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Watch: Longines Grand Prix, sterling siver case pocket watch, from 1881. Bowie kinfe and antique lever action from 1898.

Watch: Longines Grand Prix, sterling siver case pocket watch, from 1881. Bowie kinfe and antique lever action from 1898.
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Owlphoto
 
Owlphoto January 07, 2015
Crocodile Dundee famous quote ''That ain't a knife, this is a knife'' as he pulls out his Bowie.
john_arsenault
 
john_arsenault February 03, 2016
i really like the photo as the composition is well thought out and the image technically well executed, but the truth of the matter is i wish i could go live when these items were new. Great job regardless of my wishes.

Behind The Lens

Location
In the field, under a tree, away from direct sunligth...
Time
About 10:30 AM
Lighting
I had to reflect a white piece of paper on the knife's blade, to make it clearer.
Equipment
Camera NIKON Coolpix L-830 and a China made tripod (cheap)...
Inspiration
Of course the watch... And a little "taste" of the cowboys life, and "tools of the trade".
Editing
Yes, contrast, ligthning, sharpening... Can't remember more...
In my camera bag
Batteries, memory cards, a camera and something strong to drink (to get "inspired" Ha, ha, ha!!!...)
Feedback
Check the gun first... Have to be unloaded. And if it's not your gun: Don't get in trouble with the owner... Never use a direct sunlight, because it creates strong reflections on the metal surfaces and "burns" the photo.

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