After Effects Tutorial - Whip Pan
After Effects Tutorial Description:
A Whip Pan is a technique where by two separate shots are animated in a fashion to make them look like one continuous camera shot.
The idea is to lock the tripod tilt function off and film a shot, then pan to the left or right (or both if you’re crazy enough) and film another shot. This is a good way to add characters (such as a police squad) to a shot if your budget is low and you want to duplicate your actor as a few different characters.
The technique is very simple in post production (the tutorial) and requires only a few keyframes and a bit of motion blur.
I hope this idea helps a few beginners and maybe the technique in itself is more useful than what you learn from this tutorial.
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