Congratulations on your engagement! You're excited to show your new ring to your family and friends on social media, and we're here to help you get the best shot you can. Check out our tips below to learn how you can get a great picture of your new engagement ring. VIEW OUR FAN PHOTO GALLERY »
1. Use the right light - Using the flash may cause your ring to reflect too much light, so try to take a photo outside on a sunny day.2. Take several photos - Your diamond looks different depending on the angle, so try taking a few photos with your hand in different positions to see which one looks best. 3. Take care of your hands - Consider giving yourself a manicure or having one professionally done. It doesn't have to be elaborate - clear polish will do - but making sure that your nails and hands look good will help make your photo even better.4. Keep it relaxed - Holding your fingers stiff and straight can give your hands an unnatural appearance and can distract from your ring. Keep your hands relaxed and in a natural position.5. Use a natural setting - Take some shots that look like your everyday life. You could hold a coffee cup, raise a celebratory glass, or hold a bouquet of flowers. It's a simple way to showcase your ring and your personality.6. Resist the urge to zoom - While it may be tempting to get a close-up, using zoom may instead give you a grainy or blurry picture. 7. Edit and use filters to mask imperfections - After taking your photos, don't be afraid to use digital editing software or filter to make your photo look its best. 8. Use #ThatsJaredStyle on Instagram! Upload your photo to our Fan Gallery »
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