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frame

(1) generally refers to the boundaries or sides within which a picture is contained. (2) The visible boundaries of a camera’s viewfinder. (3) The area of a single exposure on a film. (4) An element in a scene, like a branch or doorway, that frames the subject. (5) A decorative border surrounding a print or digital image.

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frame

One individual picture on a roll of film. Also, a tree branch, arch, etc., that frames a subject.
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frame

One of many still pictures that make up a video.
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frame

A single image (of a series of them) on a piece of film. There are 24 frames per second.
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frame

An individual picture image which eventually appears on a print.
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frame

Any one of the series of pictures that make up exposed rolls of still or movie film. Also, the outer limits of an image, especially when it sits on a piano. See: Framing and Aspect Ratio.
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