macro-, macr-

(Greek: large, great; long [in extent or duration]; enlarged, or elongated, long [in length]; abnormally large)

A “long-tailed lizard” from Early Cretaceous (near) Cambridge, England. British paleontologist Harry Govier Seeley (1839-1909) in 1869.
1. A technique for investigating and recording conditions and procedures involving small objects that ordinarily would be inspected through a loupe rather than a microscope.
2. Close-up photography at a limiting magnification of 40 times, or in that zone.

Related "big, large, great" words: grand-; magni-; major-; maxi-; mega-; megalo-.