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Here's mine. For years, I wanted a halo ring, but after seeing all of my friends and their mothers getting them, I suddenly started to miss seeing the solitaires. Lol. So, here is mine; I'm thinking of pairing it with a really blinged out band when the time comes.

 

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Here's mine. For years, I wanted a halo ring, but after seeing all of my friends and their mothers getting them, I suddenly started to miss seeing the solitaires. Lol. So, here is mine; I'm thinking of pairing it with a really blinged out band when the time comes.

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UMMM GORGEOUS!!! We have the same ring :) I think yours is bigger though- for sure. And how were you able to take such great photos of it!? All of mine turned out super crappy!

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Thanks, Danyelle and LadyTrunck, for your compliments! :)

 

LadyTrunck: Here's how I took clear pictures. Hopefully it'll work for you, too!

 

1. Set your camera on to the macro setting (the setting that has the flower logo).

 

2. Zoom all the way out.

 

3. Take the picture on a white background. Dark backgrounds will blur the stone.

 

4. Make sure that most of the light source (use natural light) is behind your stone, which means that the light should be from the opposite direction of the camera's flash, instead of being from the same direction. Basically, the diamond should be sandwiched between your camera's flash and another light source. Lol.

 

Try taking a picture indoor during the day, with your hand placed (with the ring on it) against the window, and take a picture.

 

6. Another way to take clear (and stylized! Lol) pictures of a diamond is to place it on something that has texture, like inside a flower; this will allow the camera to focus better.

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6. Another way to take clear (and stylized! Lol) pictures of a diamond is to place it on something that has texture, like inside a flower; this will allow the camera to focus better.
that was my tactic.

great tips.

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