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An introduction to storyboarding and a storyboarding task.

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Storyboarding

  1. 1. Storyboarding  •  Aim:  To  understand  how  to  produce  an      accurate  storyboard  By  the  end  of  the  lesson  you  will:  -­‐  produce  a  correctly  labelled  storyboard  
  2. 2. If  you  were  given  a  camera,  do  you  think  you  could  successfully  shoot  this  sequence?  How  could  it  be  improved?  
  3. 3. WHAT  IS  THE  POINT  OF  STORYBOARDING?    Storyboarding  is  oMen  used  by  producNon   teams  in  the  pre-­‐producNon  phase.      It  is  the  first  step  towards  visualising  a  script.      It  makes  shooNng  and  direcNng  a  sequence   much  quicker  to  complete.    
  4. 4. Spot  the  shot 1   3   4   2  a.    Close  up    b.    Establishing  shot    c.    Two  shot      d.    Long  shot  
  5. 5. Spot the shot 7  6   8   e.    High  angle    f.    Low  angle    g.    Point  of  view  shot    h.    Extreme  close  up      
  6. 6. CUT  
  7. 7. WHAT  DO  WE  NEED  TO  LABEL  THE  STORYBOARD   ACCURATELY?  SHOT  TYPE  +  ANGLE  SETTING  SOUND  –  SFX  +  MUSIC  DIALOGUE  /  VOICE  OVER  LIGHTING  DURATION  OF  EACH  FRAME  A  TITLE  A  NUMBER  FOR  EACH  FRAME    EDIT  INSTRUCTIONS  –  CUT,  WIPE,  FADE  CAMERA  MOVEMENT  –  PAN,  TRACK  
  8. 8. Title:   Camera  shot  =  Long  Shot  1a   Camera  angle  =     H Seeng  =    Outside  in  a  park   Camera   Sound/SFX  =  Theme  music,  birds  singing   movement   TILT  DOWN   Dialogue/VO  =   LighNng  =  Bright  outdoor   DuraNon  =    3  seconds  1b   Can  you  add  the  appropriate  labels  for   shot  2?  2   Camera  shot  =  ______________________   Camera  angle  =  ________________________   Seeng  =  ______________________________   Sound/SFX  =  __________________________   Dialogue/VO  =  _________________________   LighNng  =  _____________________________   DuraNon  =    ____________________________  
  9. 9. Storyboarding  exercise  •  Storyboard  a  four  frame  sequence  to  begin   your  advert  with  camera  movement  and  a   transiNon.    •  You  must  clearly  annotate  each  frame  with  all   the  relevant  informaNon.   Make  sure  you  are  clear  on:  Product  /  Target   Audience  /  Slogan  /  Lines  of  Appeal  before  you  start   storyboarding.  

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