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* Creator/TurnerClassicMovies makes heavy use of this in the short documentaries sometimes used as filler between features. Typically a film still, or a production still, or a photo of a movie star, will be subjected to extensive panning.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheMoonAndTheSonAnImaginedConversation'': Used repeatedly for the still pictures of the narrator, his father, and their family, as the son tells the story of his toxic relationship with his dad. Sometimes also used with animated backgrounds.
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\n* ''Film/ThreeBrothers'': Both pans and zooms used when Raffaele is looking over the crime scene photos of a judge, like him, who was assassinated by terrorists.

6th Jun '17 10:22:59 PM SmytheOrdo
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* ''Film/BattlesWithoutHonorAndHumanity'' uses this in the recap of the events that begins each film, and during some transition sequences.
17th Apr '17 5:46:02 PM Ezclee4050
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* ''The Creator/JamesDean Story'', a 1957 documentary co-directed by a young Creator/RobertAltman, was an early example, generally employing quick pans and zooms. The film's intro touts its use of "a new technique--dynamic exploration of the still photograph."
11th Apr '17 11:25:59 AM jamespolk
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Walking}}'': Before all the shots of people walking, there are several stills of people not walking—sitting in cars, at home in apartments, waiting on a bus. The camera glides over these stills, which act in contrast to the exuberant motion of the people walking.



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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Walking}}'': Before all the shots of people walking, there are several stills of people not walking—sitting in cars, at home in apartments, waiting on a bus. The camera glides over these stills, which act in contrast to the exuberant motion of the people walking.
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11th Apr '17 11:24:29 AM jamespolk
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Walking}}'': Before all the shots of people walking, there are several stills of people not walking—sitting in cars, at home in apartments, waiting on a bus. The camera glides over these stills, which act in contrast to the exuberant motion of the people walking.
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* ''Anime/BelladonnaOfSadness'': Takes LimitedAnimation to its logical extreme, as much of the film is simply a camera panning and zooming around still drawings.
7th Mar '17 5:11:28 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/OJMadeInAmerica'' uses this trope fairly sparingly, usually with slight zooms meant to focus attention on the subject of a picture, commonly O.J. Simpson.
29th Jan '17 7:39:38 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/BlackAndWhiteInColor'' uses this throughout the opening credits, which play over a series of era-appropriate early 1900s still pictures of French soldiers. It's a film set in a French colony in Africa in 1915.



* ''Film/{{Dillinger}}'' uses this for the opening credits, in which the credits play over a series of stills of the Great Depression as the camera pans and zooms. This is also used for a couple of [[TimePassesMontage Time Passes Montages]] within the movie.



* ''Film/{{Dillinger}}'' uses this for the opening credits, in which the credits play over a series of stills of the Great Depression as the camera pans and zooms. This is also used for a couple of [[TimePassesMontage Time Passes Montages]] within the movie.

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* ''Film/{{Dillinger}}'' uses this for the opening credits, in which the credits play over a series of stills of the Great Depression as the camera pans and zooms. This is also used for a couple of [[TimePassesMontage Time Passes Montages]] within the movie.

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