photomacrography

photomacrography
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, + grapho, to write]

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pho·to·mac·rog·ra·phy -ma-'kräg-rə-fē n, pl -phies the making of photomacrographs
pho·to·mac·ro·graph·ic -.mak-rə-'graf-ik adj

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