Film Language Tag: whip pan
A pan that is so fast the background details become blurred and generally unrecognizable. A whip pan can be used to move quickly from one subject to another without a cut, to hide a cut between two shots, or as a transition from one scene or location to another. Whip pans are often used to show two scenes that are happening simultaneously, as if the camera were showing one scene then moved very fast to a second location to show a new scene unfolding at that same time.
31 Film Clips
5 Series Clips
Nate and Maddy
"Pilot", Euphoria: Season 1, Episode 1
Nate (Jacob Elordi) and Maddy (Alexa Demie) broke up and are trying to get back at one another at a party.
Mark and Sophie
"Warring Factions", Peep Show: Season 1, Episode 1
Embarrassing things happened between Mark (David Mitchell) and Sophie (Olivia Colman) on the bus.
Carrie's Weekend With Patience and Peter
"Bay Of Married Pigs", Sex and the City: Season 1, Episode 3
Carrie is invited to go up to the Hamptons beach house by Patience and Peter.
Data Takes Over
"Brothers", Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 4, Episode 3
With his homing signal activated, Data takes control of the USS Enterprise and blocks the crew from stopping him.
Athens and Paris
"Whenever You're Ready", The Good Place: Season 4, Episode 13
Eleanor takes Chidi to his favorite international spots to prevent him from leaving the good place.