What It Is: Psycho Screenshots Why I Like It: It depicts prominant scenes within Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' that suit the genre of 'suspense'. The camera shots used within the film made it stand out amongst other horror films, therefore making it unique and memorable. For example, extreme close ups are extensively used for effect.

What It Is: Psycho Screenshots Why I Like It: It depicts prominant scenes within Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' that suit the genre of 'suspense'. The camera shots used within the film made it stand out amongst other horror films, therefore making it unique and memorable. For example, extreme close ups are extensively used for effect.

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This extreme close-up painting of folds of human flesh could be interpreted in terms of folding, rolling skin.

This extreme close-up painting of folds of human flesh could be interpreted in terms of folding, rolling skin.

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At first I thought these images can't be real so I spent ages staring in the mirror and if you look closely you can see its real.....amazing

At first I thought these images can't be real so I spent ages staring in the mirror and if you look closely you can see its real.....amazing

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extreme close up of human eye macro suren manvelyan (17) #photography #macro

extreme close up of human eye macro suren manvelyan (17) #photography #macro

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Suren Manvelyan is an Armenian photographer that captures extreme close-ups of eyes, with all their relief.

Suren Manvelyan is an Armenian photographer that captures extreme close-ups of eyes, with all their relief.

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"Close Up Freckles Again," original portrait painting by artist Thomas Saliot (France) available at Saatchi Art #SaatchiArt

"Close Up Freckles Again," original portrait painting by artist Thomas Saliot (France) available at Saatchi Art #SaatchiArt

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