If someone closes up a building, they shut it completely and securely, often because they are going away. Just close up the shop The summer house had been closed up all year. = shut up, lock up
very close; "without my reading glasses I can hardly see things close up"; "even firing at close range he missed"
The camera is placed close to an object or person so that our attention is focusede on a particular detail These may serve as an in-point to a new scene, depicting a new fact or location in the story Close ups of a person have a number of different functions
A mark used to indicate closing space between characters or words Usually used in proofing stages
A photographic (or other) image in which the subject is shown at a relatively large scale, and occupies most or all of the frame
A camera shot which specifies that the main subject takes up a significant portion of the panel Usually, a Close-up in of a character's face -- the frame will likely contain only the head and shoulders of the character In film, this is a relatively common shot, but it isn't as common in comics because it doesn't allow a lot of room for dialogue balloons and captions See Angle for a full list of camera angles covered in this glossary
To button-up, stitch or dry-in multiple sections of a manufactured home at its final placement location (As a noun, "close-up" also means the temporary covering, usually consisting of plastic and boards, of the open sides of multi-section homes which protect them during transportation and storage )
This icon, a flower, lets you know that the close-up option of the Infinity Focus/Close Up Button has been selected and is ready to be used This option will allow you to take close-up pictures of subjects like flowers and things (SEE INFINITY FOCUS/CLOSE UP BUTTON ABOVE)
Generally, a picture of a subject that fills the frame, usually with the subject looking particularly close to the camera A CLOSE-UP image is photographed closer than one would normally expect, and usually fills the frame
A close-up is a photograph or a picture in a film that shows a lot of detail because it is taken very near to the subject. a close-up of Harvey's face. If you see something in close-up, you see it in great detail in a photograph or piece of film which has been taken very near to the subject. Hughes stared up at him in close-up from the photograph. a photograph or part of a film in which the camera seems to have been very close to the picture it took close-up of
a shot taken from a close distance in which the scale of the object viewed is relatively large; for example, a person's head from the shoulders up which fills the entire frame is a typical close-up shot
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