|Title||Taking photographs up close|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1982|
|Authors||Williams GR, Nyckel J|
Biology teachers can find myriad uses in the classroom for close-up photographs--for review exercises, for preliminary surveys of new material, for testing, and for illustrating or demonstrating difficult concepts and procedures. This article presents a simple, versatile, inexpensive, reliable, and accurate method for producing such photographic images.