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close-up

a photograph or film or television shot taken at close range
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The strict movement of the camera in Martin's first two films and even its more fluid but still rigorously structured role in Closeup Gallery has been replaced by a more mercurial, meandering eye that darts around and caresses the athletes' bodies.
Editor: I have been doing closeup photographs of plants collected and/or described by Lewis and Clark from Lolo Pass to the Pacific Ocean and have studied the various references giving their names and dates.
Photos portray the design team and production line, giving good closeup details of the large, blue flying boat as it took shape in Martin's factory, including the P6M-2's redesigned cockpit canopy for enhanced visibility.
Unfortunately, someone at Fox is in love with the tight closeup, and we had little except that for the entire Series.
the reel keeps spinning a closeup on your body is unrepeatable
Schlesinger held his ground and shot a closeup, but not without witnessing visible discomfort from his crew and, later, from his distributors.
The only hitch is the size of the violin, which is miked rather closeup, to such an extent that in the Glazunov, especially, it rather dominates the orchestra.
No anchoring is permitted (there's a series of mooring buoys instead), spear fishing is banned, and divers are warned not to touch the coral or even to photograph it with a closeup lens.
The 111 Eighth Avenue video provides a closeup look at the building's technologically advanced communications system, brings the viewer right into one of its many truck-sized elevators and includes a personal conversation with a high-tech multi-use tenant.
Then ABC News gets to rebut the rumor by broadcasting a closeup of Foster's lifeless, powder-stained hand, still gripped around the gun he used on himself.
Because participants in one room can control the camera in the other room, they can focus on or even zoom in for a closeup of any individual.
Created by Della Femina McNamee, New York, the advertisement uses simply a closeup of a Beck's bottle and a frosty glass along with a headline that reads, for example, "Tonight, Expect to Hear a Lot of German in New York.