n. (plural of blowup English)
Usage examples of "blowups".
We're covering the walls with photo blowups, and I must tell you about the violent controversy that arose.
Photo blowups and newspaper clippings were grouped under four dates: May 13, 1904 - Photo of rescue crew at Goodwinter Mine.
The three blowups showed the man's face, each one staring straight at the camera.
Their eyes were locked on the reconnaissance photographs - an exotic dancer would not have drawn the sort of focus that was aimed at the blowups from the Buffalo Hunter drone.
His badge enabled him to have five blowups of the small ID photo made in less than ten minutes.