Paph Coco Cherry 'CCO's Smooth Cherries'

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SlipperKing

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I need to get a better camera or learn how to use this one. Maybe EricNY can give me a few pointers:poke: When I use the flash the flower looks more vini but I get glare. Here is natural lighting.
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Paph Coco Cherry 'CCO's Smooth Cherries' AM/AOS.
The lack of warts on the petals hence the name "smooth cherries" This is the first time for this plant to give double blooms. A Bonus! Rick H
 

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The camera would be assisted by getting some lighting. I prefer not to use flash of any sort when taking bloom photos. Too many shadows. I usually resort to taking photos by natural light on a sunny day.
 

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The camera would be assisted by getting some lighting. I prefer not to use flash of any sort when taking bloom photos. Too many shadows. I usually resort to taking photos by natural light on a sunny day.[/QUOT]
Darn I've been praying for rain, now I got to do sun?:D
 

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I agree natural lighting is better. My camera doesn't do too poorly with flash though, but difficult plants photo outside

I love the smoothness of that paph. I'm sure it glares a lot in photo!
 

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