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6th Jun '17 1:32:30 AM MadSpy
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* Robert Rodriguez used whip pans at least once to disguise a cut. Selma Hayek was unable to film with the rest of the cast for some reason, so in one scene, they whip pan back and forth between Selma and a few mooks standing in opposite ends of a room. Of course, each side of the room is a completely different set shot at completely different times.

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* Robert Rodriguez used whip pans at least once to disguise a cut. Selma Salma Hayek was unable to film with the rest of the cast for some reason, so in one scene, they whip pan back and forth between Selma Salma and a few mooks standing in opposite ends of a room. Of course, each side of the room is a completely different set shot at completely different times.
3rd Jun '17 5:21:34 PM RAS310
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* Used most of the time on ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' as a transition to Animated Lizzie's comments.
* Scene-change method in the first season ''Series/Zoey101''.
2nd Dec '16 6:11:14 PM LongTallShorty64
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* In ''Film/MidnightMary'', Creator/WilliamAWellman uses them to give small details about Mary's tough life. It's used very well and gives a modern feel the film when [[UsefulNotes/ThePreCodeEra pre-code's]] generally had pacing issues.
12th Nov '16 5:17:19 AM Morgenthaler
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5th Aug '16 4:20:46 PM Morgenthaler
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The WhipPan is the act of panning the camera very rapidly from one subject to another, frequently blurring the images in between the subjects.

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The WhipPan Whip Pan is the act of panning the camera very rapidly from one subject to another, frequently blurring the images in between the subjects.
5th Aug '16 4:20:36 PM Morgenthaler
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27th May '16 5:20:47 PM WanderingTedium
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* We all experience a first-person view of this effect every time we focus our eyes from one object to another, complete with the blurring of vision mid-movement, thanks to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saccadic_masking saccadic masking]]. The brain cannot process images fully unless the subject consciously focuses on what's being looked at, so it doesn't bother midway. Thus, the blurring effect translates as such to the cinematic whip pan.
4th Apr '16 11:52:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* Used frequently on ''NYPDBlue''.

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* Used frequently on ''NYPDBlue''.''Series/NYPDBlue''.



* ''{{Spaced}}'' often used it, especially when transitioning to a CutawayGag.

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* ''{{Spaced}}'' ''Series/{{Spaced}}'' often used it, especially when transitioning to a CutawayGag.
29th Feb '16 1:03:59 PM magmablock
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** Also used sometimes in ''Spaced''.

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** Also used sometimes in ''Spaced''. And pretty much any Creator/EdgarWright project, really.
7th Sep '15 8:39:11 PM jamespolk
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* Used in one scene of ''Film/APageOfMadness'', a film set in an insane asylum, to rapidly pan around to various insane inmates doing their crazy things. The speed of the cutting increases until the camera is left simply spinning for a little bit, to symbolize confusion.
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