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There's a good discussion of it – "it" being "datamoshing" here. Not just how it's done, but also why you probably should not do it.
If your editing software can produce motion from the still image you can just take the last frame of from the previous portion of the video and set the stationary and moving points (and if you are doing some 3D-like effect akin to rotating in the Z-axis also the depth values). Another approach is if you have a video that records the 'effect' and then you ...
I like @stib's suggestions, and I have another option. (This will only work if the actor/actress doesn't move across frame much, and the camera isn't moving.) Shoot the actor/actress in front of a green screen. Take a still of the background, and doctor it up in Photoshop or some similar program so there is a "glow" around that part of the image. When you ...
You certainly could get a long way in camera. You might want to add a diffusion filter to your lens - or a stocking if you can't afford one, certainly a strong backlight, and by the looks of it maybe a touch of diffused fog. Then in post grade it up until the skin tone is starting to get crushed to white.
That is a very simple perspective shift or 3d transform of a video layer. It can be fairly easily accomplished in any decent non-linear video editor or trivially in After Effects. You simply have to scale the video to fill the frame and then apply a perspective distortion to it to make it appear to be off angle from the "camera". Alternately, a 3d ...
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