Translation of close-up in Spanish:


primer plano, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkloʊsˌəp//ˈkləʊsʌp/


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    primer plano masculine
    in close-up en primer plano
    • The camera stays in close-up as it follows her walking down the street.
    • The film begins with a close-up of an eye, one of several repeated motifs.
    • Lying among the barberfish, I was able to get good close-up photographs even with my super-wide-angle lens.
    • We see images of a panther and a tiger in close-up pacing their cages.
    • If I missed a detail I would go back and film a close-up or something to help link the images.
    • The beginning of the film shows a selection of different modes of transport, all in close-up and fragmented.
    • The film is a slow zoom from an extreme wide shot of a room into an extreme close-up of a single image.
    • Cinematically put, you have to shoot at once in close-up and with a wide-angle lens.
    • If you take close-ups only occasionally, a simple set of screw-on close-up filters will provide an inexpensive solution.
    • The expressions on the faces of the players in close-up provoke emotion in the audience.
    • Images - including stark close-ups of people - are in crisp black and white.
    • Her photographs are mainly close-ups of trees, but also include patterns found on weathered concrete or left behind by removed posters.
    • Apparently the highlight of the film is a long close-up of a turtle eating grapes.
    • He toured the eerily dark and vacant structure to get a close-up view of the damage.
    • We did so, and moved towards the nearest exit that would still allow us a close-up view of the fireworks.
    • That's why, after a certain number of films, I couldn't stand looking at myself in close-up.
    • Wide shots of the men on the mountain are used, while actors play the pair in close-up scenes filmed in the European Alps.
    • Views shift from close-ups to vistas and from one angle of vision to another, as if captured by a peripatetic camera.
    • He decided, on the spur of the moment, to photograph their bodies in close-up.
    • As I positioned myself for some close-ups, my film ran out and I whipped out another reel to reload.
    • The predominant use of close-ups and extreme close-ups throughout the film also expresses this excess.