freeze frame

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or freeze frame (frēz′frām′)
1. A still image in a cinematic work made by showing a series of identical frames or by stopping a film or video at one desired frame, usually representing the suspension of action or time.
2. A vivid, motionless scene or image.

freeze′-frame′ v.
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freeze′ frame`

an optical effect or technique in which a single frame of film is reprinted in a continuous series so as to give the effect of a still photograph when shown.
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His new book, Freeze Frame, is out and there will be a chance to get Doug to sign a copy.
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Doug's presentation also includes mesmerising footage and remarkable photographs from his trips that also feature in his book Freeze Frame, about his life as a polar cameraman.
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The drama techniques used in the project were mind movies, which transports learning to another time, place or event; on-the-table, in which a class is presented with an object and scrutinized from interesting angles; miming movement, or acting out ideas without speech to think about how living things or objects work; freeze frame, to create a still image; modelling, similar to freeze frame except creating a representation rather than showing how the organism works; hot seating, where a teacher or children with particular knowledge or expertise sit in the hot seat to be questioned; mini-historical plays to dramatize a science story; and monologues from well-known scientists written by children to explain the individual's work.
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The experiences are extraordinary, the challenges many, explains film critic and author, Anupama Chopra in her latest book Freeze Frame ( Om Books; ` 395).