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    1. Gat◉studio 20 months ago | reply

      Love your pics!!!!

    2. peckhamryecrow 20 months ago | reply

      Intriguing caption ;-)

    3. awirth 20 months ago | reply

      wow - very well done shot of an indeed very difficult object - no reflections on the glass, beautiful highlioght son the metal - perfect - ready for print !

    4. mingthein 20 months ago | reply

      Thanks. I think it's a sync bug that produced a weird file name.

    5. mingthein 20 months ago | reply

      Well, I *do* shoot watches for a living.

    6. mingthein 20 months ago | reply

      150g sounds about right. The reduced isn't bad but think it's a bit small, and the subdial proportions look off. I wish they made this one in the original 42mm case; I bought it more for the movement than anything.

    7. mingthein 20 months ago | reply

      I should add that if you like light watches, you should check out a second hand Girard-Perregaux F1-047 - that's aluminium, and weighs nearly nothing. The watch head is about the same weight as the padded calf strap I've got it on.

    8. adam.derocco 20 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!

    9. f/1point0 20 months ago | reply

      Nice! So do you think the D800E can replace an MF digital back?

    10. Giovanni Gori 20 months ago | reply

      This is a statement to the beauty. Greatly done

    11. mike_dooley 20 months ago | reply

      gorgeous work as always, sharp as a tack and the lighting is gorgeous!

    12. Kaïs 20 months ago | reply

      Lovely watch. The Speedmaster is a must have.
      Absolutely gorgeous in black.

    13. rikvandenhende 20 months ago | reply

      stunning shot and details

    14. mingthein 20 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody!
      @f/1point0: Yes and no; you run into diffraction much sooner, and the look is just different because of the sensor size.

    15. ramsesoriginal 15 months ago | reply

      Wow. This is stunning! Both the watch (the Omega Speedmaster is one of my favorite collections) and the shot (one of the best watch photographs I've seen. At least in my opinion).

      Really, congratulations!
      Seen on blog.mingthein.com ( ?² )

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