editing stills in a interesting way for showreel

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  07 July 2013
editing stills in a interesting way for showreel

Hi all,
I'm currently editing together my reel and me being a character artist I have a few still renders that wish to show off however I don't want to do the standard ken burns effect of panning and zooming as I want it to be edgy and fast paced. I was wondering do you guys have examples or tutorials on how I can make my stills look interesting for my reel apart from using star wipes everywhere.
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  07 July 2013
What I often do when I have to display a still work on a showreel (or anything else video related) is that I import it in C4D and make some nice travelling moves with the camera. It adds live and it often looks great
  07 July 2013
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