I am just wondering if you have finally purchased your grail watch. Or maybe you have a perfect replica Rolex in your collection that you’ve always been in great love. What better way to show off your Rolex than to take some really great photos? No matter if you’re shooting with thousands of dollars of professional photography equipment, we collected some tips on how to take the best photos possible of your gorgeous replica watch.
Generally speaking, watches are often made up of shiny components, such as polished metals and crystals, so it’s essential to keep reflections in mind. Taking your photos away from direct sunlight prevents washy and distracting reflections in the crystal.
If you’re taking a picture of your watch with your phone, the camera can sometimes focus on the object behind the watch if it is too close so be sure you get the focus on the fake watch. This can also occur when the camera is concentrating on the date rather than the dial of the rolex replica watch. When the camera focuses on the date, it blurs the rest of the watch.
On the other hand, if it’s too dark, it may lead to blurry or grainy images. Finding the right balance between natural sunlight and shade is crucial important. You can also add some drama to your photos by taking advantage of interesting light, such as a single small window in a room, the glow of a neon light, or a flashlight pointed at an angle towards your watch.
A good tip is to photograph your watch inside your car. The combination of surrounding windows and the roof overhead creates a lot of indirect light; the best environment for photographing watches.
The dial is the first thing anyone sees when they look at a Rolex watch, so it’s important to highlight it as much as possible. Setting the hands at 10:10 keeps the wording on the dial unobstructed and frames the logo nicely. Taking your photo at an angle also helps to accentuate specific characteristics of the watch. Don’t just shoot your timepiece straight-on, you can also focus on cool aspects such as the crown, bracelet, or lugs. If you have a particular watch like the Rolex Submariner ref 6200 pictures of the crown would make for a perfect picture.
Shoot for the style of the watch by photographing it next to something that’s relevant to the watch’s purpose. If you’re shooting a Daytona, try photographing it on the engine of your roadster or on the fine leather of the bucket seats. If you dive, surround your Submariner with your dive gear. A dress watch might look nice next to the morning newspaper or your favorite cufflinks. Shooting your omega replica on an interesting surface or texture can also help to showcase each watch’s specific features.
Most importantly just experiment. Taking a good picture of a watch can take some time, but if you think of our tips, you’ll be well on your way to capturing an excellent photo and you can create an album.
There are a large number of good arguments about pure aesthetics, legibility, and quality of design, but having the date easily accessible on your wrist is a very practical thing, even in the age of the smartphone. The key is executing the complication right, and luckily there are some brands doing just that. Here are several replica watches with date windows of various kinds that you should give a different look and impression.
Yes, I know that the vintage replica Audemars Piguet is not so cheap in price, and I know that I only choose expensive watches for these round-ups, and yes I know it is pretentious and annoying. BUT I can’t help that I think AP makes a good replica watch with a good date window. While most enthusiasts hate on the date window, I relish in them. Why wouldn’t I? Sometimes I need to know the date and I would love to read it on my wrist. The key to their success in creating a good date display is discretion.
The amazing replica Bell & Ross does an excellent job with their date windows, which manage the difficult balance of providing legibility. the same compliment could be paid to many of Bell & Ross’s watches. The basic idea here is to make the date small, to have its typography and coloration match the other elements of the dial as much as possible, and to provide information without detracting from the design. The largely ETA-based output of the replica Bell & Ross may not offer much in terms of world-changing horology, but I do think that this brand, particularly with its round watches, does offer some of the finest watch design at its price point in modern watchmaking.
There are many different ways to do the date window, but they all seem to fall into one of three basic approaches. First, you can simply treat it as another piece of information the fake watch is intended to deliver, in which case you make it big enough to be legible, put it at 3:00 as custom dictates, and think no more about it. The second is to treat it as a necessary evil – in a new version of a much loved vintage model that had no date, your marketing department tells you the watch will sell better with a date, so you put it in but try to make it as unobtrusive as possible.
The third approach is to treat it as an essential part of the overall design of the watch, and to integrate it properly into the overall design. This is by far the rarest thing to see, and since the debut of the Lange 1 in 1994, the replica omega has consistently led the industry in terms of well-integrated date displays. While the new Saxonia Outsize Date doesn’t have the sheer dynamism of the Lange 1, it is, like the Lange 1, an object lesson in how well a date window can be incorporated into the overall dial composition, so that it successfully becomes part of a whole that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
As far as I am concerned, this replica watch strikes the perfect balance with its date window. The date neither interrupts the overall layout of the dial nor does it look like the designer tried to hide it somewhere to appeal to everyone at once.
In the minds of many fans and collectors, Rolex and James Bond are intimately “bonded” together the two actually had a sophisticated relationship. Over the years it was reported that the replica Rolex refused to ever sponsor the films or provide watches for the actors — often leaving them to be sourced by a third party, or even the crew. While the fake Rolex might have made a huge commission off of brand recognition over the years, they didn’t actually market themselves as the ‘Bond watch’ once.
It was 1995 and Pierce Brosnan was chosen to play 007 in GoldenEye. By this time, Hollywood was capitalizing on product placement and the amazing replica Omega saw their opportunity to secure their brand alongside the coveted Bond brand of sophistication.
It’s not like Omega wasn’t already seen as a great watch, they just weren’t seen as the Bond watch. Either way, the marketing strategy further cemented their brand identity and bolstered their connections to the British Royal Navy — which in real life, had partnered with the brand often.
Fast forward to 2006 and we have a new man playing Bond once again, this time, Daniel Craig. Along with the new actor came a makeover for the Bond brand — a bit edgier, but still along the lines of styled and refined. The brand reportedly decided to continue with the Omega replica partnership because while top-end, sharp and luxurious, it didn’t come with the same high-brow as Rolex and seemed to be a better fit for their new leading role.
Now, let’s take a look at the specifications. The Omega Seamaster 300m chronometer is one of the brand’s best thanks to its ties to the secret agent — but this chronometer watch bolsters a great reputation on its own owing to a handful of key features.
The Planet Ocean is smaller than what we’re used to seeing on Bond’s wrist with a smaller 42mm case. But, the look is fitting for the refined Bond going for a more understated, but still classic, look. The amazing replica watch featured in the film has specs like: a black dial, steel bracelet, Seamaster written in a stunning orange as well as a second hand with an orange tip, alongside 600 meter water resistant case, a screw-in crown, see-through case back, unidirectional rotating bezel and helium escape valve.
That movie prompted the fake Omega to launch a limited edition Skyfall Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m due to booming popularity. The watch also celebrated Omega’s seventh appearance in the Bond films. What sets it apart from the original? While we can’t guarantee you’ll be as cool Bond once you put one of these beauties on, but we can assure you’ll look just as good.
Rolex GMT-Master occupies the major position among all the famous brands. The model that pioneered the concept of a dual time zone watch, it did for long haul travelers in the fifties what the fake rolex Submariner did for underwater explorers.
Developed in conjunction with Pan Am to help their crews with the novel phenomenon of jetlag as the new transatlantic routes opened up, the complex looking arrangement was actually simplicity itself.
With the addition of a second hour hand, geared to run at half the speed of the main hand, coupled with an engraved rotatable bezel taken straight from the Turn-O-Graph released a year before, the replica Rolex created a watch that could keep track of the time in two places at once.
In a stylistic flourish that would become the GMT’s signature and major selling point, the surround was painted in contrasting colors to simulate night and day—the one that started it all, was released in red and blue, quickly nicknamed the Pepsi.
Where the Air-King has always been the utilitarian tool watch, presented in a choice of steel or nothing, the GMT-Master has been cast in a range of precious metal finery over the years. Forged in every flavor of gold, along with Rolex’s own Rolesor half and half, it has also been issued with a series of one and two-tone bezels to appeal to the widest possible audience.
Whether you are tempted by the classic GMT-Master or a brand new GMT-Master II, it remains an out-and-out emblem for omega replica; an instantly discernible masterpiece that just happens to be one of the most everyday useful and capable aviation replica watches ever made.
The latest all new addition to the stable and one that has split opinion since its release, the Sky-Dweller continues Rolex’s recent venture into the world of ultra complications that started with the Yacht-Master II.
By far the most popular of the three aviation-inspired models, the fake Rolex Sky-Dweller is a vastly different take on the concept of a dual time zone watch than the GMT-Master. Where that piece goes the clean, simple route, this newest example is unashamedly involved, presenting not only a GMT function but also an annual calendar.
The element that many have found especially divisive is the GMT disc itself, an unorthodox off-center sub dial that decapitates the lower hour markers.
Marked with a 24-hour track, it is the part that remains set to home time while on your travels, with the red inverse triangle above it pointing out the correct hour. As far as readability goes, it outshines the GMT-Master’s second hour hand, but visually it takes some getting used to.
The key to controlling all this progressive technology is an updated version of the brand’s patented Ring Command Bezel that we first saw, again, on the Yacht-Master II. But where the one on the skipper’s watch was essentially an on/off switch, the Sky-Dweller’s surround is even more complex and allows for all the different functions to be adjusted using only the crown.
Each quarter turn of the bezel unlocks a different operation. The first position is for changing the date. Another turn lets you set the local time and finally, the last setting synchs all of the functions to allow the reference time in the sub dial to be fixed. It means there is no need for any additional buttons to ruin the profile of the 42mm case, underlining its position as a dress watch for luxury travelers; a Day-Date with a GMT function.