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Three species of Utricularia

This is a discussion on Three species of Utricularia within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; It is not the camera or the lens that takes the great photo, but it ...

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    It is not the camera or the lens that takes the great photo, but it is the grea lighting! what is your set up?

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    Thomas these are wonderful. It is so exciting to see carnivorous plants from other contintents. My fav is the fourth pic. Do you also grow carnivorous plants from America?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefpix View Post
    It is not the camera or the lens that takes the great photo, but it is the grea lighting! what is your set up?
    You nailed it! I prefer side lighting (natural light only). Side lighting is wonderful for showing texture and adding depth to a photo.

    My set up: Canon EOS 450D, Tamron 90mm Macro f/2,8 and my favorite tripod, Manfrotto 055 nature with 141RC.

    Tami - Of course I do:
    The genus Darlingtonia contains only one species, Darlingtonia californica Torr. It is a pitfall pitcher plant related to Sarracenia and Heliamphora.

    The most frequently used common names for Darlingtonia are cobra lily and California pitcher plant.



    In the wild, Sarracenia psittacina occurs in Georgia, the Florida panhandle and the Gulf Coast from Alabama and Mississippi to eastern Louisiana (St. Tammany and Tangipahoa Parishes).


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    very neat thomas! the last one carries an umbrella underneath, how bizarre...

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