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~camera flash systems 14:332h flashback, narrative technique of interrupt~ ing
the chronological sequence of a work of fiction. drama, or motion picture to
interject events of earlier occurrence that bear on the immediate situation.
“Frame” may also refer to the s ific focus of a camera on one object or activrty to
the exclusion of surrounding objects or situations. In this sense, the camera "
frames" the action. Orson Welles, in Citizen Kane (1941), was one of the first to
Lemon tion-picture pioneer, who, in collaboration with Mortimer Evans, invented
the first practical motion-picture camera. After opening a photographic studio in
London in the mid1880s, Friese-Greene began to experiment with motion ...
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