closeup

[klohs-uhp]
noun
1.
a photograph taken at close range or with a long focal-length lens, on a relatively large scale.
2.
Also called close shot. Movies, Television. a camera shot taken at a very short distance from the subject, to permit a close and detailed view of an object or action. Compare long shot ( def 3 ), medium shot.
3.
an intimate view or presentation of anything.
adjective
4.
of or resembling a closeup.
5.
intimate or detailed; close-in.
Also, close-up.


Origin:
1910–15, Americanism; noun use of adverbial phrase close up

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closeup

noun
a photograph taken at close range 
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Example sentences
The ski resort can be seen in the upper left corner of the image and in the
  closeup below.
She had short, unruly hair and wide-set eyes that glared at the camera in a
  closeup shot.
Even closeup shots of the crowd were mesmerizing, and not because of the funny
  hats and the face paint.
The magician and his apprentice are believers in the deep and narrow art of
  closeup card magic.
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