EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

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    EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    Hope you will like this, Nikon D200, AF Micro NIKKOR 60mm f 2.8 lens, ISO 200, f8, 7/10 sec:

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    Re: EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    Great looking watch. How about a nice shot of that Ebel movement.
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    Re: EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    Hey jjenk123... this is my first attempt at the back.

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    Re: EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    I love that watch. I tried it on at the Movado Outlet store over the holiday. Just a little big on me but boy is it a beauty. Would have been a great deal as well for a watch with an in-house movement.
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    Re: EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    Nice Work AZJack! You're getting better at this! That 60mm focal length seems to be the cats meow for watch work. I caught a deal on CL for a Sigma 105 macro, which I really like.
    For some of the experiments I've been doing, it seems that lens with f/16 works well on movement shots. I can usually get most of the mov't in the plane of focus. I've got more photos to do this week, I'll try to snap a shot of my setup to share with you all.
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    Re: EBEL 1911 BTR - Today's Photo

    Thanks, DragonDan. I appreciate your comment and look forward to your setup information. I'll try more photos by stopping down to f16 or better. Best regards.

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