macrograph

noun
mac·ro·graph | \ˈmakrəˌgraf, -rȧf\

Definition of macrograph 

: a usually photographic graphic reproduction of an object that may be slightly reduced, of natural size, or magnified up to a limit of about 10 diameters

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