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Transcript of Storyboarding
shots planned for a movie or
television production Storyboarding Breaking down the script -Read the script and notice where each scene starts
-Talk with the director and author to see exactly what they want you to do
-This may include...
-amount of detail of the scenes
-whether or not actors are included
- camera angles
-lighting Cut out duplicate scenes! Why Storyboarding? -Allows everyone to see the big picture
-Is the final step before filming
-The step where scenes are cut
-A vague and open version of the final production Storyboarding for Live Action -Requires less detail than storyboarding for animation
-Doesn't need much more than a drawing of a scene or set
-Leaves creativity to directors and actors
-Sometimes shows blocking, depending on the director's wants
-Blocking is the movements of the actor on set- where he goes and his actions Scripting Directing And filming Right? Wrong. Works Cited http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/storyboarding-your-film.html