Someobody enlighten me, please. It's something that's been bugging me for the longest time.
When we talk about management styles, sociological approaches, etc, "Macro" usually means the big picture, while "Micro" refers to zooming in to details.
So in photography, shouldn't it be say, when we use a 10mm to capture the scenery of a forest, that is called macro photography, then when we use our 105mm "macro" lens to capture capture the insects in this forest, that would be called micro photography?
And photography through microscopes is called photomicroscopy, so there should be no confusion, yes?