Bin the close-ups I hope the King George is not going to be ruined by ridiculous close-ups.
What does CU stand for?
CU stands for Close-Up
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We have 33 other meanings of CU in our Acronym Attic
- Chulalongkorn University
- City University (main campus in Washington State)
- Civil Union
- Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC)
- Clark University (Worcester, MA)
- Clarkson University (Potsdam, NY)
- Clemson University
- Client Utility
- Close Up
- Close Utilization (forestry)
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Readers can see the whole page on the screen and zoom in for close-ups of individual cartoon cells.
It is an intriguing film in some ways, with lovely swirling images, and Wong's distinctive emphasis on close-ups and faces, suggesting an interiority of mood and feeling.
Rick Sammon's travel and nature photography; lessons on taking great pictures of city life, close-ups, interiors, landscapes, people, seascapes, underwater scenes, and wildlife.
Chapters discuss gardening as connection, balance, memory, healing, hope, spiritual practice, and resistance throughout the ages, and the beautiful full-color photography throughout illustrates breathtaking close-ups of flowers and wide-angle views of trees at sunrise and sunset.
Packed with both step-by-step inlay illustrations of close-ups for drawing hands, inking approaches, and capturing action and color drawings of full finished products, FANTASTIC REALMS offers everything from coloring keys and notes on texturing and shading to using variety and bar sweeps to give an atmosphere to movement.
Most images are close-ups of actors because panoramic scenes tend to blur.
The book ends with a description of the photographic process and the tricks involved in getting close-ups of tiny animals.