Definition of framing in English:

framing

Line breaks: fram¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈfreɪmɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1The action of framing something.
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  • In watching the film, you'll see several unsteady shots and many instances of bad framing.
  • Individuals are captured in close-ups and medium shots, while framing is indirect and frazzled.
  • The issue of framing, both narrowly and broadly defined, was a focus of the exhibition.
1.1Frames collectively.
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  • The advantage of oversize framing, however, is its sheer visual impact.
  • In oversize framing, however, the moulding is a primary support for the object's weight.
  • At the time, it sold mainly posters and offered do-it-yourself framing.

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