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    Picture My G-Shock Class Photo

    A friend of mine needed some product photography for his portfolio. He asked me if he could use my Gs as subjects. I willingly obliged. During the shoot i realized my initial "Dark Collection" has gotten a little more color on them since the last time i shared with you guys. I'm beginning to get worried.

    A couple of prized frogs and historical pieces.. irresistible deals online.. a few customs.. a pimped freak just for fun.. some bought to match my sneakers.. a few beaters and such. And thanks to great WUS dudes here too for their generous sales and influences.

    Anyway.. Here's a group shot of my entire G-Shock collection in their best behavior on my custom pipe station... except for the clown who's always fooling around.

    I bet all you freaks can sound off each model faster than i can take to type each model down. Not sure if you can view my buddies page.. but detailed shots are up on his facebook album here http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...1&id=793384721. Apologies if its not viewable. I'll ask him to make it viewable to everyone ASAP.
    I Have some shots that i did too here http://www.facebook.com/album.php?id...794&aid=136983. Enjoi!



    note to self: flipping some is better than adding on another bar.

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    Re: My G-Shock Class Photo

    awesome

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    Wow trace,

    Very impressive. I like the Green G-6900GR and the DW-6900CB. I hope I can buy them in the future too.

    Cheers,

    Sjors
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    Re: My G-Shock Class Photo

    wow! great collection! ...that's a lot of batteries
    specto magis

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    Re: My G-Shock Class Photo

    I love it ! great combo of color and style !




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    Re: My G-Shock Class Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by TraseUno View Post


    note to self: flipping some is better than adding on another bar.
    Not another bar, make another stand instead.

    The more stands you make, the more ground you cover.

    The more ground you cover, the more interesting it gets.

    You got a great collection there, buddy, I wouldn't mess with it if I were you. I'd just pace myself for new purchases and leave all else as is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirWatch View Post
    Not another bar, make another stand instead.

    The more stands you make, the more ground you cover.

    The more ground you cover, the more interesting it gets.

    You got a great collection there, buddy, I wouldn't mess with it if I were you. I'd just pace myself for new purchases and leave all else as is.
    More stands = More ground = More interesting = MORE BROKE. LOL!

    Thanks for appreciating mate. I prefer to have a purpose for getting a particular model.. than buying them just for the sake of collecting. that way i feel they'll have a fair share of wrist time. But that idea of purpose is slowly getting out of hand. And now comes your advice. haha.
    But true it gets interesting in time. Interestingly ridiculous how i can take up almost forever trying to decide which one to put on for the day.
    I wonder how you cope Sjors.. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiggyseb View Post
    I love it ! great combo of color and style !
    Thanks Jiggy. I'm eyeing your Lime frog.. My 6900GR Kermit seems Lonely.. haha.

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    Re: My G-Shock Class Photo

    beautiful collection there, and a nice shot too
    It's hard getting the light right with so many watches and a metal stand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galpo View Post
    beautiful collection there, and a nice shot too
    It's hard getting the light right with so many watches and a metal stand.
    Thank you Galpo. Its actually a PVC plastic stand.. i painted it to look like metal.
    I only have a Panasonic Lumix LX3.. a PNS camera. i had to make a DIY flash diffuser to avoid glares. Think i took close to 20 shots before settling for an acceptable one.

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