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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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7th Mar '17 7:35:44 PM jamespolk
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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.

25th Jan '17 9:44:08 AM jamespolk
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* Both ''Manga/LadySnowblood'' and sequel ''Film/LadySnowblood2LoveSongOfVengeance'' have sequences with stills and drawings, a nod to the original comic, complete with pans and zooms.

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* Both ''Manga/LadySnowblood'' ''Film/LadySnowblood'' and sequel ''Film/LadySnowblood2LoveSongOfVengeance'' have sequences with stills and drawings, a nod to the original comic, complete with pans and zooms.
24th Jan '17 4:51:39 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/GatesOfHeaven'': Used only once, when Phillip Harbert points to a framed photo of William James, and the camera pans over the photo while Harbert recites a James quote: "Emotions are not always subject to reason but they are always subject to action."
18th Jan '17 10:20:27 AM jamespolk
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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.
9th Jan '17 2:10:44 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/HeartsAndMinds'': Used sparingly, as the film is mostly live footage. One instance shows a picture of Ho Chi Minh, then zooms out from the picture as Senator Fulbright muses about how Ho wrote to the United States government in 1946, expecting support for a rebellion against colonial oppression.
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