Contre-jour 2011

Contre-jour (French for "against daylight") is a photographic technique in which the camera is pointing directly toward a source of light.1src.: Wikipedia

Spitzbergen is an archipelago situated a mere 1000km south of the North Pole. In July, a cloudless day renders 24 hours of contre-jour, as the never setting Sun seems to circle the beholder.

But again, it is the other way around.11 – See The Earth turns without me

We take a lot of fake rolex watch photos here at UKFashionWatches, and we see a lot of replica watches pictures as well. Some are great, some are perfect, and some are bad. However, many bad ones aren’t bad because the people who took them can’t tell good from bad – they’re terrible because a few basics are being ignored, often by folks who are distracted, or in a rush, or just haven’t taken the time to think about those replica watches. As a person who’s taken his own fair share of replica watch pictures over the decades, here are a few things to think about making sure you don’t do when you snap a picture of your favorite timepiece.

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