Picture of a Vintage Vacheron

 Picture of a Vintage Vacheron

First post!  No, I'm not looking for a ball cap ;-)  Just wanted to share a picture of a most thrilling Chronometre Royal in white gold.  I'd appreciate any tips on photographing watches too.  Cheers,

oohh Batman's watch!! Love the ref 6694 it is so avant garde even
11/29/2007 - 09:44

today!

As for photographt tips your photo is really good so don't know what tip to give you other than shoot photos under Raw format, they are easier to work with.

Welcome to the Lounge

PS: If you check the "Articles" section there is a recent article on the Chronometre Royal which may interest you.

Wellcome to HL!
11/29/2007 - 10:04

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Holy Mechanical Marvel, Batman!!!!
11/29/2007 - 14:39
Hey Tick-Talk, this is the nicest Chronometre Royal and Vintage VC I have ever seen!!! I ADORE the lugs, and I really love the simplicity of the dial - it is absolutely beautiful! Congratulations are in order... I can give you one tip in regards to photography: take MORE pictures!! :-)
love the case its round but the lugs make it look
11/29/2007 - 17:23

square!!

Welcome to HL. What's the backdrop in your photo?

Welcome to the Lounge,
11/29/2007 - 21:15

and I must say that you have a very nice Chronomètre Royal, which we don't really often see.

Maybe some other shots, and one from the mouvement?

Cheers

Re: Picture of a Vintage Vacheron
11/30/2007 - 02:05

Hi All:

The first picture was taken under halogen light on a bowl of glass fruit!  These pictures I took today under natural light, which gives a very different feel I think.  Its amazing how the delicate brushed finish on the lug tops and case sides unifies the design.  And white gold looks sooooo soft ;-)

Re: Re: Picture of a Vintage Vacheron
11/30/2007 - 02:07

the lugs are even more impressive from the back!! (nt)
11/30/2007 - 09:34

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Re: the lugs are even more impressive from the back!! (nt)
12/01/2007 - 06:05

Alex, thank-you for pointing me to the article on the history of Chronometre Royal.  Yes, the lugs curve downward and help the watch hug the wrist.  They give it a larger presence than what seemed typical of the times.

Can anyone tell me the winding characteristics of the 1072 movement...bi-directional?  I'd like to set it up properly on the winder.  Cheers.

as far as I know it is bi-directional but will need to check (nt)
12/01/2007 - 12:49

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veeerrry niice! Wear it in good health and welcome to this wonderful
11/30/2007 - 11:15

place :-)