It’s also the most difficult watch I’ve ever photographed. I’ve worked with a number of watches with complex dial textures in the past (Seiko Direct Drive Moonphase, Seiko “Cocktail”), but this one takes the cake. It’s not that it’s extremely ornate, but that it’s so dynamic. The sunburst texturing is very subtle, but the effect is that the watch shifts from a uniform, nearly black Prussian blue into a slate, glaucous blue. It’s hard to describe and harder to capture in a photograph. This shot is probably the closest:
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