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Phragmipedium caudatum sanderae FINAL PICS!

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    Default Phragmipedium caudatum sanderae FINAL PICS!

    Phragmipedium caudatum var. sanderae is now in full bloom with a total of 2 spikes and 5 blooms. Here are the pictures as promised. Hope you like!




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    Wow! You plants are beautiful. Nice work!

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    Thanks! Here is another shot.


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    If I could take pics like that for the website, I bet sales would absolutely double. Great work Peter.

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    Thanks, LJA!

    Remember, always use natural lighting and black or neutral color background. For close-ups use a camera that has macro capability and that really helps. Remove all unsightly dried stems, leaves, stakes and or tags before taking any pictures and make sure the plant is nice and clean.

    If you're photographing outdoors, then use a shaded area like the side of a building/house and not under trees. Keep experimenting and very soon you'll get the hang of it.

    Hope this helps!

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