Difference between revisions of "Macro Photography"

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[[Image:Nail.JPG|thumb|right|200px|A macro photograph of a nail]]
 
[[Image:Nail.JPG|thumb|right|200px|A macro photograph of a nail]]
'''Macro Photography''' refers to [[photography]] where the photograph produced is life-size or larger. Macro photographs often have a much narrower depth of field, which can be a disadvantage when trying to capture detail.
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'''Macro Photography''' refers to [[photography]] where the photograph produced is life-size or larger. Macro photographs often have a much narrower [[depth of field]], which can be a disadvantage when trying to capture greater areas of detail.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 17:38, 6 October 2007

A macro photograph of a nail

Macro Photography refers to photography where the photograph produced is life-size or larger. Macro photographs often have a much narrower depth of field, which can be a disadvantage when trying to capture greater areas of detail.

See also