There I was, watching game four of the Stanley Cup playoffs and after the second period, I decided to take a macro of something laying about the house as it was just too painful watching my Canucks get pummeled. Sigh, there’s still three more games…
Anyway, about this image. My friend >>Sarah<< and I usually head out garage sailing (as we call it) in the summer, it’s amazing what you can find at garage sales and…for such little money! I picked this watch up for $0.25, I don’t even care if it doesn’t work or if it’s missing a hand, it’s just too darn cool looking! The image was taken on our dining room table, natural light and processed in CS5 using Silver Efex Pro 2. Enjoy…
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Cool photo, I like the details and the photo is really showing “time”…….
Thank you Schleefy, I actually had fun doing the PP.
I really, really like this shot! I think I’ve said this before: I really enjoy your work. It inspires me to keep developing my own skills with a camera. Thanks for sharing your work with the rest of us!
Wow, thank you so much for such a wonderful comment John! 😀
awesome in details, great work
Thank you very much Fabrizio.
Nice macro shot David. Texture has turned out real nice and nicely PP’d.
Thank you Sasi, I had a much more enjoyable time working on the image than I did watching the game! 😀
Let’s hope the Canucks rediscover the mojo and get back in the game!
Right there with ya Mike!
It has a very regal appeal. Beautiful old object
Thank you for the comment. I was really pleased to find this old, arm and glass missing piece!
Great shot, it has quite a timeless quality. Get it, timeless? 😉 I like the Garage Sailing idea, I may have to borrow that one this summer.
I thought about doing a little wordplay myself but creating the post at 5 something in the morning, yea…just didn’t happen! The only bad part about garage sailing is that Amy usually just shakes her head as she know more “junk” will be entering out household! 😀
Definitely a cool watch. The processing is perfect for it!
Thank you Bonnie, I am rather pleased how this turned out. 😀