I think the world is going to be saved by millions of small things.
— Pete Seeger
True Macro photography is defined images having a 1:1 magnification ratio (or greater). That means the size of the object in the plane of focus is the same as the image sensor size in the camera. Basically it’s reproducing objects at life size. (For a more detailed explanation head over here to a great article)
Scavengers are free to interpret all categories any way they wish of course. And they interpreted Macro in so many wonderful and creative ways. Please have a look!
Featured Image by Mark Flinders
Macro was nominated by Andrea Savage