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MOTION PICTURES 1              PART
+
$25,000
phi phenomenompersistence of vision
FLIPBOOKS
sowhat!?!?!
FILM & TV
Y EE
30 FRAMES PER     SECactually 29.97 fps
24 FRAMES PER     SEC
FILM & VIDEOL O O K   D I F F E R E N T
MOTION PICTURES 2              PART
STAGES OF VIDEO PRODUCTION• PLANNING / PRE-PRODUCTION• PRODUCTION• POST PRODUCTION• DISTRIBUTION
PLANNING•SCRIPTING & STORYBOARDING•EFFICIENCY•SHOT LIST
planning            Poor Planning                     Good Planning                                                       ...
STORYBOARDING•   SEQUENCE OF STILL PICTURES• previewS story development, camera angles, lighting, sound effects•   PICTURE...
STORY IS KING
STORY PITCH
TYPES OF SHOTS
CAMERA ANGLESCU - CLOSE UPWA / LS - WIDE ANGLE / Long shotMS - medium shothigh anglelow angle
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE
STORYBOARD - EXAMPLE
WHAT TO INCLUDE         ON STORYBOARDSDrawing (with moderate detail) of the scenecamera angle (LS, MS, CU)Description of s...
Introduction to video
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Introduction to video

  1. 1. MOTION PICTURES 1 PART
  2. 2. +
  3. 3. $25,000
  4. 4. phi phenomenompersistence of vision
  5. 5. FLIPBOOKS
  6. 6. sowhat!?!?!
  7. 7. FILM & TV
  8. 8. Y EE
  9. 9. 30 FRAMES PER SECactually 29.97 fps
  10. 10. 24 FRAMES PER SEC
  11. 11. FILM & VIDEOL O O K D I F F E R E N T
  12. 12. MOTION PICTURES 2 PART
  13. 13. STAGES OF VIDEO PRODUCTION• PLANNING / PRE-PRODUCTION• PRODUCTION• POST PRODUCTION• DISTRIBUTION
  14. 14. PLANNING•SCRIPTING & STORYBOARDING•EFFICIENCY•SHOT LIST
  15. 15. planning Poor Planning Good Planning 8 6 4 2Planning Production 0 Post Production Distribution
  16. 16. STORYBOARDING• SEQUENCE OF STILL PICTURES• previewS story development, camera angles, lighting, sound effects• PICTURE AND DESCRIPTION OF SCENE
  17. 17. STORY IS KING
  18. 18. STORY PITCH
  19. 19. TYPES OF SHOTS
  20. 20. CAMERA ANGLESCU - CLOSE UPWA / LS - WIDE ANGLE / Long shotMS - medium shothigh anglelow angle
  21. 21. TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE
  22. 22. STORYBOARD - EXAMPLE
  23. 23. WHAT TO INCLUDE ON STORYBOARDSDrawing (with moderate detail) of the scenecamera angle (LS, MS, CU)Description of scenesound/audio (if relevent)

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