Here’s the full frame shot of that AP Royal Oak openworked that I shared a detail of earlier today.
15 image focus stack to get the entire movement in focus on this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak skeleton.
One more #macro shot from the #AudemarsPiguet Openworked Royal Oak reference 15305 to get my sets of 3 realigned on my profile view.
Third time lucky! Another angle on the #AudemarsPiguet Openworked Royal Oak reference 15305, currently available from @k2luxurywatches.
This shot took some setting up, I can tell you! I just liked the way the bracelet folded under gravity 🙂 15 image stack with the focal plane parallel to the watch face in order to get the full movement in focus.
A bit late for #macromonday, but finally the #AudemarsPiguet Openworked Royal Oak stopped ticking and I was able to move in closer and do a focus stack.
Here’s a detail from the #AudemarsPiguet Openworked Royal Oak. As you can see, the watch is running. I discoverered a little too late that the watch actually winds up when you screw down the crown, so you’ll have to wait a while for the proper #macromonday focus stack!
For #macromonday, here’s the Openworked Royal Oak reference 15305 in stainless steel from #AudemarsPiguet. Details to come!