A mechanical movement is a prime candidate for macro photography. Because a watch is so thin, it’s easy to overlook how deep a watch movement really is. But, with a macro lens and some time to kill, you can showcase the depth of the modern mechanical movement. The first watch I ever got with an exposed caseback was a Lucien Piccard automatic. The next, which remains my favourite to this day, was the 2013 Hamilton …
How to Take a Great Photo of a Skeleton Watch Using a DSLR
Taking pics of skeleton watches is easily one of my favourite pastimes. A mechanical watch is almost always a thing of beauty, and with the right eye (and gear), you can capture some incredible images.
In my first ever post on WristWatch.Photography I am stoked to showcase the excellent and beautiful Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles Squelette, which is perhaps one of the most entertaining watches I’ve come across to shoot.