photomacrography


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pho·to·ma·crog·ra·phy

(fō'tō-mă-krog'ră-fē),
A technique for investigating and recording conditions and procedures involving small objects that ordinarily would be inspected through a loupe rather than a microscope.
[photo- + G. makros, large, + graphō, to write]
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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR SCIENCE: CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY, MACROPHOTOGRAPHY And PHOTOMAcROGRAPHY.
Examination of cuticular morphology and photomacrography was facilitated by ultraviolet (UV) fluorescence imaging (Prendini 2003a, 2003b, 2004; Volschenk 2005) using an LED excitation source (Lowe et al.
The article on the crystal morphology of the sodalite family minerals in your March-April issue presented an opportunity for readers interested in photomacrography to think again about techniques.