More first person photographs, this time in high resolution, and in better lighting to show the magnificent Lange 1 Lumen.
Again, I won’t repeat the technical specifications or show you press photographs. Here you will find my photography at work. A mix of photographs from the Hasselblad H3D-39 with 120mm macro and Panasonic Lumix GH-2 with Panasonic-Leica 45mm macro.
First a comparison between the regular Grande Lange 1 and the new Grande Lange 1 Lumen
And the back.
I offer two explainations why the colour differences between the two movements…first is the way the light fell on the movement, and second, the left movement is the earlier Grande Lange 1, probably made in 2011, and the right is the newest Grande Lange 1 Lumen, fresh from the oven. Untreated German silver has a tendency to age to a beautiful golden patina over time.
And some high resolution photographs. These can be made available for licensing or be made into prints up to 600mm on the short side, suitable for framing and display.
Please contact me for details. Also click on the photographs for larger 1920pixel wide wallpapers.
I find the dial, with the peek-a-boo dark glass to be quite mesmerising…raising the stakes of an already very beautiful watch into the strastophere…magnificent timepiece.
It is interesting also that the sapphire glass dial catches light from different angles and turn out to be a beautiful steely blue or just a deep dark grey. Both quite beautiful.
The customary wrist shot…this time on my wrist…which for reference is approximately 7.5 inches in circumference.
The superluminova glowing in the dark