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Contents

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A note to the reader

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter 1: Defining the term “Storyboarding” and its functions

  • An Introduction to Storyboarding
  • How did Storyboarding Start?
  • Why do We Need Storyboarding?
  • When do We Use Storyboards?
  • The Application of Storyboarding to Different Industries

Chapter 2: Techniques in Drawing Storyboards

  • Quick Drawing Class
  • Understanding 3D Spaces
  • Frame Composition and Balance

Chapter 3: Technical and film terms

  • Understanding the Different Terms in Filmmaking
  • Shot Length
  • Camera Angles
  • Camera Movement
  • Camera Movement and Storyboards
  • Zoom Lenses
  • The 180 Degree Rules
  • Breaking the Rules

Chapter 4: Camera Setup

  • Single-Camera Television as Part of the Past
  • Multiple-Camera Setup
  • Understanding Multiple-Camera Setup

Chapter 5: Editing

  • Editing on Paper
  • Before, In Action or After
  • Cutting on Action

Chapter 6: Screen Direction

  • The Rules of Screen Direction
  • Avoiding Confusion
  • How Does Screen Direction Affect Other Stages of Production?
  • Breaking the Rules

Chapter 7: From the Script to the Storyboard

  • Script Types and Their Storyboard Approaches
  • Aspect Radio
  • Templates
  • The Importance of Thumbnail Storyboards
  • Creating Maps to Help Us Understand Space and Camera Setup
  • Storyboard Practice
  • Sample Script
  • Acting for Boarding: Get Your Pencil to Act!
  • Finishing Your Boards

Chapter 8: The Rise of Digital Storyboarding

  • Software for Digital Storyboarding
  • Animatics
  • Editing Software

Other Books on Storyboarding or Film Sense

Endnote

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