I think we'll all agree that I'm not an expert photographer! <bg>
However, I'm getting a lot of experience by taking photos of my seedlings for my own records. I would post these 2 pictures together, but when I tried that last year aol put them in a zip file which seemed to create problems for some.
Someone (Donald ?) brought up the topic of angles. I normally take several pictures of each seedling, from different angles.
The iris I'm showing here is 1812-14RE. This is probably my least favorite of the 15 seedlings I've seen so far.
Picture #1 (High) is from a standing position. Picture #2 (Low) is from a position on level with the bloom. (Oh, my aching back)
There is a striking difference in the two pictures. This is the only yellow iris I photographed this morning. Also, please NOTE the pleat on the fall. Left side as you look at the picture. This should identify it as the same iris . . . taken only seconds apart.