Amphibian tonneau is regular 200m, just few rapairing work was done, partly by myself and some by my watchmaker. Case polished, glass changed, oiled and cleaned.
I was shooting on Nikon D80, with Kit lenses 18-135. Photos were taken with the tripod, with the lowest ISO as possible - ISO 100. I was using diffused light of a Philips Energy Saver lamp "New Softone 6yr" 20W, but of course with WB correction. Multiple plain white paper sheets were used as a light diffusers, and some mirrors were used also. As you can notice there are some round mirrors on the shots, guest what is it? They are discs from an old HDD, that was disassemble for parts such as two strong magnets and those discs. Longines and Maurice Lacroix catalogues were chosen as a background for their colours/ ornamental pattern and texture, and the way the bokeh looks.
I used Picasa 3 from Google
as a software for processing images. There are no complex manipulations with them, just cropping and making collage - that's it!
Raketa with brown dial is not NOS, I was inspired by Phils photos from netgrafik
and was searching all web for 3 days for this particular model. Of course they went through some restoration process, such as glass, hands and winder replacement. They were as well fully serviced.
Thank you for your comments, I really appreciate it!