Post # 1
Hello Bees! I’m new around, here, as I just got engaged this past weekend! My (now) Fiance proposed at our college (where we met) on a beautiful bridge over a pond.
I LOVE my ring so much and really want to share pictures of it with everyone! I’ve managed to take a couple photos that look OK, but most of them have been turning out really poorly. Does anyone have any advice on how to snap great photos of your E-rings? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks guys!
Here’s pretty much the best I could get:
Post # 3
There are a few threads on this with some really great tips (try searching for them in the top right search bar). The most basic tips:
– Take pics in natural light
– Use the macro feature on your camera (looks like a little flower) because this helps take close-up detailed shots
Post # 4
@RyantheGirl: LOVE your ring!!! Here’s a pricescope article about how to take good photos of your ring…basically use the macro setting on your camera (looks like a flower) and lots of natural light as PP mentioned, and it’s easiest if the ring’s off your finger for stability. Congrats on the engagement!
ETA: Duh, forgot the link; http://www.pricescope.com/forum/show-me-the-ring/how-to-take-good-photos-of-your-diamonds-t102989.html
Post # 5
Ring pictures are way hard. I don’t have a fancy camera, but I get the best pictures in natural light in my car…that’s where this one was taken. With my smartphone.
Post # 6
Best pics are in natural light and put it on a stable surface or put your hand on something so it doesnt move…I love this website I am addicted to looking at rings!
Post # 7
Awesome, thanks so much for the tips everyone!