Peter and Josie Purcell, both 70, and their sons Keith, 44, and Glen, 41, were all shot in the head at close range
at their Benwell Grove home in 2006.
But instead of shooting each at close range
with a lightweight handheld camera in pursuit of highly dramatic, compositionally arresting, and instantly legible fragments of larger situations--the photojournalistic norm--he employs large-format, frequently panoramic cameras in order to include vastly more of the scene before him in terms both of lateral extension and of sheer quantity of visual information.
The suspect shot the victim at close range
with a 9 mm pistol.
Mr Scott was told at Feldon's veterinary centre, in Guy Street, Leamington, that Watson could have been shot at close range.
The vet told us it could have been at close range, or, because of the angle, from someone leaning out of a window.
VICTIM: Oliver Scott with his pet cat Watson, who is now recovering from being shot in the face at close range with an airgun
He never expected such a close-range shot to present itself, but because he'd practiced at close range he knew where to aim to make a deadly shot.
Practicing at close range and at steep downward and upward angles is one obvious preparation.
But the Essex club stung by Stallard's goal quickly equalised when Forbes crashed home a shot at close range
from a Dunne cross.
PALMDALE - Four Palmdale men have been charged with attempt murder in the assault of a 19-year-old who was shot in the face at close range
on a Palmdale street.
Two minutes into stoppage time sub Brian Quailey squeezed the ball in from close range for an equaliser, before Flack fired home the winner at close range
after Darren Rowbotham's cross.
The striker was completely unmarked after he was picked out by Challis but was denied by Bayes at close range
But when a hunter becomes stressed or fatigued, the loads can become a bit hard to hit birds with at close ranges
, due to those very tight patterns.