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Moving away slightly from the standard lense you could get yourself a wide or in this case fisheye for some rather unique and unusual shots.

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Thank you for taking time to write this.
I personally have an interest in this so I really do appreciate the effort.

Nice one.
 

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Very cool. I don't have a DSLR but I do have one of those all in one jobbies which has manual mode, so I should be able to manage something :)


I wish I had some tips on doing watch videos, using basic equipment (phones and mode on my camera)
 

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It is so important to have good natural day light for taking your watch pictures, to bright and there are too many reflections not enough light and its hard to capture the detail and take sharp pictures.
 

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I don’t have half the kit as in your write-up, but I will definitely be able to put to use quite a few of your points. I can’t wait to see the before and after pics having put into practice your tips this weekend.
Nice one !


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