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  • 1. ‘One More Time’
    Storyboard
  • 2. Live Action Shots(Section One)
  • 3. 7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    Number 12 incorporates a fade into the stop motion which is very effective acting as a cross bridge between the live action and stop motion. Yet is remaining in the same location and this fade prevents a jump of shots.
  • 4. 1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    1-12 :- As you can see the shot type used throughout this sequence is an extreme close up to show intricate movement and is very effective complimented with quick cuts .Also the Mise-one scene is very stereotypical concentrating on the car key pad. Also it shows the starting of the music. This is very effective and shows the stereotypical necessary movements to start a car.
  • 5. Stop Motion Shots(Section 2 )
    ‘In The Car’
  • 6. 2
    Following is a series of zoom in shots which are graduated . This leads to a series of fixed shots which as shot 3 shows the appearance of the 7 band members as almost teleporting this acts as a movement from a establishing shot to a zoomed close up as all the full bodies of the band members can be seen ,but due to it being zoomed you can see the movements and emotions of the characters more precisely . This becomes the main position of the camera throughout the car scene and in this way becomes and establishing shot to set the scene of the video.
    3
    1
    As you can see this is a establishing shot to show the transition from the close ups used in the live action .Also it sets the scene of a band setting as almost a ‘gig’ . Subsequently there is a series of quick cuts acting as a zoom to a stable point showed on the next frame.
  • 7. 4
    5
    6
    Shot Type :- Establishing Shot
    Why :- To show the teleportation of each band member simultaneously to fit with the beat of the music.
    (Applies to shot 4-8)
    7
    8
    9
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
  • 8. 12
    11
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    10
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. This also shows just before the lead singer gets into to the crowd to crowd surf which is stereotypical for a band member.
    15
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    14
    13
  • 9. 16
    17
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. This also shows just before the lead singer gets into to the crowd to crowd surf which is stereotypical for a band member.
    18
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    19
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration and the lead singer actively crowd surfing.
    20
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    21
  • 10. 23
    27
    22
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    28
    25
    26
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. Then showing the lead singer returning to the stage.
  • 11. 29
    30
    31
    (Shots 29-32)
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. Then showing the lead singer returning to the stage.
    32
    33
    34
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to close up.
    Why :-This is used to show emotion of those watching the screen as well as amount of people present.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 12. 37
    35
    36
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    (Shots 35-38)
    38
    39
    40
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to close up.
    Why :-This is used to show emotion of those watching the screen as well as amount of people present.
  • 13. 41
    42
    43
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    (Shots 41-42)
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    46
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    44
    45
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 14. 47
    48
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    49
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    52
    51
    50
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Establishing shot
    Why :-This is a repeat of the first shot used to highlight the location of the shoot and to show the wide variety of action taking place and is representative of a television camera.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 15. 55
    54
    53
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. Why the lead singer returns to his existing position and indicates the song is coming to a close.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation.
    58
    56
    57
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 16. 61
    59
    60
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody. This fits with the side looks previous.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    62
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation. However this angle shots the left hand side of the band and the drummer which compliments the close front shots of the drumming previously.
    63
    64
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
  • 17. 64
    65
    66
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    67
    68
    69
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot to Close up
    Why :- To show the keyboard and music players actions playing the music in time with the beat showing that the music creation is collaboration of actions making one melody.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 18. 71
    72
    70
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    75
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation. However this angle shots the left hand side of the band and the drummer which compliments the close front shots of the drumming previously.
    73
    74
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 19. Stop Motion Shots(Section 3)
    (Inside )
  • 20. 3
    2
    1
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type:- Establishing Shot
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music also as a point of view from the screen.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
    4
    5
    6
    Shot Type :-Over The Shoulder Shot and Point of View.
    Why :-This is used to show the band being watched televised which compliments the angles used previously to give the perception of a point of view shot. Also this compliments the music's change of pitch. Also the action of the band is simultaneous to the screen version and enables me to flick from life to televised easily.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 21. 9
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    7
    8
    Shot Type :-Over The Shoulder Shot and Point of View.
    Why :-This is used to show the band being watched televised which compliments the angles used previously to give the perception of a point of view shot. Also this compliments the music's change of pitch. Also the action of the band is simultaneous to the screen version and enables me to flick from life to televised easily.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    12
    Shot Type :-Over The Shoulder Shot and Point of View.
    Why :-This is used to show the band being watched televised which compliments the angles used previously to give the perception of a point of view shot. Also this compliments the music's change of pitch. Also the action of the band is simultaneous to the screen version and enables me to flick from life to televised easily.
    10
    11
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show the transition from high angle shot to graduated zoom.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
  • 22. 12
    14
    13
    Shot Type :-High Angle shot or birds eye view to mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the popularity.
    Shot Type :-Mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the more intricate actions of the band members also it will enable me to use this method to see the singing action of the lead singer on the sentence ‘one more time'. Also this acts as a movement bridge to a close up.
    Shot Type :-Over The Shoulder Shot and Point of View.
    Why :-This is used to show the band being watched televised which compliments the angles used previously to give the perception of a point of view shot. Also this compliments the music's change of pitch. Also the action of the band is simultaneous to the screen version and enables me to flick from life to televised easily.
    17
    15
    16
    Shot Type :-Close up and mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the more intricate actions of the band members also it will enable me to use this method to see the singing action of the lead singer on the sentence ‘one more time’.
    Shot Type :-Canted Angle to mid-shot/ close up.
    Why :-This is used to show the amount of people at the gig and watching the music, also the close up is the show individual emotion.
    Shot Type :-Mid-Shot
    Why :- To show the drummer fast drumming as intricate detail , which fits with the fast base beat of the track.
  • 23. 18
    19
    20
    Shot Type :-Close up and mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the more intricate actions of the band members also it will enable me to use this method to see the singing action of the lead singer on the sentence ‘one more time’.
    (Shots 18-20)
    23
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation. However this angle shots the left hand side of the band and the drummer which compliments the close front shots of the drumming previously.
    21
    22
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation.
    Shot Type :-Close up and mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the more intricate actions of the band members also it will enable me to use this method to see the singing action of the lead singer on the sentence ‘one more time’.
  • 24. 24
    25
    26
    (Shots 24-27)
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shots and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the band from a subvert angle almost like the variation of shots shown for example on a televised ‘gig’. This enables you to piece the actions shown from the front with that from the side to build a full picture of the bands music creation. However this angle shots the left hand side of the band and the drummer which compliments the close front shots of the drumming previously.
    Shot Type :-Establishing Shot , Mid-Shot, tracking shot and point of view from the camera man.
    Why :- To show the lead singer in progressive motion and adds to this idea of a ‘music gig’ and gives an authentic feel. Also it shows the group as a whole and there simultaneous action as a collaboration. This shot is more so zoomed out to show the end of the gig.
    28
    29
    27
    Shot Type :-Close up and mid-shot.
    Why :-This is used to show the more intricate actions of the band members also it will enable me to use this method to see the singing action of the lead singer on the sentence ‘one more time’.