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27 August 2011 @ 02:33 pm
Judge me by my size, do you?  
Hmmm, not sure I like the changes to LJ's posting interface. *sigh* How I miss Semagic! I have yet to find a Mac client I actually like.  Anyway, I finally have enough stud earrings in multiple sizes of the same stone to take a "these are the sizes and what they look like" photo for listing them. One of the drawbacks of taking macro images of my jewelry, is that seeing the pieces so close up can be confusing for understanding their true size. Especially when you're talking something like stud earrings with faceted stones. So here's the photo: What do you think? I've shown next to the millimeters on a measuring tape. Plus, you get to see how their size relates to one another. If you can think of a better way, let me know in comments!
soundingseasoundingsea on August 27th, 2011 11:20 pm (UTC)
As it happens, someone on my flist linked to this recently:


It might be just what your Semagic-missing heart desires.

And I think that's a good measurement-showing device. (You could also like.. put them on top of a penny?)
-peartreealley on August 28th, 2011 02:17 am (UTC)
I think that works on a technical level, but I've always been fond of the "on top/next to a coin" method. While the measuring tape is more exact... I feel the coin gives me a better "real life" indicator.
Lexcrankylex on August 28th, 2011 04:35 am (UTC)
I use Deepest Sender. It runs inside Firefox.