Let's get this straight at the outset: you should go easy on the watch shots full-stop. Unless you're taking a pic to share with a fellow watch lover, snapping close-ups of your shiny new wrist-wear is rarely necessary or wise. But there are scenarios where it is expressly forbidden. At a wedding It's the happy couple's special day! A bold leap of faith that represents the symbolic union of two people standing together until the dawn of time (or at* least 'til one of them gets caught banging the cleaning lady). What it's not is a novel photographic backdrop for your next wrist-shot. We get that the flowers in the church might* complement the metallic sheen of your ceramic* bezel. But we're putting our foot down here – it's still a firm "no". In the vicinity of a supercar steering wheel So you've got a Rolex and a Porsche. All power to you, my man. But if you've managed to amass such glorious trophies and still feel the compulsive urge to highlight the fact, then something is definitely up. For one thing, it looks awfully like gloating (never an attractive habit at the best of times). Secondly, appearing that desperate…

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