Post # 1
A few people asked for photos so here it is. Photographing rings is hard! So I took a couple of it on my hand and then one with a Christmas bauble 🙂 I can’t stop staring at it and worrying I’m going to hit something with it. LOL. Sorry the images are so large, I don’t know how to change their size. I can’t flip it round either. I suck at ring boasting.
Post # 3
Gorgeous! And I love the ornament picture! I might steal that one :).
Post # 4
Beautiful! My mother has a ring like this (family heirloom) that will be passed down to me someday.. It is a very timeless design 🙂
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2012 - Catholic Church
Gorgeous! Have you posted your girlfriend’s fiancee’s anywhere yet? I want to see that one too!
Post # 6
@ScottishMrs: Not yet, she is really hard to pin down for photographs though she has promised me we will do it. Hers is a lot simpler than mine but its to her taste. It’s a diamond wedding band as opposed to an engagement ring. She works a manual job so needed something quite flush. And don’t worry I keep calling her my girlfriend too and forgetting she is now my fiance!
Post # 7
Congratulations! It’s a beautiful ring! I can’t wait to see your fiance’s ring as well.
Oh, and I agree that photographing rings is hard. Every time I’ve tried to take a picture of mine (granted, I’m always using my iPhone but still!), I feel like it doesn’t do it justice.
You can edit your picture once you’ve uploaded it to this site. Instead of posting immediately after you’ve added the picture, delete the picture in your post and then open up the image icon again. Go to “my uploaded photos” and click on the arrow in the bottom right corner of your image. Then click “edit.” You can resize, rotate, etc. Just save it once you’ve edited it and then you can add it to your post. There may be a quicker method for this, but that’s what I always do. Hope that helps!