Bill B. Wrote in reply to:Ardoise Wrote:Mr. Barker - very nice. I really think your second photo has some special glow about it. It captures the richness, and lister of the case and dial features. What a treat. Great photography!Richard, the second shot is my favorite as well. I didn't see it in the camera. I only saw the effects when I downloaded it to my computer. I will take luck over skill anytime.
Ardoise Wrote:Mr. Barker - very nice. I really think your second photo has some special glow about it. It captures the richness, and lister of the case and dial features. What a treat. Great photography!
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8541 Wrote:Bill, absolutely astounded yet again by these lovely photos. So, a question. Your basement - does it by some clever architecture feature whereby you have natural light streaming in? Otherwise, it's clear that you have a great lighting setup! That is an unbelievable effect on the 2nd moon shot - and it makes that great watch even more irresistible.Thanks for sharing - we love our Tuesday Cellar visits, but more and more we all love it when you dive into that Basement of yours.Best regardsMark
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KevinJ Wrote:Bill,Excellent shots, thanks for sharing.KevinWonder how the blue dial would look? LOL
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