By TLex Watch photography has to one the most difficult types of photography there is. Many of us watch geeks have been working years at perfecting our technique and for the most to no avail.
Here are some the finest photos I have seen in a long time. They were taken by Beau Hudspeth and put most byof our efforts to shame. Truly magnificent.
The subject, the Sailfish was made in tribute to the said fish, the fastest living sea creature with recorded speeds of up to 110 Km/h / 68mph. It draws on influences dating back as far as 70 years.
Its handset derives from one the earliest dive watches, made by Longines for the British Royal Navy in 1943.
The case, which is constructed from 316L Stainless steel measures 43mm x 52mm with a 22mm lug width. It is water-resistance to 300 meters.
Its bezel unmistakably, a Fifty Fathoms type with a beautiful cambered Sapphire inlay and lumed dive-time scale.
The Sailfish is powered by a Seiko Time Module NH36 automatic movement (OEM version of 4R36).
back depicts the majestic Sailfish from which it takes its name. It is available HERE in four colors: black, blue, grey and yellow from the Prometheus online store!