Framing means properly surrounding the subject of a shot by the edges of the actual boundaries of the film. All that is seen in the viewfinder of a camera does not always translate directly into the proper centering of the subject.

Framing is a technical nuance learned in the process of photography. Framing also refers to adjusting a projector so that the horizontal and vertical axes of the screened-image are in proper coordination with one another so that the bottom edge of the filmed image is not showing at the top of the screen (and vice versa).

-see also:
"Framing" is in the NAICS Code "238130"
  (Framing ContractorsPost frame contractors)


"Framing" is in the UNSPSC Code "30103603"
  Framing lumber

Ref: 123874/2006-09-27


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