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1815 chrono macros

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 12th, 2020-17:53
I call these “fun with depth of field”:
















Outstanding macros, this is a Jocke- (or Mike H-) level job!! :-) Thanks for sharing. [nt]

 
 By: FabR : February 12th, 2020-18:11
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I am honored; thanks! [nt]

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:11
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Magnificent shots, you do this movement justice! [nt]

 
 By: jleno : February 12th, 2020-18:11
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Thank you sir! [nt]

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:12
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woah! I am picking up 1815 chrono this month and can't wait to have my own little "town" on my wrist! cool photos!!

 
 By: woodman : February 12th, 2020-20:41
How on earth do purists take these kinds of photos?!?! (incl. yourself :P)

It’s not that hard, actually ...

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:15
All you need is a DSLR and a good macro lens, which combined cost much less than the watch.

Fantastic photos [nt]

 
 By: russell996 : February 12th, 2020-22:40
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Thanks! [nt]

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:15
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Outstanding macros. Isn't the chrono second hand a bit darker at its edge? [nt]

 
 By: amanico : February 12th, 2020-22:41
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I see what you mean...

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:19
I suspect that’s the product of (1) the slight curvature of the hand (resulting in a different reflection from elsewhere in the room), (2) the extremely shallow depth of field, placing the edge out of focus, (3) some artifact in the software, or all three.

Very nice

 
 By: Jaccard : February 12th, 2020-22:45
Your last shot is wonderful. Some things are meant to be seen only when one really looks.

Yep, and the mark of a great watch...

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:19
is that it rewards those of us who really look.

I love pic#2

 
 By: ik2000 : February 13th, 2020-00:19
Even with a good lens, I didn't think it was possible to see that much gap between the dial and the hand. And captured with its shadow too!

But Lange does make your photography easier : )

Agreed...

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:21
almost anyone can take a great photo of a Lange.🙂

Enough depth to remind one of a diving board [nt]

 
 By: Uncle Chico : February 13th, 2020-07:40
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Nice

 
 By: Jurry : February 13th, 2020-00:30

How do you play around with more or les depth?

Thanks! It’s just a question of...

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:23
opening or closing the aperture. These were taken with the aperture wide open, at f/2.8.

I’m learning thanks [nt]

 
 By: Jurry : February 13th, 2020-05:10
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Beautiful photographs.

 
 By: VMM : February 13th, 2020-01:58
Thanks for sharing. 


Vte 

My pleasure! [nt]

 
 By: Chromatic Fugue : February 13th, 2020-04:23
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I thought I have seen my fair share of 1815 macros, but these are just WOW!

 
 By: Rhyzen : February 15th, 2020-01:39
Keep them coming please!

Thanx for sharing!

 
 By: serg70 : March 21st, 2020-04:48
These small details make from Lange movement real piece of art!
WBR
Serge

Oy. Lange finishing

 
 By: stabilizer : March 21st, 2020-13:54
Just stops my heart