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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After morphological study fetuses were carefully selected for macrophotography.
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
While the series dispensed almost entirely with CGI in favour of other forms of technological innovation, specifically time lapse and macrophotography, to show plants coming into bloom, adapting to the seasons and pollinating, as with Flying Monsters the promotional material for the series highlights technology in relation to both immersion and spectacle.
A diagram of the grossing technique for entire submission of the nipple (left) and macrophotography of the corresponding sections (right).
Nikon recently featured his step-by-step macrophotography techniques in their publication,Nikon World.
The habitus images were prepared using the Visionary Digital macrophotography system (www.
The stained specimens were preserved in 50% ethanolic glycerol for microscopic studies and macrophotography (Kawamura et al.