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Storyboarding

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  • 1. Storyboarding
  • 2. What is a Storyboard?
    • A graphical representation of the camera shots in a sequence, connected together to create a narrative flow.
    • Similar in appearance to a comic strip.
  • 3. What is a Storyboard for?
    • It allows the director to visualise the flow of camera shots and sets.
    • The process helps the director to decide the sequences of shots, the movement of actors, camera directions and lighting directions.
    • Used for discussions between the director and cinematographer/director of photography, to decide how the shots need to be acted and shot.
  • 4. What Does a Storyboard Look Like?
    • Each shot is drawn as a frame.
    • Each frame is annotated with brief information about settings, actions, camera angles, shots types, camera movement and editing notes.
    • The frames are often connected together with words or symbols.
  • 5.  
  • 6. How are Storyboards Used?
    • The director and production designer will discuss how to achieve the right look and feel.
    • A storyboard artist will draw up the directors rough storyboards.
    • The director discusses these storyboards with the cinematographer/director of photography.
    Pre-Production (before shooting)
  • 7. How are Storyboards Used?
    • The storyboards are given to all of the crew so they know what is needed for each shot.
    Production (during shooting)
  • 8. How are Storyboards Used?
    • The editors use the storyboards as a blueprint of the original intentions of the director.
    • The editors use the storyboards as a framework against which changes can be judged.
    Post-Production (after shooting)
  • 9. How do I Draw a Storyboard?
    • Angle (straight-on, high, low)
    • Level (canted/level)
    • Height (low/high)
    Framing & Distance
    • Long shot
    • Mid shot
    • Close up
    • Over the shoulder shot
    • Point of View
    • Two shot
  • 10. What Does Each Frame Contain?
    • Frame/shot number
    • Camera direction
    • Setting
    • Camera angle
    • Shot type
    • Editing notes
    • Frame connector
  • 11.  

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