- a photograph or a film or TV shot taken at very close range or with a telephoto lens
- a close or personal view or interpretation
- A photograph or a movie shot in which the subject is tightly framed and shown at a relatively large scale.
- An intimate view or description.
- (photography) A photographic (other) image in which the subject is shown at a relatively large scale, and occupies most or all of the frame.
- To move people closer together.
- The crowd closed up and I couldn't get through to the train.
- To shut a building or a business for a period of time.
- We finally managed to close up the shop for the night at about 10 o'clock.
- The car factory has closed up for the August holidays.
- To heal a cut or other wound
- With stitches, the cut should close up in a week to ten days.
- Allows you to shoot in various settings such as Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Portrait, Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Night Landscape, Close-up, Museum, and Fireworks Show, Copy or Back Light modes.
- Always buy from authorized sellers, and if buying online, ask for close-up pictures of Coach handbags to help determine if quality of the craftsmanship truly meets Coach standard.
- These tests include an evaluation of the child's binocular vision, his eye movements, his ability to converge and focus on objects close-up, and his ocular health.
- Add discrete piping, a notch collar button front and two panel pockets, as well as a drawstring pant and fabric-covered elastic waistband with a hidden fly button and you're truly ready for your close-up.
- Their Bay Cruise Adventure has fascinated many tourists with a close-up look at the Golden Gate Bridge and unobstructed views of all the city skylines around the Bay.