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These slides present a brief review of some basic concepts in video storytelling. They were designed to accompany an introduction and review session for a video storytelling workshop.

These slides present a brief review of some basic concepts in video storytelling. They were designed to accompany an introduction and review session for a video storytelling workshop.

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  • 1. Telling Stories with VideoVideo Storytelling for Journalists - Jeremy Caplan [@jeremycaplan]
  • 2. From Shooting to EditingReviewing the Key Elements of Video Storytelling
  • 3. The PlanBrief Review of Key Video Fundamentals ...Looking Ahead at Next Steps
  • 4. Basics of Visual StorytellingActions. Reactions. Motion. Emotion.
  • 5. Basic Sequence In a sequence, the subject DOES something. Words and sounds supplement that action. They clarify the subject & action and add insight.* Video Examples
  • 6. The 4 DistancesWide.Medium.Close.Extremely close.
  • 7. The 4-8-124 shots. [Wide. Medium. Close. Extra-Close]8 angles. [Variety of visual perspectives]12 seconds. [Hold each shot 12 seconds]
  • 8. The 5 Shot RuleWatch the 1-Minute 5 Shot DemoURL: bit.ly/5shotrule
  • 9. The Flip Video CameraPress the Big Red Button. Press it Again. Done.5 Tips for the Flip
  • 10. Exporting a SequenceSharing the Finished Product
  • 11. Your AssignmentGather Video about a Process
  • 12. Some Other Examples:Fish DoctorFriars of the BronxA Life AloneMusic as Therapy
  • 13. The 5 Shot SequenceClose up on the hands.Close up on the face.Wide shot.Over-the-shoulder shot.Creative shot of your choice.
  • 14. The 4 DistancesWide.Medium.Close.Extremely close.
  • 15. The 4-8-12 Approach4 shots.8 angles.12 seconds.
  • 16. Basics of Visual StorytellingActions. Reactions. Motion. Emotion.
  • 17. What’s Next?Looking Back and Looking AheadVisit: vimeo.com/groups/videostorytelling

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