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  • STORYBOARDINGKGV Media
  • WHAT TYPE OF SHOTS??
  • WHAT ARE THESE TWO SHOTANGLES?
  • USING OUR SKILLS In this lesson we will be developing the skills studied over the last few lessons by putting them into practice.
  •  Designing and drawing a storyboard is a vital part of pre- production. Storyboards are a visual part of a film, set down on paper or computer to look like a strip of pictures (like a comic). Alongside the pictures are notes which give details of dialogue, music, sound effects, camera movements, actor movements, etc.
  •  Helps you to clarify ideas and think carefully about how to get meaning across to the audience through images and pictures. Plans the orders of your shots in a sequence. Saves time on location (when filming), because you are prepared ahead of time.
  • Scene Shot Shot angle Reasons distance/typeA cowboy waits for hisenemy to draw hispistol in a duel.The hero begins hisjourney to find anancient sword high inthe mountains.A bomb detonates,throwing the hero ofthe film across thestreet and into aparked car.
  • TaskChoose one ofthe shotsdescribed, andcreate astoryboard forwhat you havedescribed.You’re not beingassessed onartistic ability, sodon’t worryabout your