Yes, stop motion (or go motion) is frame by frame claymation, sometimes though you could do it with any object you need to have-- movement with.
A DSLR isn't the best option, even with cine lenses, there is variation frame to frame which looks like strobing/pulsing on occasion. It can be worked out, of course, but sometimes isn't ideal. Granted last time i did this was awhile a go on an old Nikon DSLR (D90 i think?) and things maybe have gotten better. In face, I wonder if something like a mirrorless camera, which as it doesn't have a mechanical shutter, may be a little more stable exposure to exposure.
It takes a long long time to do, mind you, every second will be 24 exposures and you'll be missing the motion blur, obviously, though that is part of the look.
Once you shoot it all you can bring it into any NLE and have it interprit each still as 1 frame. How to tell the NLE to do that would depend upon the specific editing program.
From that, I'd perhaps export it as a master clip without any dissolves or titles or the like-- basically just straight cuts, then bring that into resolve and color correct off of a video file as opposed to a series of stills-- who knows if it would matter but in my head that just makes more sense to do, and easier to deal with in terms of media management.