              #66
              I was of the impression some members were paying for professional photographers to do the job. But the three threads on this subject were great and simple ideas can make anyone's images much better.

              thanks for posting and all new members should read these.

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