macrophotography


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macrophotography

[¦mak·rō·fə′täg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
The photography of a subject so that the final image is either unmagnified or magnified to no more than 10 times the object.
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The purpose of this book is to assist oral health care professionals in understanding the key principles of macrophotography and the techniques and strategies necessary to successfully implement digital photography in everyday practice.
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.visionarydigital.com) and concatenated in Helicon Focus software (www.
The stained specimens were preserved in 50% ethanolic glycerol for microscopic studies and macrophotography (Kawamura et al., 1990).
'DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR SCIENCE: CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY, MACROPHOTOGRAPHY And PHOTOMAcROGRAPHY.' Enrico Savazzi.
This essentially eliminates depth-of-field and exposure limitations encountered with traditional macrophotography," says Gates.
He gives tips on equipment and techniques for macrophotography. This book belongs in every library.
Using a macrophotography apparatus, selected sections, primarily from the lugol fast blue-cresyl echt violet series, beginning with the olfactory bulb and ending with the medulla oblongata, were photographed with gaps of about 300-560 [micro]m between sections.
Through trial and error, he created his own macrophotography setup.
The BBC Natural History Unit has been granted unprecedented access to film across an organic farming and gardening year, and time- lapse, slow-motion and macrophotography shed a fascinating light into the nature of Highgrove.