Watches are so big on the internet.
The following image was taken with a 43mm lens (micro four thirds). This is how the majority of watch photos are taken. The watch appears to be larger, due to forced perspective. The lens is close to the subject, and the difference between the distance from the lens to the watch and from the lens to the wrist is proportionally very large.
This next image was taken at roughly the same time (you can see it took me three minutes to change lenses and reframe), but with a 200mm lens. This was not an easy shot, but is more like how the watch appears in real life. With the lens much further away, the difference of the two distances is a much smaller proportion. It's subtle, but interesting.
That's my new Sinn 103 Ti TESTAF, btw.
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