is the newest online
bulletin board-based community on the Internet. We extend a welcome
to all photographers interested in photomacrography and close-up
photography. It is our goal for our community to become more than
just a meeting place, however. Our goals
are to build this community into the premier resource for
photomacrography imagery and information on the Internet. Unlike
other photography websites on the Internet, your images will not
have to compete for attention in a long gallery listing of different
genres of photography.
is dedicated entirely to photomacrography. It is built by photomacrographers
for photmacrographers. In cooperation with our sister site, www.amateurmicroscopy.net,
we share a complete online bulletin board-based community to exchange
photomacrography information and post images for display and critique.
In addition to the bulletin board forums and galleries, articles
of interest will be added to the web site on a continuing basis.
If you have special knowledge of a subject or special techniques
that would be of interest to our visitors and members, please,
review our submission
guidelines and consider submitting a brief article on your
specialty. We welcome all contributions from our visitors and
members. We are also working to build comprehensive links
to photomacrography resources on the Internet and will be happy
to provide links to our member's websites. The site administrators
value and actively solicit visitor and member feedback. Criticisms
and suggestions are carefully considered and will be acted on
if found to have merit for the community as a whole. We want to
know what will keep you coming back and what will add value
to your membership. Furthermore, our online community is
hosted on fast Linux servers with a guaranteed 99.7% uptime.
if you register as a member of www.photomacrography.net
you are automatically registered with our sister site, www.amateurmicroscopy.net
and are allowed access to all
of the amateur microscopy galleries and forums. Photomacrographers
and photomicrographers share many common interests and it is only
natural that the two disciplines be blended into a single online
community. Image posting and topic discussion guidelines appear
in the forums and galleries.
you for visiting. We look forward to your images and participation.