Photos in these sections are supporting my main web site selling watches, as such they are intended to show a fair representation of what the watch looks like and so have not been retouched or optimised for printing. Photoshop has been used to adjust exposure, to remove colour casts and for cropping but not to otherwise manipulate the images.
As images prior to June 2016 have been stored at around 1 Mega Pixel resolution and tightly framed they will generally not be suitable for printing in all formats or in larger sizes. Optimisation of the exposure has been biased towards showing detail on the watch which in many cases has resulted in the white background looking grey or blue / grey to avoid “washing out” detail on the watch.
From the end of May 2016 I increased the image size of new photos from the previous 1024 pixels per side and will not frame as closely to give more flexibility in cropping for different print formats and to support larger prints.
However due to the number of pictures they have not been proof printed, either by me or by Photobox so the service is used at the buyers risk.
I still have photos at 1 Megapixel for almost a thousand watches that I have sold over the last few years and most can be upload if requested by the purchaser of the watch.
E591. LWC 7J c1907.
E706. J.W. Benson Ludgate 13J half hunter, 1891.
E710 Rotherham 19J 1899
E713 LWC for Yeomans for Tustain, 7J, 1896
E719 LWC for Murray Hunter 1902
E720 Rotherham for Wright & Craighead, 19J, c 1903