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* Ken Burns was the TropeCodifier with ''The Civil War'', which was all photos and TalkingHeads, but he uses it in all his documentaries, including projects such as ''Series/TheVietnamWar'' that have plenty of live-action footage.
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* ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' slowly pans the camera across detailed black-and-white illustrations while explaining each zone's particular industry, e.g. farming cattle for metal.
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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it (for example, Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across a painted alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''

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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it (for example, ''(e.g.,'' Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across a painted alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''
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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it ''(e.g.,'' Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across a painted alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''

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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it ''(e.g.,'' (for example, Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across a painted alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''
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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it ''(e.g.,'' Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across an alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''

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Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it ''(e.g.,'' Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across an a painted alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''
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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it (i.e., Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across an alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''

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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique.

Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it (i.e., ''(e.g.,'' Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across an alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''
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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it.

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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "Filmation Pan," because [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it.
it (i.e., Kirk delivering his "Captain's Log" summary as we slowly pan across an alien landscape in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries).''
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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "[[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] Pan," because Filmation made such frequent use of it.

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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "[[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] "Filmation Pan," because Filmation [[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] made such frequent use of it.
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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique.

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[[TropeNamer The technique is named after]] documentary filmmaker Creator/KenBurns, who used it extensively in ''TheCivilWar'' and other documentaries. Burns himself credits Jerome Liebling and the 1957 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''City of Gold'' as his inspirations for the technique.
technique. Among animators, this technique is sometimes called a "[[{{Creator/Filmation}} Filmation]] Pan," because Filmation made such frequent use of it.
3rd Aug '17 2:07:48 PM jamespolk
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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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