microphotograph

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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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Suggesting the microphotographic experiments of the nineteenth-century inventors of photography and recalling the founding relation between photography and science, they also point to the physical operations of contact, enlargement, and projection, as well as the literal meaning of transparency in photography--the transparency of plates, slides, and film--and thus to its paradoxical opacity.
These art objects, normally seen only by a lucky few, are now getting a wider audience in a traveling collection of some of the best microphotographic images of the past 25 years.
Alabama [section]40-2-12 expresses faith in technology by allowing destruction of at least some original paper records if the records are stored on microphotographic film or in a computer system.