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Transcript of Storyboarding
Examine how and why image, language, sound and motion convey specific messages designed to influence the audience.
Assess the accuracy of the communication product.
Identify and incorporate common organizational techniques used in electronic communication (e.g., cause and effect, compare and contrast, problem and solution strategies).
Manipulate communication design elements (image, language, sound and motion) based on intent of the message (e.g., inform or persuade).
Adapt design concepts to emerging technologies.
Apply principles of design.
Select and evaluate message-appropriate designs for print, multimedia, video and Web pages for curricular and personal needs.
Use technology to publish information in electronic form.
By Dennis Klaustermeyer Welcome To Class! Please
take your seats and wait
for today's lesson on the
topic of storyboarding to start!!! What is the Storyboarding process
all about anyways? So to quickly recap, the idea behind storyboarding is to to do the following:
Brainstorm and get your ideas down on paper
You are visually sketching out what the storyline or plot of your created product will look like
Storyboarding Recap AFI Storyboarding Template The AFI (American Film Institute) has developed an easy to use template for you in order to create your storyboards. When creating your storyboard, you first write
down the kind of shot you are filming: Next you need to make a rough drawing of how
the scene will look so that the production crew knows of your intentions. Finally, you need to write down any special
video and/or audio notes to take into
consideration while filming. Here is a sample AFI Storyboard filled out to indicate what is going on with three different shots. Notice the very crude
drawings for the
storyboarding. You don't
have to be an artist
to do this!!! Storyboarding is a very important process as you can see so far. Check out this AFI video that shows how important storyboarding is and reflect upon how you think it can help you in the video/movie creation process!!! AFI video from Discovery
Education (click link below to
see the video) http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/2C0FE8A6-EB15-4B19-9DC3-53E80A7350E9 Ever watch a Disney DVD of any kind?
Check out the extras on the DVD and
you'll see lots of information about
the importance of the storyboarding
process. The importance of storyboarding cannot be taken lightly! This process is extremely critical and makes a world of difference in the final outcome - including making the process go smoother. Check out this Discovery Education video for additional information about the importance of storyboarding. http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/7CFC1858-0413-4E4C-A0FE-D76D05B40BCC Worried about your artistic talents?
Not sure you can even draw crude
representations of what you are
trying to convey throughout the
video creation process? Don't worry! There is definitely software
available to help you out
with the process! Check out this free software
called "StoryBoard Pro" from
the Atomic Learning website.
It's easy to use and makes the process fun to do too. http://www.atomiclearning.com/storyboardpro So let's go ahead and get started
with our first storyboarding example. Click on the black box below and listen
to the noise. How do you think you could incorporate that noise into a story? What would the storyboarding slide look like?
Let's start to use
the AFI templates
and create our first story based upon this noise! Credits/Resources:
AFI Creating an Effective Storyboard - http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/7CFC1858-0413-4E4C-A0FE-D76D05B40BCC
AFI Importance of Storyboarding video - http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/2C0FE8A6-EB15-4B19-9DC3-53E80A7350E9
AFI Storyboading template - http://content.cteonline.org/resources/documents/59/5949715e/5949715eefd87139f3b17d92a48ce207c54fb742/3bfeb399f22fac91_thumbnail_xlarge.jpg
Completed AFI template Photo - http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/blog/files/2010/04/afistoryboard.jpg
Creaking Door Noise - http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/soundfx/door_sounds/door_creaky-door4_wav.shtml
Disney logo - http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Disney-logo.jpg
Ohio Technology Standards – http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?page=3&TopicRelationID=1707&ContentID=1279&Content=134232
Planning Photo – http://planning.maryland.gov/OurWork/localplanning.shtml
Storyboard Pro Software - http://www.atomiclearning.com/storyboardpro
The art of storyboarding with Ridley Scott - youtube.com/watch?v=M7bqso7mGXU