Photomicrography is the photographic recording of the image produced by a microscope; it should be clearly distinguished from microphotography, the photographic reproduction of the images of large objects on a fine scale. It lacks the flexibility of visual observation, thus we need to examine the specimen thoroughly before selecting a representative field for reproduction. Moreover, the information that we can obtain by subtle use of focusing is denied us. However, resolution of detail can sometimes be perceived more easily in a micrograph than curing visual observation.
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