Here are some photos of my shiny new Patrimony in platinum with slate grey dial. Most are regular macro shots, 2 are are a little more artsy and the last two are done with focus stacking, using about 20 images each. Thanks to Dan's inspiration.
I used different techniques to take the photos: single focus withe camera and lens on a sliding rail which allowed fine movements back and forth to get different parts of the dial in focus; and a fixed lens position with changing the focus through the use of the focussing ring on the camera. Both metods worked well.
There are many different methods using a combination of Photoshop and Lightroom, Adobe Bridge and Camera Raw. I used Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop to handle them. (couldn't get the raw files into Lightroom for some reason.)
As you can see, the entire dial is in focus in the penultimate photo. Compare it with the 4th photo which is a single photo at f/8. Only part of the dial is in focus. And in the last one, the buckle and the reflection in it as well as the back of the watch are all in focus.
(BTW, if you're looking for the s/n on the case back, I used the healing tool in PS to blend out the last 3 digits.
A little tedious to do but once you get the hang of it and concentrate on taking the photos properly, it's pretty straightforward.
I love this watch! It is so elegant and beautiful. I personally prefer it to the WG/black dial which I owned, the RG/slate dial and even the Excellence Platine model. But that is a personal preference.