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Myself, I'll only do the tight shot, close shot, otherwise the big wide shot, I'll let someone else do it.
It is also shot beautifully, on location, and Boone's ability to use close shots interposed with landscapes and architecture makes the viewer feel as if they are genuinely standing in the middle of the story.
We may never have found out about the incident if the game concerned hadn't been live on TV and a close shot of Hardaker hadn't given us the chance to read his lips.
Nine minutes later it was a close shave for Khaldi's Emirati counterpart Ali Khaseif as Fahad Al Ansari, Bader Al Mutwa and Hussain Hakem all had their close shots saved, the Emirati defence just managing to scramble the ball clear.
Luke was beside himself for missing the close shot," said Shupe.
Butler then hit one of two free shots before a two-point close shot rimmed out and the buzzer sounded as Keirl grabbed the rebound, ending the match 53-50.
The editors have done a nuanced job, balancing wide and close shots of the sparkling Karinska costumes.
Maier scored on a close shot in the 22nd minute to put the Kingsmen ahead.