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close-up

a photograph or film or television shot taken at close range
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He said the animal had initially seemed to be "inquisitive", with the crew shooting close-ups of its body and feet.
"Pick-up shots were filmed separately, for example close-ups of iguana eyes, to make the story of the sequence as clear as possible for the audience.
Do we ever see close-ups of young people's hands and mouths eating when they are subject to a news report?
Judged by a mix of photography professionals, including presenter and wildlife expert Chris Packham, last year's photos included a serene seal sitting in the middle of a sandstorm, cows exhaling in the morning air and the overall winner, a striking close-up macro image of jumping spider eyes.
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.
During Spelbound's act, one could not follow the routine as the camera kept shifting from close-ups of certain performers, while others were carrying out fantastic actions elsewhere on the stage.
It seems we can't help enjoying grisly stories, although I could do without quite so many close-ups of internal organs, blood and gore.
The simple, bold illustrations are delightful, sequenced in frames like a cartoon, integrating long shots, close-ups and different points of view.
Over two hundred color photos by photographer Mark Edward Smith capture women of all types in a range of classic poses, both traditional full-body and with close-ups of hands and feet as well.
Weighing less than a pound, the new SUV-Cam digital recording system from ELMO USA of Plainview, New York, helps school bus drivers solve problems such as unruly behavior, bullying, and vandalism by capturing clear images of all students on the bus and close-ups of individuals and events from any angle.
Especially helpful are close-ups of Lou throwing a cylinder with a superimposed X-ray showing his hand position inside the pot.
There are even directions on carving a jack 'o lantern and close-ups of buds and flowers to delight and inform kids interested in how pumpkins grow.