Storyboard Commentary: Drawing Pans (Panorama Shots)

In today's storyboard commentary, the topic is Pans. "Pan" is short for "Panorama Shot," a camera move in which we move the viewer from left to right, or right to left, or vertically or diagonally.

The video window below looks small, but if you click on the full-screen button (at the bottom right of the video), it'll look nice and BIG!

Here are some examples of pans from my storyboards on SpongeBob, Phineas & Ferb and Hey Arnold:
SpongeBob-PAN-Plankton- FUN-Show Phineas-Ferb-Pan-Old-Doofenshmirtz Phineas-Ferb-DiagPan-movie-theater Phineas-Ferb-Pan-Perry-Doofenshmirtz Phineas-Ferb-Pan-PerryPhineas-Ferb-Pan-Danville Phineas-Ferb-Pan-Race Hey_Arnold_SallysComet-PAN Hey_Arnold_MagicShow-Pan

I've been answering many of your questions in the blog comments, while other questions are answered in the videos. If your question hasn't been answered yet, It's probably because I'm trying to answer them in the context of the topic of the I promise I'll get to them all ^_^

Next storyboarding commentary video:
"When To Cut"
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