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close-up

a photograph or film or television shot taken at close range
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Do we ever see close-ups of young people's hands and mouths eating when they are subject to a news report?
He notes that Close-ups provides a key point of differentiation for Today's Optical, which offers a full range of sunglasses, reading glasses and accessories to the mass retail market.
We do use Daniel for all the close-ups because all he has to do is sit on the bike whilst it's not moving.
Most images are close-ups of actors because panoramic scenes tend to blur.
The book ends with a description of the photographic process and the tricks involved in getting close-ups of tiny animals.
As The New York Times Building rises, she will be climbing the girders, taking spectacular pictures: close-ups of the construction process and panoramic views of the city.
95) presents a wide range of poncho styles for knitters, displaying both finished products on models and the close-ups of pattern charts which lend to their creation.
The Close-Ups were launched by Eaglescliffe musician Carl Green 18 months ago and six months ago released their first single, I'm On My Way.
With high resolution XGA output, this digital model features an 18x power zoom lens with a 2x digital extender for extreme close-ups, auto focus and full auto-iris capability.
In 1967, Robert Joffrey's Astarte placed an entwining duet amidst filmed close-ups, strobe lights, and rock music.
A glorious return for Fag Ash (Kim) and Lil (Aggie) was only spoiled by the cameraman treating us to four close-ups of Fag Ash's enormous 172- year-old bum.
That's one reason why I have a lot of unusual close-ups of him, like moving the camera in so that you're looking in the eyes behind those enormous glasses he wears.