Extreme Closeup of a Butterfly—that’s who.
I decided to film them in a closeup style.”
The HiRISE camera aboard Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this closeup image of a "fresh" (on a geological scale, though quite old on a human scale) impact crater in the Sirenum Fossae region of Mars.
One guy in the closeup pictures had his mouth open.
Demarchelier approached one of them, a closeup of the actress’s face.
I take one of Danny’s face, and then a closeup of Michael, curled up in Danny’s hand.
Eventually, Bloodsworth came around and saw the humanity in Schoeller’s closeup photos.
At one point, Landau asked if Jake’s avatar’s ears looked a touch too red in a closeup shot.
“And it was so darn funny that everyone on the set wanted to see it again, so we did a closeup.
A wide-angle lens, used in closeup, enhanced the sense of distortion, magnifying minor defects, sometimes horrifying the viewer.
When the Beatles made their first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” in 1964, the first closeup of an audience member was of her.
Griffith famously invented the closeup for Lillian Gish, whose delicate expressions shifted with exquisite rapidity from frame to frame.
There is extraordinary direction – again under Kail – so that the cameras capture the mise en scène of theatre without losing any of the closeup intimacy of film.
A lot of “The Crown” is shot in closeup, or medium closeup, and it’s a canny choice, given that everything takes place in a closed-off world of closed-off emotions.
A closeup of Beatty’s hand as he came on stage showed he was holding an envelope for the best actress award – which had already been announced and went to Emma Stone for La La Land.
With the impending release of his Hollywood début, “Stoker,” as well as of Spike Lee’s remake of his 2003 thriller, “Oldboy,” the Korean director Park Chan-wook is ready for his closeup.
This sepia-filtered photograph features a closeup of the weathered hand of an old woman with coffee beans falling through her fingers as if they are literal representations of the metaphorical sands of time.
This week on the Science and Tech page, we featured the work of Ryoji Tanaka, a Japanese chemist and photographer who takes closeup images of elements from the periodic table and various other chemical compounds.
Their latest, Murder on the Safari Star, books readers on to a gleaming luxury train alongside Harrison Beck and his Uncle Nat as they spot galloping impala and get a closeup view of Victoria Falls – and solve a murder case too, of course.
Imagine, if you can—though, if you could, you probably would have reconsidered your decision—my deep shame upon visiting your popular gossip Web site that morning to be confronted with an article headlined “Bill O’Reilly Intends to Sue Ex-Wife for Ten Million Dollars,” instead of closeup selfies of my own body in its most unguarded, intimate moments.
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Imagine if you can—though if you could you probably would have reconsidered your decision—my deep shame upon visiting your popular gossip Web site that morning to be confronted with an article headlined Bill OReilly Intends to Sue Ex-Wife for Ten Million Dollars instead of closeup selfies of my own body in its most unguarded intimate moments