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This is a discussion on Encyclia vitellina. within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This a tiny plant.Pseudobulbs are less than 1" high. Spike is about 12" high with ...
This a tiny plant.Pseudobulbs are less than 1" high.
Spike is about 12" high with 3 flowers.
The colour(which is very hard to get right without natural light) is a really deep orange.
This is it,s first blooming.Blooms are just over 1" across.
They're orange, who could ask for more???
They look like they come with their own batteries!
But you're right, Steve - it's really hard to get those shades photographed accurately.
I've long thought it would be neat to have a Photography forum where we could discuss the techniques of orchid photography. We have some wonderful pros here and a lot of learned experience among us.
For real! Down-right fluorescent.Originally Posted by Piper
It lights things up , are you sure there are no batteries ? Gin
yow, does that one glow in the dark?