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Introduction to Storyboarding

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2009-01-23

Sally Walsh - CEO & Co-founder-PowerProduction

 

When creating storyboards, framing a shot is part of the goal, along with telling the story.

 

Framing or composing a shot is like taking a picture with a camera.  Learning some basic elements of framing can help students learn to take well-composed pictures as well as teaching them how to create storyboards to visualize and tell a story.



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