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Storyboards. What is a story board? Panel, or series of panels, in which a set of sketches is arranged depicting the important changed of scene & action in a series of shots A story board is a visual script or plan of the camera shots that will tell the story . Why make a storyboard?.

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Storyboards

Storyboards

What is a story board?

Panel, or series of panels, in which a set of sketches is arranged depicting the important changed of scene & action in a series of shots

A story board is a visual script or plan of the camera shots that will tell the story


Why make a storyboard

Why make a storyboard?

1. provides means for brainstorming

2. helps visualize what the final product will look like

3. helps use time and resources to the best advantage

4. makes it easier to plan and edit

5. cuts down on amount of editing time

6. keeps the whole group on the same page

7. helps avoid missed opportunities for camera shots that could have been taken


Why make a storyboard1

Why make a storyboard?

Creating a storyboard will help plan the animation shot by shot.

Can make changes to your storyboard before starting animation

Provides chance to discuss and receive feedback


What to include

What to include…

What characters are in the frame, how are they moving?

What are the characters saying to each other, if anything?

How much time has passed between the last frame and the current?

Where the “camera” is in the scene. (far away, close up, moving)


What to include1

What to include…

Notes about:

The approximate time for each scene

Movement or transition from one scene to another

Any special camera angles

Any special effects


Steps to video taping

Steps to video taping…

PLAN-

  • Pre-production

    • Creating a script

    • Deciding on camera shots

    • Creating storyboard

      SHOOT-

  • Production

    • Taping/filming


Steps to video taping1

Steps to video taping…

EDIT-

  • Post-production

    • Editing

      RENDER-

  • Presenting


Remember

Remember:

A storyboard is not the final product (it does NOT have to be perfect! Just get the point across)

A storyboard should always be done in pencil (so you can edit and erase)

Each scene in the storyboard should contribute to the overall purpose of the video


Remember1

Remember:

Storyboards depict major scenes, not a frame by frame reenactment of the entire video

Consider who the audience is, what is being communicated to the audience?

What is the message/purpose of the video?


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Close up shot

    • a close range of distance between the camera and the subject

      • (used to show details, expression, and emotions)

  • Dissolve

    • a transition between two shots, where one shot fades away and the other shot fades in

  • Fade

    • A transition from a shot to black where the image gradually becomes darker


Vocabulary1

Vocabulary

  • High camera angle

    • A camera angle which looks down on its subject, making it look small, weak, or unimportant

  • Jump cut

    • A rapid, jerky transition from one frame to the next, either disrupting the flow of time or movement within a scene

  • Level camera angle

    • A camera angle which is even with the subject; it may be used as a neutral shot


Vocabulary2

Vocabulary

  • Long shot

    • A long range of distance between the camera and the subject, provides a broader range of the setting

      • (this type of shot lets the audience know where the action is taking place)

  • Low camera angle

    • A camera angle which looks up at its subject; it makes the subject seem important and powerful

  • Pan

    • A steady, sweeping movement from one point to another


Vocabulary3

Vocabulary

  • POV (point of view)

    • A shot which is understood to be seen from the point of view of a character within a scene

  • Reaction shot

    • 1. a shot of someone looking off screen

    • 2. a shot of someone in a conversation where they are not given a line of dialogue but are listening to the other person speak

  • Tilt

    • The camera moves up or down to follow the action

  • Zoom

    • Use of the camera lens to move closely toward the subject


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