Watch Junkers Zeppelin Transatlantic

Watch Junkers Zeppelin Transatlantic

I was recently given a watch for my birthday, a Junkers Zeppelin Transatlantic Chronograph. But before I was going to wear it, I had to take some shots from this beautiful watch. For this particular shot, the watch was fixed under a semitranslucent cone. The Camera was placed in a very shallow angle, so it catches just a glimpse of the watch face. The watch face itself has a very beautiful checkered pattern, with a wavy pattern surrounding the Chronograph Elements. To make them visible, the light should hit the watch face at a very shallow angle, so it produces enough shadows. The Glass of the watch was made visible by the same angle of light, just touching the glass on the edge, so it does not reflect all over the glass. Therefore this shot was taken with just one single light. The front of the watch was illuminated from the Reflection of the light on the cone. Don’t miss Pt.2 of Junkers Zeppelin Transatlantic Chronograph

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