I recently re-appreciated the cinematography in the film, noticing several establishing shots included long camera pans. I have taken some of these pans and used them to create wide-format panoramic images which I am presenting here.
I hope other fans of the film will enjoy these as much as I enjoyed making them.
Panorama of the village of Anatevka in the pre-dawn light at the opening of the film:
At 1:17:25, there is pan across a cornfield right before the scene in which Chava is harassed by Russian farm workers:
This is from the sequence in which Tevye recalls his "dream" to Golde in order to convince her that Motel should be Tzeitel's groom. The camera pans right to left across the faces of their deceased relatives:
The scene where Perchik is giving a lesson to the two youngest daughters begins with a closeup of the river and then pans left and out, which makes possible this unusual composite image:
Just after the intermission, the film reopens with a pan across a cornfield during harvest:
Near the end of the film, after the townspeople are forced to leave their village, there is a very long slow pan across the deserted village of Anatevka, ending on the stoic face of the Constable: