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Re: Photographing geraniums

>     I'd be interested in hearing any tips any list members might have on
>getting good photographs of (1) flower heads, and (2) whole specimen plants
>of geraniums.  My main interest is zonals, if that helps narrow it down.
>Thanks to all,>
>Barry Roth

This is not about technique but about composition.  My greatest frustration
when checking  on the web (or in some books and catalogs) is that the
entire growth pattern and leaf shape/ zoning is usually not shown, only a
close-up of the truss.  We all know pelly blossoms come in lovely colors,
but I want to look at the entire plant, its leaves and growth pattern.

maria guzman

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