Or a tennis player's sweat rolling down a tight close-up
of a sun-drenched face?
They show the drug trio slumped in their Range Rover, close-ups
of their wounds and them naked on mortuary slabs.
An interesting mixture, then, of close-ups
and panoramas, linked by the conviction that portrayal of the past cannot ignore the past's own perspectives.
Pat Brennan, Navan Too many close-ups
Sorry, but the Channel 4 pictures were frequently far too close up to get the sense of the Gold Cup at key moments.
Taking super close-ups
of ordinary objects, such as nails and toy cars, McGroarty Arts Center photography teacher John Free, left of center, wants his young students to learn that a great photograph can come from any source.
Flores" (Flowers; 2002), a series of gigantic close-ups
of flowers and plants with evident sexual allusions, revels in baroque sensuality; bigger than life, they look exquisite in the gallery space.
of handle drawings to photos of entire sets, OLD LIMOGES is a specialty collector's 'bible'.
Multiple full-color pictures show trees in various seasons and close-ups
of blooms and bark.
This study is at once comprehensive and succinct, with the pleasing and informative visual elements of color photographs, including close-ups
, of samurai weapons, scenes from historical art work, and antique tinted photographs.
70), with Dwight Kuhn's bright color photos providing lovely and startlingly colorful close-ups
of ant lions and lacewings.
Photos use only natural light in natural settings to capture close-ups
and shots not normally seen in more posed settings.
First there were The Archies in 1969, then the Gorillaz in 2001 and now, in 2003, meet the Close-Ups