I was watching this music video, and my question is about the shot at minute 1:04 -> 1:06, where he leans into the camera and the background seems with no movements.
Does this effect have a name?
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It looks to me like they're using a zoom lens to create the effect, combined with a pan and move in then out.
If you look at the whole shot, they start with [I'm guessing] a 35mm focal length. As he walks out of shot to get in the vehicle, they zoom wider to [again guessing] 18mm or so; then as they swing round to find him in the car the camera just moves towards him. There's a point at which it looks like the camera hits something - probably intentional as part of the look & feel - then they pull back [move the camera away again] as he leans into the lens.
18mm isn't wide enough to really be classed as a fish-eye, but if you're really close to it you do get a hint of that effect - big nose, little ears.
The lens lengths have to be guesswork, as we don't know what format 'film' [sensor size these days for digital] they are using.