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Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots
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Mobile Media Ministry Training 10- Story Development Exercise and Everything You Need to Know About Shots

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From a media ministry training workshop where participants developed their video story and then learned about shot composition, types, sequences and listing as well as storyboarding.

From a media ministry training workshop where participants developed their video story and then learned about shot composition, types, sequences and listing as well as storyboarding.

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  • Never shoot vertically with your phone unless you know it is a special model (Blackberries, many feature phones) as that will creat a vertical video with way too much wasted black space on either side of the HORIZONTAL screen it will be shared on (and when you waste that much space on a tiny 2 inch/5cm phone screen there’s not much left to look at)
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    • 1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLhWQXEWp2w
    • 2. Work out your story https://s3.amazonaws.com/takeaction2013/Vimeo/YourFourPs.pdf
    • 3. Getting the Shots
    • 4. The Rule of Thirds
    • 5. http://www.stevestockman.com/5 -tips-shoot-better-video-instantly/
    • 6. Get Better Video By: 1. Thinking in shots 2. Getting close to the person/action before recording 3. Not moving the camera while shooting 4. Making sure the brightest light is behind you, not your subject 5. Keeping it short!
    • 7. Thinking in Shots- Shot Types http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 8. Long Shot (or Full Shot) Shows entirety of the subject as well as its setting Head to toe for a person http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 9. Medium Shot Hips (not knees) up for a person http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 10. Medium Close Up Shot Mid-to-lower chest up for a person http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 11. Close Up Shot Top of shoulders up for a person http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 12. Extreme Close Up Shot Fill the shot with the subject A closer look at something than we would typically have. http://revision3.com/filmriot/cameratechniques
    • 13. Shot Types Closer is better for viewing on a mobile screen. It is better not to use the long shots (and perhaps even the wide shots) for mobile screens
    • 14. Shot Sequences Putting different types of shots together in a sequence that helps to tell the story. In opening scenes you will often have a sequence/progression from wider shots, (giving more “setting” information) to closer shots (giving more detail/emotional information)
    • 15. Making Rice Paper in Cambodia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1F88mDW_oM
    • 16. Shot Types & Sequences (2) Mindy McAdam’s “5 Shots 10 Seconds” guide to shooting https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 17. 5 Shots 10 Seconds Hands Shot Close-up https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 18. 5 Shots 10 Seconds Face Close Up (answers “Whose hands?”) https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 19. 5 Shots 10 Seconds Hands & Face Medium Close Up+ (answers “What’s going on?”) https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 20. 5 Shots 10 Seconds Over-the-Shoulder Medium Close Up (Gives sense of subject’s perspective) https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 21. 5 Shots 10 Seconds “Other” Shot Something creative/helpful to telling the story https://www.jou.ufl.edu/faculty/mmcadams/video/five_shot.html
    • 22. 5 Shots 10 Seconds Count it down!!! Shots seem long when shooting but not long enough when editing 10 and 9 and 8 and 7 and 6 and 5 and 4 and 3 and 2 and 1 and
    • 23. Shot Listing What is a shot list? A list of shots  Why do it? - So you think through which shots would best tell your story - To make sure to get those shots and aren’t sitting in front of your computer editing and wishing you had gotten more/different shots
    • 24. Shot Listing How do you do it? - Break your story/script into scenes - Determine what shots would best communicate that scene to viewers - Write it down - Subject matter to be shot - Type of shot - Angle of shot - Etc.
    • 25. Shot Listing How do you do it? (continued) - Have the list with you and check it off when you are shooting and/or gathering media The visual alternative- storyboarding
    • 26. Shot Listing How do you do it? (continued) - Have the list with you and check it off when you are shooting and/or gathering media The visual alternative- storyboarding
    • 27. Storyboarding Vimeo Video School http://vimeo.com/17451230
    • 28. Hop To It! Now it’s time to break your story into scenes and start shot listing/storyboarding it

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