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It's pretty simple: The most important is the scenery. Then the light conditions. Once you have that it just needs a bit of filtering (just a bit, not too much and never touch the contrast lever) plus cropping and it's done
This pic above is about matching colors and light conditions.
Sometimes it can be just the background that makes the watch pop. Then it's about the watch only which is emphasized by the background.
And sometimes I just take shots of the watch because I'm excited