I understand that not all WIS's have expensive photography equipment.
I understand that cell phones don't always take high res pictures.
I understand that lighting conditions affect exposure and colour.
What I don't understand are the following:
1) Poster states, "bezel has minor marks" and then takes close-ups of the back of the watch, buckle, strap, crown, but the pic of the watch face looks like the poster stood on a chair and laid the watch on the carpet. Come on, if you feel the need to mention a flaw, for heaven's sake include a picture of it.
2) Poster states watch is in "mint", "LNIB", "excellent condition", and then posts scanning electron microscope pics of the watch showing the steel's grain structure, along with enough damage to the case/bezel etc to make you think the watch was dragged for miles behind a car.
3) Poster mentions some flaws, then provides clear, sharp, in-focus pics of every part of the watch except the area with flaws, which is unaccountably blurred
4) Poster has seven pics of the box, papers, COSC certificate, original packing foam, but only one pic of the watch, usually in box with papers strewn wide, so that the dime-sized watch can be explained by trying to show the accessories in the pic.
5) Poster has detailed list of 8 items included in sale, but pics of only 7 items.
6) Poster has dealer pic of watch, not matching watch description lol
7) Poster has great lighting on all pics of watch except the side of the watch with a ding/scratch/desk diver marks, which was taken at midnight inside a closet
Ok, rant over, let's hear your pet peeves of Sales post pictures.