We have won a contract to produce a full corporate image for an esteemed but hopelessly 1990’s central London company that sells rare and valuable wrist watches. What you see here below is the test image over laid with our watermark.
The bases for the logo is an image of the founders bride to be; her eye to be exact over laid with the bezel (we think that’s what it’s called?) of a £50,000 1932 Rolex time piece, apparently a holy grail for certain types of watch collector. We will post the full campaign as soon a the final art work is finished. Here is the approved image, there is a little retouching still to finish, a little glint around the left hand side needs to be replaced with the reflection of eyelashes that would be the natural thing to see, and I guess shooter one will ask to have his handsome refection removed as he is clearly visible triggering the Hasselblad H4 (mounted Carl Zeiss CF Macro Planar 120 f4) as a reflection in the eye ; )