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4th Aug '15 11:46:58 AM GeniusInTheLamp
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* This effect was used for the old-timey photos shown in the opening credits of ''Series/{{Cheers}}''.
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* This effect was used for the old-timey photos shown in the opening credits of ''Series/{{Cheers}}''. ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', as well as the intro to the final season of Series/TheVirginian ("The Men from Shiloh").
27th Jul '15 5:38:10 PM jamespolk
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* This effect was used for the old-timey photos shown in the opening credits of ''Series/{{Cheers}}''.
25th Jan '15 6:53:10 PM gallium
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* ''Film/ButchCassidyAndTheSundanceKid'' uses this to liven up the photo montage that illustrates the gang's trip to New York City and thence to South America.
25th Jan '15 6:25:52 PM gallium
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* In the 1997 informative video ''Film/TheKidsGuideToTheInternet'', the webpages of 1997 were small and text-heavy. To make it visible to the viewer, the page is zoomed in and panned left to right.

* In the 1997 informative video ''Film/TheKidsGuideToTheInternet'', the webpages of 1997 were small and text-heavy. To make it visible to the viewer, the page is zoomed in and panned left to right.
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* In the 1997 informative video ''Film/TheKidsGuideToTheInternet'', the webpages of 1997 were small and text-heavy. To make it visible to the viewer, the page is zoomed in and panned left to right.
14th Jan '15 2:14:35 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* In the 1997 informative video ''Film/TheKidsGuideToTheInternet'', the webpages of 1997 were small and text-heavy. To make it visible to the viewer, the page is zoomed in and panned left to right.
6th Jan '15 3:47:09 PM allium
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* The opening credits of ''Film/SoylentGreen'' use this effect to portray the progression of life in the US from the wide-open prairies of the turn of the late 19th century to the crowded cities of today (and the far-off future of 2022).
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* The opening credits of ''Film/SoylentGreen'' use this effect to portray the progression of life in the US from the wide-open prairies of the turn of the late 19th century to the crowded polluted, overcrowded cities of today (and the far-off future of 2022). 1970.
6th Jan '15 3:42:01 PM allium
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[[redirect:{{Kinestasis}]]
6th Jan '15 3:41:35 PM allium
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added redirect from Kinestasis
Also known as "kinestasis", the "Ken Burns Effect" is a camera technique that allows the filmmaker to retain some visual interest when all there is to work with is a static image. The camera focuses on part of the image, then slowly pans over it, optionally zooming slowly in or out as it does so. This can be used to slowly reveal details in the case of panning or zooming out, or focusing attention on specific details in the case of zooming in.
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[[redirect:{{Kinestasis}]] Also known as "kinestasis", the "Ken Ken Burns Effect" Effect is a camera technique that allows the filmmaker to retain some visual interest when all there is to work with is a static image. The camera focuses on part of the image, then slowly pans over it, optionally zooming slowly in or out as it does so. This can be used to slowly reveal details in the case of panning or zooming out, or focusing attention on specific details in the case of zooming in.
6th Jan '15 3:16:40 PM allium
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kinestasis, Soylent Green
The Ken Burns Effect is a camera technique that allows the filmmaker to retain some visual interest when all there is to work with is a static image. The camera focuses on part of the image, then slowly pans over it, optionally zooming slowly in or out as it does so. This can be used to slowly reveal details in the case of panning or zooming out, or focusing attention on specific details in the case of zooming in.
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The Ken Also known as "kinestasis", the "Ken Burns Effect Effect" is a camera technique that allows the filmmaker to retain some visual interest when all there is to work with is a static image. The camera focuses on part of the image, then slowly pans over it, optionally zooming slowly in or out as it does so. This can be used to slowly reveal details in the case of panning or zooming out, or focusing attention on specific details in the case of zooming in.

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* The opening credits of ''Film/SoylentGreen'' use this effect to portray the progression of life in the US from the wide-open prairies of the turn of the late 19th century to the crowded cities of today (and the far-off future of 2022).
18th Dec '14 11:54:47 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/ClassicAlbums'': The camera will zoom in on still pictures or details of the album covers.
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* ''Series/ClassicAlbums'': The camera will zoom in on still pictures or details of the album covers. covers. * ''Film/InTheRealmsOfTheUnreal'', about the works of outsider artist Henry Darger, cuts the art of Darger into layers and pans across them at different speeds to create a parallax effect that makes the images look more three-dimensional.
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