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Paph. Lebaudyanum PHOTO

This is a discussion on Paph. Lebaudyanum PHOTO within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A really nice cross between Paph. haynaldianum and Paph. philippinense, we have three divisions left ...

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    Default Paph. Lebaudyanum PHOTO

    A really nice cross between Paph. haynaldianum and Paph. philippinense, we have three divisions left of this. I might be tempted to let one go....
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    Wow! That is a very healthy, well grown and beautiful plant and is also one of the very few primary Paph hybrids that I really like.

    Excellent!

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    Thanks, Peter. It's gloomy out today and the pics were taken with flash: hence the glare. But I really appreciate your praise on the growing.... That part, I'm definitely proud of.

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    Yes, try and take pictures without the flash and use natural lighting as much as possible, you'll get much better results.

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    Direct light coming through a window or skylight makes a huge difference. You get that spotlit effect instead of everything looking so--monotone.

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    That's a beautiful plant!

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    Nice color on that one, Louis!

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