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11/4/2013 Planning a film Video Production
11/4/2013 Idea Concept Storyboard
11/4/2013 Idea Have you got something that you want to communicate with other people? Write it down Draw a picture Get it down on paper Write a synopsis
11/4/2013 Concept Audience –What style will you use: Journalist Movie like What is your objective? –Inform –Entertain –Educate
11/4/2013 Storyboard What are Storyboards? They allow for: –Shot Planning –Setting up the visual environment –Timing –Creating transitions –Editing in the camera
11/4/2013 Camera shots These shots can be shown on a storyboard: Long shot Establishes a location Medium Shot Establishes relationships Close Up Explains by showing detail
11/4/2013 Close up (CU)
11/4/2013 Medium Shot (MS)
11/4/2013 Wide Angle (WA)
11/4/2013 Extreme Close Up (ECU)
11/4/2013 Remember A storyboard should give a guide to how your film progresses. It does not have to be beautifully drawn. It can show transitions and shots within the film It can show scenes or even individual shots within scenes
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