WristWatch.Photography is another passion project that receives infrequent updates. The focus of WW.P is to showcase my journey and learnings as I experiment with lifestyle and product photography.
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- Learning Lifestyle Photography With the Timex WaterburyI have lost the bug that a photographer needs to really be interested in their craft. As much as I love watch and macro photography, I’ve hit a point where the results are fairly predictable. I’m not the best out there, but I’m good enough for what I’m doing with it, and so the incentive to really push myself hasn’t been strong. The lack of updates on WW.P is a good example of that diminished passion.… Read more »
- Who Doesn’t Love a Gold Watch?A gold watch is judged by an entirely different set of rules than that of other watches. A gold watch demonstrates success and achievement. Today, a gold watch is the embodiment of modern luxury and contemporary tastes. Take the Frederique Constant Classics Business Timer, an affordable golden timepiece that just reeks of style and sophistication. Most effective, as it so happens, when gilded. The Bulova 97A121 is another example of where gold elevates a timepiece. This one – a… Read more »
- Up Close & Personal With SeikoThe Seiko I’ve chosen for the featured image is the SSC509 Prospex Solar World Time, and after two weeks, it’s time for me to send it back to Certified Watch Store (I’ve had it on loan). As much as I’m going to miss the sound of the integrated alarm wailing for 20 seconds every night at 6:52 pm, I suppose all good things must come to an end. Besides, it’s someone else’s turn to “enjoy”… Read more »
- Brand Feature: Armand NicoletContents Intro Featured Watch History The Quartz Crisis Preserving Watchmaking The Next Generation The O.H.M Collection The Contemporary Collection What’s Next? Photo Gallery 1080p Ultrawide 1440p With thanks to my contact at Armand Nicolet, Bobak Sabzevari, who worked closely with me to make this article happen. I was introduced to Armand Nicolet in late 2013 and have followed them ever since. Founded in 1875, Armand Nicolet is perhaps not the first name you think of… Read more »
- Thursday Night Shoot With the Frederique Constant Slimline ClassicsIt’s Thursday night and I’m wrapping up my review, photoshoot, and video shoot (lol) for the Frederique Constant Slimline review that went live on WYCA on the 7th. I’ll be shipping the Slimline back to Certified Watch Store early next week- on to a new home soon, no doubt. Back in 2013, Justin from Gem by Carati loaned me a Tissot Le Locle to review. It was one of the first Swiss automatics I had… Read more »
- Macro Photography Monday w/ the Mileneal ClassicI recently reviewed the Mileneal Classic on WYCA and was quite impressed with it. The quality of the finishing on the case and hands is superior to many other rose gold watches I’ve reviewed, and considering its sub-$100 MSRP, the finishing quality is quite telling. The Mileneal is a well-made watch indeed. Something being made well shouldn’t be a differentiator. All brands should be made well. Why would you want to put your name on… Read more »
- Mechanical Movement Macro, Pt. IA mechanical movement is a prime candidate for macro photography. Because a watch is so thin, it’s easy to overlook how deep a watch movement really is. But, with a macro lens and some time to kill, you can showcase the depth of the modern mechanical movement. The first watch I ever got with an exposed caseback was a Lucien Piccard automatic. The next, which remains my favourite to this day, was the 2013 Hamilton… Read more »
- Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles SqueletteTissot’s gorgeous Chemin Des Tourelles Squelette is powered by a Swiss-made mechanical, the ETA 6497-1. Tissot has tastefully decorated the dial and movement with fine machining and excellent workmanship. It’s a stunning example of tasteful design that enjoys added excitement from its skeleton motif. Watch Specifications Movement: ETA ETA 6497-1 mechanical Power Reserve: 46 hours Diameter: 32mm Crystal: Sapphire Posts It’s Featured In How to Take a Great Photo of a Skeleton Watch Using a DSLR 1080P Photos Read more »
- Swatch Irony Body & SoulThe Swatch Irony “Body & Soul” YAS100G is an affordable Skeleton watch powered by an Automatic movement. A sister watch, called the “Uncle Charly” YAS112G, is available that utilizes the same movement and dimensions. I reviewed the Body & Soul on WYCA in August 2017. Watch Specifications Movement: ETA 2841 automatic Power Reserve: 48 hours Diameter: 38mm Crystal: Mineral Posts It’s Featured In How to Take a Great Photo of a Skeleton Watch Using a DSLR 1080P Photos Read more »
- How to Take a Great Photo of a Skeleton Watch Using a DSLRWhat’s HereIntroduction / Featured Watches What You’ll Need Materials and camera gear. Lighting My preferred lighting setup Using continuous lighting Tips Angles & Positioning The right angle can make an image. Bringing Depth Presenting Your Shot Dials & Angles Getting Creative Taking pictures of watches is easily one of my favourite hobbies. A mechanical watch can be beautiful, and with the right eye (and gear), you can capture some incredible images. In this… Read more »