What is another word for stills?
[ stˈɪlz], [ stˈɪlz], [ s_t_ˈɪ_l_z]
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Synonyms for Stills:
v.• calms (verb)
- marks time,
- settles down,
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
- peace of mind,
- at least,
- all during,
- all along,
- then again,
- all the same,
- after all,
- dead silence,
- for ever.
How to use "Stills" in context?
Stills are an often overlooked photographic technique that produce amazing images. They are perfect for capturing moments in time when a camera is frozen in one position. A still can be as simple as a hand holding a camera, or as complex as a scene photographed against a motionless backdrop.
Stills can be used to capture details, emotions, and movements that would otherwise be difficult to capture in motion. They can also be personalized to create a unique photo that captures the essence of a person or event.
There are many different ways to create stills. Some photographers rely on Internal Camera Movement, or Motion Stamp Photography, to create still images.
Paraphrases for Stills:
Paraphrases are highlighted according to their relevancy:
- Noun, plural
photo, Photos, Shots, postcards, images, photographs, pictures, snapshots, PICS, polaroids.
Verb, 3rd person singular present
Photos, photographs, pictures.
- Noun, plural
Homophones for Stills:
- sightly, stately, saxatile, steadily, sedalia, staidly, statute title, saddle, stool, schedule, scuttle, seidel, societal, suicidal, steel, stole, sidewall, stall, St. Leo I, sadly, stile, systole, skittle, swaddle, steele, steal, stilly, stael, statute law, stella, steal away, sedately, stilwell, stela, study hall, sweetly, skittle alley, stale, sagittal, sweet oil, sidle, stoolie, stele, settle, sitwell, steely, style, steel wool, sea dahlia, staddle, sweet wattle, shot hole, skedaddle, seattle, shuttle.
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