Derek VeneziaCIT 335Video #1: Storyboard                  Storyboard For Hurricane Sandy Interview   Video Shot/Stills/Tra...
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Video #1 storyboard

  1. 1. Derek VeneziaCIT 335Video #1: Storyboard Storyboard For Hurricane Sandy Interview Video Shot/Stills/Transition Summary of Production Notes Script/Voice Over A voice over will Play for 30-45 seconds provide an introduction to the topic including statistics on conditions and damage experienced in the New York region.Time-lapse Video of Sandy hittingNYC from The Times Buildingcourtesy of The New York Times.Transition Fade into Interview SegmentInterview Segment: I will host a Play for 1-2min cutting to discussion with stills of damage/conditions several friends experienced and described asking questions by interviewees revolving around how Hurricane Sandy affected their lives this past week Cut to still #1 during Play for 5-10 seconds the interview segment when discussing power outages in ManhattanPhotograph from Flickr showingpower outages in Lower Manhattantaken by Joseph Sobriod.
  2. 2. Cut to still #2 during Play for 5-10 seconds the interview segment while further discussing power outagesPhotograph from Flickr depictingblackout conditions in Manhattantaken by ChristiNYCas. Cut to still #3 during Play for 5-10 seconds the interview segment while discussing damage to personal/residential propertyPhotograph showing damage in theaftermath of the storm in ConeyIsland, NY courtesy of the LosAngeles Times. Cut to Still #4 while Play for 5-10seconds covering flooding in the New York regionPhotograph showing evidence offlooding in the NYC subway systemcourtesy of the Los Angeles Times.
  3. 3. Cut to still #5 while Play for 5-10 seconds continuing to cover flooding in the greater New York regionPhotograph showing extrodinaryflooding on the Jersey Shore courtesyof the Los Angeles Times Cut to still #6 while Play for 5-10 seconds discussing the effects of the storm on the lives on my interviewees.Photograph from Flickr of floodingon Avenue C in the Lower East Sidetaken by David Shankbone. Cut to still #7 while Play for 5-10 seconds discussing the aftermath of the storm and governmental response to the crisisPhotograph of depicting long lines atgas stations following the storm fromthe Los Angeles TimesOn-camera interview segment I will conclude withConclusion: a brief summary of interviewees responsesCredits: Fade to credits Play for 15-20 seconds acknowledging participating interviewees and
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