I understand you're saying it shows warmth in pics, but what about in real life?
You know, my eyesight is really bad these days (though they keep saying I don't really *need* glasses). So, I've been sitting here examining it without the aid of a pic, and I definitely see a *difference*, but it doesn't appear quite the way it does in the pics. I don't know that I'd ever use the word "warmth" when describing it with plain eyes, but the color is for sure lower than the crystal clear of my Berricle band. I definitely recognize true warmth, as I had a M/N/O OEC diamond that was for sure buttery/ivory/creamy depending on the lighting.
I'll have to get them off the camera to show them. I did take sets in low light, outdoors, and under my LED and incandescent lights for the photos, some with there being no walls or anything to reflect back a color, and it was noticeable to me in all of those. Maybe I will try photo shoots with a couple different cameras to see if it appears the same with all of them and make sure it wasn't the camera. Now I'm really curious, when before I was just happy thinking oooohhh, lookie! a bit of "warmth"!
I also just got my nails done so my hands won't look so awful in a pic. I shall return!