I will create a video and publish it on YouTube. A segment of the video is a voice-over slideshow-like sequence of images. (I will zoom some images, also some "slides" may be a combination of multiple images.) Some of these images are under a CC-BY-SA license.
Is such video a derivative work of the images? If the answer is yes, then how one could include images in a video without making it a derivative work?
Note: It seems that any inclusion of music in a video makes the video a derivative work of the music. But for images, I couldn't find what the consensus is.