Joshua Clare-Flagg is the Founder of Watch It All About. He's been ogling over watches since he was young, flicking through the pages of the Argos catalogue. If he's not writing or shooting watches, he's entertaining his children or walking his Springer Spaniel.
Over the years, I’ve reviewed hundreds of watches, and along with it took tens of thousands of pictures.
With every review I publish, I try to self reflect on my work and improve for the next one. But sometimes, every so often, there’s a shot that rises above the rest of utter mediocrity (I’m not a professional by any means). Like when you used to win a fiver in a pack of Walkers crisps (remember that?), or a toy in a box of Weetos cereal, these pictures are a pleasant surprise and want me to keep on shootin’ (or eating, for more toys and fivers).
I’ve had a good look through my media library and picked out no less than 15 shots that I’m particularly proud of. Whether it’s the composition, the lighting, the crispness (more Walkers?), or the backdrop; these tickle my eyeballs in a good way (not in a horrible Ace Venturer kind of way), and I hope they do yours too.
Let’s check them out!
Well, there you go – hope you enjoyed my look back over a few shots. Were you counting? I managed to sneak in a bonus watch, so you got 16 instead of the proposed 15. You’re welcome.
Please drop a comment below on which shot you feel is the best. Thanks for reading, see you next time!
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