Monochrome Watches
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Weekly Watch Photo – Bell & Ross wrist shots

| By Frank Geelen | 1 min read |

One of the type of watch photos that I really like, are the so-called wrist-shots. Photos of a watch on the wrist, in its natural habitat so to speak. Simon C is community manager of Bell & Ross and he frequently posts wrist-shots on his Facebook page.

So I figured, let’s share Simon’s wrist-shots to give you an example of what’s possible. Simon C posts his photos here on Facebook, however there are more source to find wrist-shots, like Wristshot Facebook Group and following Twitter with hashtag #womw (meaning what’s on my wrist… or watch on my wrist). And the Friday Roll Call post, that I already used as source earlier like this magnificent Omega Seamaster PloProf. So now enjoy Simon’s wrist shots showing several Bell & Ross watches….

A big thanks to Simon C for letting me use his photos!

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5 responses

  1. Many thanks to Frank at Monochrome!
    Yes, I do love a wrist shot!
    It’s a great way to show case a watch, in a normal environment, outside of the standard “catalogue/brochure” medium!
    …good fun to show off all the lifestyle aspects that go with watches, like jewelery and shoes too!
    All the best, Si.

  2. Very nice pictures indeed!
    Most of the B&R models are too large for my liking,
    but I find them very good looking, especially the square base models.

  3. Vraiment très classe ! Personnellement, je suis tombé sous le charme de la BR 01 – 97 et la WW1 – 92 Military. J’aurai cela dit une question! Qu’elle est la référence du bracelet de la BR 01 – 97 que l’on voit sur la photo car je ne trouve pas ce bracelet sur le site de B&R. Seul le model BR 01 en alligator s’en rapproche. Un grand merci par avance !

  4. The croc strap on the BR01-97 is a B&R OEM *prototype* strap.
    I’m sure it could be replicated! 😉

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