Ok, so I'm 'a day late and a dollar short' on this posting but I just had to comment! After watching friends (yet again, seriously I have no life) I got a glimpse into one of the most iconic forms of motion from an old TV series that Joey and Chandler were watching.
I seriously don't know how I didn't think about it before but it will definitely be an 'ah ha' moment for most...
For those who don't know what Baywatch is, it's a TV series of the 90's about the Los Angeles County Lifeguards who patrol the beaches in California. The series I'm sure had a more complex plot but most people tuned-in to watch the sexy cast (like Pamela Anderson and Yasmine Bleeth) run in slow motion in tight bathing suits.
The first link is the episode of friends I was watching when the infamous Baywatch came on and made me think of this blog post and the second video is the actual Baywatch introduction.
Baywatch is primarily primary motion, on screen movement of the talent, but secondary motion is also evident, especially panning.