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Step by step

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Transcript of Step by step

to a digital story
Step by step
1. THE STORY
2. THE SCRIPT
3. IMAGES
4. STORYBOARD
5. SOUNDS
6. EDITING
7. PUBLISHING
7 STEPS TO A DIGITAL STORY
1. Owning your insights
What is the story you want to tell?
What is it really about?
Why this story?
What makes this story mine?
2. Owning your emotions
As you shared your story, what emotions did you experience?
Can you recognize these emotions? When did you feel which emotion?
Which emotions would help the audience to understand your story?
How would you describe these feelins without using "feeling" words?
3. Finding the moment
What was the moment, when things changed?
Were you aware of it when it happened?
If not, what was the moment when you became aware that things had changed
Can you describe the moment in detail?
4. Seeing your story
What image come to mind when telling the story/recalling the story or moment of change?
Why these images? What are they conveying to you?
Is the meaning explicit or implicit?
Do you already have these images or will you need to find or create them?
How could you use the images that you already have to convey your meaning?
5. Hearing your story
How do you tell your story, perform your voice-over?
Which words do you use?
Would the story be encanced by the use of additional layers of sound?
Would the use of ambient sound or music highlight the turning point in your story?
6. Assembling your story
How are you structuring the story?
How are the layers of visual and audio narratives working togehter?
What are the necessary parts of my story?
At what point in the story will the moment of change appear?
How does the pacing contribute to the story's meaning?

7. Sharing your story
What is your purpose in creating the story?
Who is your audiene?
Where do you want to show it?
Narration
Beginning, middle, end.
"Drama is life with the dull bits cut out."

Hitchcock
Voice-over
Ambient sounds
Music
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Every picture tells it's
own story.
Photography, video, painting, drawing, collage, letter, document, invoice, magazine, fabric..
What is in the picture?
What is it all about?
What does the picture refer to?
What does the picture mean to the photographer?
What does the picture mean to the aucience?
An illustration to the story
or a parallell story?
Contrasts
Rythm
Motion
Effects
Transitions
Juxtaposition
Symbolism
Sentimental value
Explicit / implicit
imagery
Sharing the story
Rauallisesti
Slow
Really slow.
Remember the breaks.
Dont read - tell.
Your story is ready,
Congratulations!!
Sharing the script
Storycircle
IDEA
Subject?
Theme?
Feeling
Silence
Movie maker 2,6
iMovie
Audacity
Premiere elements
Creaza
For who?
Where?
YouTube
Vimeo
More..?
the script = the voice-over
Classic narrative
Read:
What happens in the picture?
How to choose a single image
WHAT does the
image tell?
HOW does the image tell?
Story / images
Contrasts amongst the images
Slower
Read:
Adventure story
Accomplishment story
The story about a place in my life
The story about what I do
Recovery story
Love story
Discovery story
Memorial story
Character story
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