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macro lens

[′ma·krō ‚lenz]
(optics)
A camera lens designed to focus at very short distances and to form an image as large as the subject.
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"In the macro photography category, I once finished sixth, which was a nice result taking into account the competition.
Featuring a maximum shooting magnification of 0.5x, the lens can easily shoot macro photography of subjects such as flowers, food and even insects.
Among the topics are minimally invasive full-mouth rehabilitation adapting digital dentistry, focus stacking macro photography: achieving ultra-high resolution and high magnification in dentistry, reconstructing the morphology of teeth damaged by wear using adhesive technology, multidisciplinary approach using slow orthodontic extrusion and the immediate dentoalveolar restoration technique, and esthetic restoration with ceramic veneers in a case of altered passive eruption: the appropriate choice of materials is key.
The macro photography exhibition was all about magnifying tiny creatures and beauties of nature which are scattered all around us but usually ignored due to their insignificant nature.
Convoluted angles, motion blur either from the camera or the subject, multiple or layered images, close ups or macro photography, are just some of the more common tools of the trade.
7cm from the edge of the lens) for macro photography. The X-A2 is priced at Rs.48,499/-
It's optimised for close-up and macro photography yet versatile enough for all photographic situations -- even handheld shooting.
Raspberry Pi and digital camera into an alternative to a range of expensive "macro photography" equipment.
I like taking all types of pictures including landscape, portrait, sports, macro photography and weddings.
Tiny Worlds: Creative Macro Photography Skills offers a different kind of approach to macro photography that blends technical prowess with an artistic approach to capturing tiny subjects.
With fixed focal length of 16mm (24mm in 35mm format equivalent), and a maximum aperture of F1.4, the compact lens provides high-quality images in low-light conditions and bokeh-rich macro photography with the minimum working distance of 15cm.
The product is called Adaptalux and it is an adaptable, miniature portable lighting studio designed for macro photography, macro videography and product photography.