Or a tennis player's sweat rolling down a tight close-up
of a sun-drenched face?
However, if a two-camera setup is used, the cameras should be placed next to each other--one for wide shots; the other for close-ups
In dance-theater style, the work used pedestrian movement, dancer vocalization, and a live camera projecting close-ups
of the dancers' bodies.
Filmed in part from passing subway cars, cutting to close-ups
of a goggle-wearing Hobza manhandling an archaic switching device, it's a deceptively smart work that binds together the erotics of silent communication, a love of '70s Conceptual art both self-conscious and genuine, and a love of New York.
His full-color pictures, mostly close-ups
of beautiful, individual birds, are the backbone of this book.
is the company founded by David Sheehan in 1994 while he was the entertainment reporter on KNBC-TV in Los Angeles.
To get her models ready for their close-ups
, Bloomfield will sometimes even use a blow-dryer to create a windswept effect.
And the BBC admitted close-ups
of the youngsters in their new Human Body documentary series could be arousing to paedophiles.
His many murals and altarpieces tell stories with simplicity and directness, a fact that, as in the Michelangelo video, is shown to us through close-ups
My biggest complaint about televised matches are the constant close-ups
and instant replays.
Samuael Topiary's striking video design of lapis lazuli seas and textural close-ups
of human skin created a rich visual environment with Blu's lighting design.
Another exciting feature for television spectators is QuadHDTV(TM)'s ability to provide extreme "zoom" close-ups
of the players and action on any part of the field.