September 6, 2016 · Jewelry · (No comments)

Submitted by: Michelle Bery

Your wedding day is often one that has been planned for many months; the memories of which will always stay with you. In the process of planning your wedding you have had to decide between a myriad of vendors who are hired to make your special day go smoothly and to help you infuse your wedding with personal style reflective of both of you. But when it comes to choosing vendors, none is ultimately more important than the photographer – simply because those photographs will tell the story of your wedding for years to come. When choosing the style of photography, you may want to consider fine art wedding photography a unique way in which to capture your special day.

Fine art wedding photography takes the photographs taken at your wedding and turns them into works of art; a photographer skilled in such photography can manipulate the photographs in such a way that they will forever capture the spirit and style of your wedding day. Such photography is meant to be displayed throughout your home and passed on through the generations.

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There are many photographers who are skilled in the more traditional styles of wedding photography. But, in this day and age, more and more photographers are exploring their more creative side and offering such creativity on to their clients. With the advent of the Internet, photographers have been able to showcase these skills; and clients are able to browse through the work of each photographer in an effort to find those photographers who are in line with the photography they envision for their wedding.

Once you find those photographers who are skilled in fine art wedding photography you should meet with them to determine if you like and trust them on a personal level. A photographer more than any other vendor at your wedding will be right along with you during the course of your wedding day. It is vitally important that you feel comfortable in their presence so that they are able to get the shots they need.

Fine art wedding photography can help you communicate the tone of your wedding for those who were not there and as memories for you to cherish for a lifetime.

About the Author: For easy to understand, in depth information about fine art wedding photography visit our ezGuide 2

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September 6, 2015 · Jewelry · (No comments)

By Vincent A Rogers

Not only in England, but across Europe and other parts of the world, we have seen a vast amount of financial difficulty. It’s during these times that people pull together and try and make the best of a bad situation. In England, after the recession, we have found ourselves in a finically volatile climate as the government looks to try and reduce spending in order to put money back into the economy to kick start it back to full health.

At any given time, although more so during times of financial uncertainty, people want the reassurance that their assets will be protected. As a result of this, some people will invest into a commodity, so that if they are struggling in times of need, they can sell on their investment and use the money to help them get through a difficult patch. Diamonds are just one example of this type of commodity. The reason for their popularity is partly down to the fact that they offer an alternative investment option to some of the more recognised forms such as property or gold.

During any economic downturn, prices for commodities are usually expected to decrease, however diamonds have the opposite effect. Property usually suffers as people find it hard to buy into the market during times of financial strain, although the value of diamonds has continued to rise, even during these periods. To put this into prospective, since 2003, Vivid Yellow diamonds have doubled in price, even during the most recent recession. The reason for this is partly down to the amount of interest surrounding the commodity which has a direct impact on price.

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With the rising wealth of the middle classes in countries around the world, more people now have the money available to start investing. BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) are not suffering the same financial turmoil as the west, and with surplus wealth amongst the burgeoning middle classes, they have turned to diamonds. This is one reason why the price of diamonds has risen, despite the economic crisis.

Additionally, as there is an increase in demand, the supply of diamonds has actually reduced. This is because some of the world’s largest diamond mines have closed around the world, making expensive diamonds rarer, and thus even harder to get hold of. As a result, the value of diamonds increases, regardless of the financial conditions in the country.

Many people have come to realise that diamonds are a good investment; one that is stable, will last, and will likely generate a healthy return on investment five or ten years down the line. Due to this, prices have increased and industry experts and analysts believe that they will rise even further in the coming years. As long as there is a high demand, with a number of investors looking to get their hands on the same rare gem stones, then the prices surrounding this commodity will be high due to competition.

If you haven’t started looking into this form of investment and you have the money available, then given the current forecasts for the future, it’s not a bad market to get into. As long as you are sensible with your investments, and get the help you need if you don’t have the best knowledge to start with, then you could generate decent returns.

A good place to start is by using the Internet to source some reliable and professional diamond investment companies who will be able to assess your current situation and advise you on the best route to take when it comes to finding available diamonds on the market. The fact that they survive harsher economic conditions is just one of many reasons for why you should start investing in diamonds today.

About the Author: Vincent Rogers is a freelance writer who writes for a number of UK businesses. For

Diamond Investment

, he recommends Stone House Global Investments.


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