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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
Narration/dialogue: Camera motion: Video effect: Audio effect: Shot duration: Transition to next scene: Storyboard Panel #
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Know your film terms…. Take a look at the following screens, and try to names the shot or camera angle you can see by writing them down. You may work.
Medium shot (MS) Close-up shot (CU) Extreme close-up shot (ECU)
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Storyboarding The Why and the How…. A set of drawings that represent screen layout sequences First used by filmmakers to plan the sequences of movie scenes.
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Video Composition And Camera Movements. Composition Long shot (LS) Medium shot (MS) Close up (CU) Universal units of composition.
Storyboarding Where It All Begins. The Storyboard The first step is to understand what you are trying to communicate and what your intended message is.
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Bell Ringer April 11, Exams: group work, don’t procrastinate, work ethic, program use, etc. 2.Take out your notes.
SB Level III Unit 1 Activity 4. In the “My Notes” side bar on page 11, number from Using the “Visual Techniques” chart on page 11 in your SpringBoard.
9 J Carranballac New Inventors. What’s in a storyboard? Today we are going to explore the components needed to create a storyboard for our Inventors TV.
Storyboards. What is a storyboard? A sequence of drawings, typically with some directions and dialogue, representing the shot planned for a movie or.
Objective: 1. Learn to analyze critically Music Videos and understand how they are produced. 2. Create a music video based upon a visual artist, and use.
Shot Types. Starter What does this shot type show and what is the effect?
CREATING A SHORT VIDEO My video. Why creating a video? Content shared in a powerful and engaging way Dynamic resource for supporting curricula Powerful.
The Design Cycle Making a Short Movie. What is the Design Cycle? The Design Cycle is a model of thinking that allows students to: –Inquire & Analyze,
Elements of Film Basic Film Terms. Shot: a segment of film; an image that begins when the camera is started and ends either when the camera is stopped.
The Language of Video. Shot Measured from Record to Pause The building blocks of a project.
WORD OF THE DAY COLLABORATE: collaborate |kəˈlabəˌrāt | verb work jointly on an activity, esp. to produce or create something : he collaborated with a.
Camera Shots & Angles +Terminology. Subject Distance- distance between the camera and the subject being shot Types include: close-up medium shot wide.
Storyboard Day 3/3 E.Lyon Bell Work )How was the sub last class? 2)Where you able to work on your storyboard with your group? 3)What.
Video Shots & Angles Terminology
1 Framing a shot – Field of View Wide Shot (WS) Establishes location COM 163 – Chapter 6: Looking Through the Viewfinder.
CINEMATIC TECHNIQUES AND THEIR EFFECTS. TYPES OF SHOTS Type of ShotDescriptionEffect Establishing ShotOften a long shot or a series of shots that sets.
Storyboarding Multimedia Broadcast. What is a storyboard? A storyboard is a drawing that represents the idea of what you think you would like your scripted.
A European Journey through Life and Change How to tell a story? Technologies of telling a story.
Getting into it: Understanding film techniques. There is more to a film than just watching… Cinematic techniques are methods employed by film makers to.
NMED 2030 Feb. 6 th NMED 2030 Today’s Class… Video Assignment Production Day.
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Storyboard Digital Wizards Adapted from Filmmaking: Creating and Organizing the Story By Elizabeth Pringle.
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