macrophotography


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macrophotography

(ˌmækrəʊfəˈtɒɡrəfɪ)
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(Photography) extremely close-up photography in which the image on the film is as large as, or larger than, the object
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A personal challenge to improve upon her macrophotography skills while chasing fuzzy bee bottoms evolved into a full-blown love affair with bumblebees and their native bee counterparts.
Each of them has four viewing options: macrophotography, infrared macrophotography, infrared refectography, and x-radiography.
It has a wide aperture that allows users to focus on objects that are only 2.5cm away from the lens, which is labelled super macrophotography. This phone is also great for shooting videos.
We collected 5 of the eggs from the oviposition site for developmental study and macrophotography, 3 on 10 August 2016 (1 with twin embryos) and 2 more on 6 September 2016, 1 of which was reared to hatching.
(a) Macrophotography of the pubic symphysis and subpubic cyst; the whole image of the microphotograph is shown.
This book explores the principles of macrophotography and emphasizes the clinical relevance of capturing high-quality images of the oral cavity.
After morphological study fetuses were carefully selected for macrophotography. Measurement of fetal body weight, eye circumference, head circumference, length of snout, forelimb, hind limb, tail axis of body and CR length were recorded.
Hua Chen and Frank Brink of the Centre for Advanced Microscopy at The Australian National University for expert assistance with scanning electron microscopy; Mr Vinicius Lube for assistance with macrophotography and image processing; Professor Dorin Ruse in the Department of Biomaterials at UBC for generous access to his Instron tensile testing equipment; Dr.
Now, Benjie is endlessly building his portfolio which underlines his zeal for macrophotography and portraiture.
Imaging Marine Life: Macrophotography and Microscopy Approaches for Marine Biology