A freezing phase concept has been proposed for adaptive coherent control with a femtosecond pulse shaper. We applied the scheme to investigate multiphoton processes in InAs quantum dot saturable Bragg reflector (SBR). The optical transition of InAs quantum dots can be revealed in the spectral phase sensitivity plot of second harmonic signal. We also achieved a three-time increase in image contrast on regions with photoluminescent wavelength differing only 18 nm by using coherent control nonlinear optical microscopy. Our results suggest the new freezing phase scheme to be useful for various investigations which require fast and reliable complete-field characterization and coherent control on one setup.