Just scanned through this forum. lots of fantastic photos, watches and otherwise.
I wa very impressed with some of the lume photos, one area that seems to illude me.
It would be really nice if some of the real photo experts here weighed in on a "How to" tutorial on taking good high quality lume shots.
Here for example is one I took last night, really not very good, even with the Canon 10D on a very sturdy Gitzo Tripod and using the self timer to eliminate shake.
Is it possible that by not shutting the quartz watch off by pulling out the crown, it created enough "mini vibrations" to appear fuzzy? Exposure time was around 6 seconds. ASA 200, self timer. with all the proper things done,i.e Tripod, self timer, solid floor, watch on sturdy table, the photo should have been sharper than this. Canera is a Canon 10D w Canon 28/135 3.5-5.6 zoom w/image stabilizer.