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

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  1. 1. Telling Stories with VideoVideo Storytelling for Journalists - Jeremy Caplan [@jeremycaplan]
  2. 2. From Shooting to EditingReviewing the Key Elements of Video Storytelling
  3. 3. The PlanBrief Review of Key Video Fundamentals ...Looking Ahead at Next Steps
  4. 4. Basics of Visual StorytellingActions. Reactions. Motion. Emotion.
  5. 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. 6. The 4 DistancesWide.Medium.Close.Extremely close.
  7. 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. 8. The 5 Shot RuleWatch the 1-Minute 5 Shot DemoURL: bit.ly/5shotrule
  9. 9. The Flip Video CameraPress the Big Red Button. Press it Again. Done.5 Tips for the Flip
  10. 10. Exporting a SequenceSharing the Finished Product
  11. 11. Your AssignmentGather Video about a Process
  12. 12. Some Other Examples:Fish DoctorFriars of the BronxA Life AloneMusic as Therapy
  13. 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. 14. The 4 DistancesWide.Medium.Close.Extremely close.
  15. 15. The 4-8-12 Approach4 shots.8 angles.12 seconds.
  16. 16. Basics of Visual StorytellingActions. Reactions. Motion. Emotion.
  17. 17. What’s Next?Looking Back and Looking AheadVisit: vimeo.com/groups/videostorytelling
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