Editor's note: I'm sure that at one point or another you've been wearing your favourite watch and thought, "This is definitely 'gram' worthy". But taking the perfect wrist shot is by no means a simple task. In fact, it's an art form that can be exceedingly complicated and multifaceted. Luckily for us, however, back in 2017, Ceri David treated us to an absolute masterclass in how to take the perfect "wristy" for Instagram. And whether you're a bit light on the follower count, or you're just looking at ways to up the photographic ante, this is definitely worth a read. If you're feeling brave, type 'wristies' into the Google machine, and you'll be rewarded with an eye-opening array of results. Who knew, for example, that they were a type of fingerless gloves? Fascinating stuff. Those are not the wristies we're focusing on today nor will we be broaching any other varieties, thank you very much. Instead, we're here to talk about the humble watch wristshot. Many take them, but ever fewer succeed at pulling a like, heart or share, because, well, it's been years now, and the game is a whole lot harder. So in an effort to make…

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