Grammar Patterns

in N

The 'close-up' group

These nouns are used to indicate the way that something is seen or is filmed.
He has the theory that American actors are better in close-up.
He'd turned his head away; his face was in profile, utterly still, mask-like.
  • in close-up
  • in cross-section
  • in freeze-frame
  • in profile
  • in silhouette
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