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This class focuses on the conventional aspects of storytelling, gazes on the future and finally summarizes the concept of storyboard and use of it in the movie industry.

This class focuses on the conventional aspects of storytelling, gazes on the future and finally summarizes the concept of storyboard and use of it in the movie industry.

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  • Digital Media Fundamentals of Storytelling Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 1
  • Fundamentals of Storytelling Steven D. Katz, Film Directing Shot by Shot: Visualizing From Concept to Screen, 1991 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 2
  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 3
  • How does an image talk? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpbkRApq9qY Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 4
  • How does an image talk? http://www.astropix.com/SPORTSPIX/OTHER/BAGGIO.JPG Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 5
  • Fundamentals of Storytelling Ercole de Roberti, Israelites Gathering Manna, probably 1490s Nicolas Poussin, Hebrews Gathering Manna, 1639 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 Ercole de Roberti, Israelites Gathering Manna, probably 1490s Nicolas Poussin, Hebrews Gathering Manna, 1639 04.03.2014 6
  • Fundamentals of Storytelling Ercole de Roberti, Israelites Gathering Manna, probably 1490s Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 7
  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Nicolas Poussin, Hebrews Gathering Manna, 1639 Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 8
  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Nicolas Poussin, Hebrews Gathering Manna, 1639 Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 9
  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Icarus, ca. 1558 Peter Bruegel, Landscape with the Fall of Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 10
  • Cinematic Storytelling Steven D. Katz, Film Directing Shot by Shot: Visualizing From Concept to Screen, 1991 kut Mid-term Presentation Defining an Individual Project 23.11.2010 Steven D. Katz, Film Directing Shot by Shot: Visualizing From Concept to Screen, 1991 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 11
  • Cinematic Storytelling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUZCPPGeJ1c Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 12
  • Cinematic Storytelling http://youtu.be/NG0V7EVFZt4?t=5m46s Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 13
  • Bonus Assignment (no.5) Make your own Kuleshov effect and post it to the blog. Be original! Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 14
  • Non-linear narrative: Macro-Storytelling ‘Disjoint’ or ‘disrupted’ narrative used in literature, films, hypertext websites, video games and other types of narratives where events are portrayed out of chronological order. Often used to mimic the structure and recall memory. HGK MA VisCom Safak Korkut Mid-term Presentation Defining an Individual Project Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 23.11.2010 04.03.2014 15
  • Macro-Storytelling Raymond Queneau, One Hundred Thousand Billion Poems, 1961 Paul Braffort and François Le Lionnais, from the 79th meeting of Oulipo Raymond Queneau, One Hundred Thousand Billion Poems, 1961 Paul Braffort and François Le Lionnais, from the 79th meeting of Oulipo Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 17
  • Macro-Storytelling Quentin Tarantino. Pulp Fiction, 1994 Quentin Tarantino. Pulp Fiction, 1994 Quentin Tarantino. Pulp Fiction, 1994 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 18
  • Macro-Storytelling Eric Bress. Butterfly Effect, 2004 Eric Bress. Butterfly Effect, 2004 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut FHNW HGK MA VisCom Tuesday 4 March 14 Safak Korkut Mid-term Presentation Defining an Individual Project 04.03.2014 Eric Bress. Butterfly Effect, 200419 23.11.2010
  • Macro-Storytelling “ In the control of the flow of the information, ... we are often teased by a riddle that requires us to guess the next piece of information to be revealed. ” Roland Barthes, S/Z, 1970 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 20
  • John Stanmeyer, Djibouti, 2014 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 21
  • Kees van de Veen, Arts Track, 2010 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 22
  • SOMETIMES STORY TELLS ITSELF http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3QrhdfLCO8 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 23
  • MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruav0KvQOOg Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 24
  • CONTENT IS THE KING https://vimeo.com/70410780 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 25
  • HAVING A CAMERA DOESNT MAKE A VIDEO https://vimeo.com/84069532 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 26
  • YOU DON’T HAVE TO HAVE A CAMERA TO MAKE A VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YIgLZJNdGA Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 27
  • YOU DON’T HAVE TO HAVE A CAMERA TO MAKE A VIDEO http://www.fastcocreate.com/3017108/you-need-to-see-this-17-minute-film-set-entirely-on-a-teens-computer-screen Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 28
  • Future of Storytelling Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 29
  • Future of Storytelling Transmedial storytelling - the audience are the makers - the audience has its audience. - prosumer = producer + consumer Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 30
  • Future of Storytelling http://ea1.co/ Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 31
  • Future of Storytelling http://hollowdocumentary.com/ Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 32
  • Future of Storytelling http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/labs/i/hazardoushospitals/ Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 33
  • Future of Storytelling “Tell me and i will forget Show me and i may remember Involve me and i will understand” Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 34
  • Future of Storytelling http://wakeapp.com/n/en/ Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 35
  • Storyboards Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 36
  • Storyboards Word Diagram Image EYE Abstract Concrete Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 37
  • Storyboards http://cinearchive.org/post/59435829101/masterclass-movie-storyboarding-with-coen Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 38
  • Storyboards A storyboard is a visual representation of a sequence of shots. It should include the following information: Shot type Location Screen Action Camera Movement Lighting Sound Video Effects Shot Duration Shot Number Transitions Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 39
  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 40
  • http://twistedsifter.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/jurassic-park-storyboard-by-david-lowery.jpg Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 41
  • Storyboards George Roy Hill, The Great Waldo Pepper, 1975 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 42
  • Storyboards http://www.trinity.redbridge.sch.uk/Curriculum/media/filmalevel.htm Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 43
  • Shooting Techniques (Showcase: Path of Glory) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJDkLgwJopQ Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 44
  • Shooting Techniques (Showcase: Path of Glory) http://tallismedia.weebly.com/level-3-unit-1.html Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 45
  • Shooting Techniques (Self Study) Steve D. Katz, Film Directing Shot by Shot Visualizing Concept to Screen, 1991 Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 46
  • Shooting Techniques (Self Study) 1. Long shot, aka wide shot (LS). Camera appears far from the focal point or action. This shot establishes everything relevant to that sequence. It introduces the location, time or theme of the story. Provides context for a story. Some define a LS as enough dis- tance to show a standing person from head to foot, with a bit of head room. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 47
  • Shooting Techniques (Self Study) 2. Medium shot (MS) The camera appears about 2 to 3 meters (8-10 feet) from the focal point or action. A MS of a person typically breaks at mid thigh. MS serves as a bridge between long shot and close-up shots, moving the viewer closer to the action. 3. Close-up shot (CU) Camera takes a detailed, often intimate, look at people, objects or actions. CU of people includes the full head and shoulders. Emphasis on expression, emotion, texture, detail. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 48
  • Shooting Techniques (Self Study) 4. Extreme close-up Camera zooms in very tight on a face: showing just the eyes, nose and mouth. 5. Cut-in A close-up on a detail within the establishing shot. 6. Cut-away A close-up on a detail outside the establishing shot. 7. In-frame, out-of-frame Shot begins with or without out people in the scene. Subject enters the frame, passes through and exits the scene. Very useful for cutting. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 49
  • Shooting Techniques (Self Study) 8. Motivated pan Camera moves horizontally, left or right. Generally, it ends by showing a person, object or action that’s important to the story line. 9. Motivated tilt Camera moves vertically up or down, ending on an important person, object or action. 10. Point of view This is actually two shots: the first is a close-up or extreme close-up of the subject, emphasizing her/his eyes. The second can be any kind of shot, but the psychological carry-over from the first shot is that the viewer is now seeing the scene through the eyes of the subject, that is, from her/his point of view. http://blogs.wsd1.org/videocelebration/files/2012/10/videoshots.pdf Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 50
  • Group Assignment (no.6-7-8) The chain assignment®is consisted of three assignments which will continue for ten days. Each assignment is harder than the previous and needs more time and dedication. Currently all the following assignments are locked. There will be a new blog post announcing the next assignment. The assignments will be released once every group submit their work. If a group doesn’t submit, nobody will be able to go further. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 51
  • Group Assignment (no.6-7-8) Hard deadline: March 16th, 3:59pm Method: Blogpost Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 52
  • Group Assignment (no.6-7-8) As a Facebook follower of Sunrise, you can receive every weekend free minutes and SMS. - Create an epic narrative story to engage young and active user. - Write your story as a blog post. You may add images to give the mood. - Most of the inspirational videos and course material are your guide to success. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 53
  • Group Assignment (no.6-7-8) Hard deadline: March 15th, 23:59 Method: Blogpost Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 54
  • Start final assignment now! - Bring out your ideas and define your statement for future. Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatk / Institut Visuelle Kommunikation – Safak Korkut Tuesday 4 March 14 04.03.2014 55