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    Default Rose Bracelet



    This is a picture of one of our lost wax cast rose bracelets. Alot more photos of more of our ranges will follow, we need some knowledgeable critique on our items and the photography.

    Keep in mind im just getting used to the photography set up again. Going to take lots of time playing and adjusting the set up.

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    Stuart
    Last edited by MuranoSilver; 30-04-2010 at 05:23 PM. Reason: sorted out pic link :)

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    Picture's not working here. The link looks malformed - there's no .jpg on the end at the least.

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    Sorted the link for you Stu
    Nice work!
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    haha thanks Nic. i must have cut a little bit out with my copy and paste.

    thanks again.

    Stu

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    Stu, loving the roses but, to be honest, I think that clasp might be a bit heavy looking with their delicacy. It's only an opinion tho
    Di x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Cottage View Post
    Stu, loving the roses but, to be honest, I think that clasp might be a bit heavy looking with their delicacy. It's only an opinion tho
    I have to agree with Di here, love the bracelet tho
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    I agree with Di and Su' too. Lovely roses.
    Wondering if you'd get a clearer pic on a dark background as some darker reflections may show more detail. (Feel free to ignore me- I have no idea what I'm talking about)

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    Now the photo's there, I still can't see the object clearly. I don't think
    a white background works.

    There's no sense of scale either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Cottage View Post
    Stu, loving the roses but, to be honest, I think that clasp might be a bit heavy looking with their delicacy. It's only an opinion tho
    I'm with Di, I may even have gone for a T-bar, but again it's only my opinion. Sure is pretty though.

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    Very pretty but I agree that the clasp looks wrong. Something handmade would look better.

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