A close-up is a shot in which a person’s face fills most of the screen, although the term can also refer to any shot that appears to have been taken at close range (or through a telephoto lens), and in which an object appears relatively large and in detail.
Generally, a picture of a subject that fills the frame, usually with the subject looking particularly close to the camera.
(1) An attachment lens that fits on the front of a camera lens, allowing photography at closer distances than than normal for that lens. (2) Also refers to a Macro lens - a camera lens that permits macrophotography.
A picture taken withthe subject close to the camera-usually less than two or three feet away, but itcan be as close as a few inches.
Photographing an object at very close range.
The general term for pictures taken at relatively close distances, from 1/10 life-size (1:10) to life-size (1:1).