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Is it common as a cinematographer to try and position the optical system in a manner where the entrance pupil serves as the axis of rotation, in order to prevent parallax (change in perspective) during camera movements? Is this only used in VFX or would it in theory also improve the naturalism of panning camera movements in general?
I came across this video on the front page of Youtube today. I'm not particularly impressed with the content of the video itself, but a 'scene' caught my eye. At 0:12 to 0:14 seconds, there is this distinct 3D look, as if the girls have been frozen in time while we look at them through different angles. I'm really curious how they did this. For example, one girl is mid-air and another has her hair sticking up all whilst the camera pans the room. There is a similar scene afterward at 0:18 to 0:20 seconds, where the girls look frozen (but the objects in the room are moving in slow mo) while the camera pans the room quickly. Does anyone know or have any idea of how they created this 3D effect? I've been stabbing guesses here and there but I've honestly gone nowhere. I guess I don't really have an eye for these sort of things, so if anyone can lead me in the right direction, I'd be oh so thankful.