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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#128869
Thanks!

Excuse my brief absence, had to do some schoolwork.

I was playing around with an ipad app called softbox pro, and the photos turned out sorta well. A bit of a takeaway from my usual style but I don't mind them.

D. adelae:

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D. capensis "narrow":

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D. paradoxa:

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N. veitchii:

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I really think my photography is improving bit by bit, I keep finding new features on the camera though...

Constructive criticisms are appreciated!
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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#128910
Not taken with an Ipad. I used an app called softboxpro that produces lighting on the Ipad's screen. That is how I got the backlighting. I used my DSLR to take the photos.

Heres the app:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/softbox- ... 56105?mt=8
By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#129063
More pictures!

Focus on these pics is not perfect, but I took them in the dark.

Two pots of U. longifolia, the moss in these pots is crazy:

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D. intermedia "Cuba", flowering:

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U. reneformis, bigger and bigger leaves:

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D. venusta:

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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#129473
Thanks!

More... Horticultural... Monstrosities... :0o:

D. venusta:

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D. slackii, are getting larger:

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D. tokaiensis:

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D. nidiformis:

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D. capillaris "long arm, belem":

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D. adelae:

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D. rotundifolia is popping out of Sphagnum everywhere:

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D. paradoxa:

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D. indica seedlings are germinating like crazy:

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D. burmanii:

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P. emarginata x esserania:

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D. schizandra is making notched leaves:

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U. reniformis is making more big leaves:

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D. ordensis:

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By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#129872
Thanks!

N. rafflesiana var. alata:

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P. primuliflora:

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The "D. indica" seedlings are actually P. lusitanica, must have mixed up the pots:

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D. intermedia "cuba":

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G. aurea "Itacaramba", its sooo slimy!:

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U. pubescens "Serra Caraca", one of my favorite utrics:

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Thanks for looking!
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By PeatMoss
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Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#130043
I was taking some pullings from it, and the muscilage is really thick! Very hard to pull the leaves off.

PC died and so I am a mac user now, so these are edited on iPhoto. Still learning the program so they look a bit weird.

Alas, any tips from iPhoto users would be appreciated!

U. reniformis bladder:

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Schizzy:

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Some ping hybrid, can't remember what:

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D. pygmaea "green" from gemmae:

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Itty bitty ceph:

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S. adnatum update:

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D. madagascarensis coming back from the roots:

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D. capensis "red", this one turned out kind of odd:

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Sarracenia minor:

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D. binata multifida extrema:

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I retook the Ceph photo:

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Thanks for looking!
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By Darkrai283
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Joined:  Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:28 pm
#130105
PeatMoss wrote:PC died and so I am a mac user now, so these are edited on iPhoto. Still learning the program so they look a bit weird.

Alas, any tips from iPhoto users would be appreciated!
Sorry! I'm a PC user so I really can't help you on this question. :(

Your photography skills are very good and my favourite pics must be the cap 'red' and the multifida! Thanks for sharing! :D
By PeatMoss
Posts:  392
Joined:  Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:01 pm
#130225
Thanks!

Swat, I am going to suggest you look on the other sub forum for photos of VFT's, mine are in deep dormancy right now and they will be until May.

More pictures:

D. "dielsiana":

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Got crazy germination on P. lusitanica:

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D. intermedia "cuba":

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D. spatulata from Gold Coast is flowering:

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D. whatever:

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B. liniflora is germinating:

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D. whatever seedlings:

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I never posted these photos, they are some wild Drosera growing in the Muskoka region of Ontario:

D. intermedia:

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D. rotundifolia:

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