Digital & Graphic Tools - Movie Maker Super Hero Trailer
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is the process of producing sketches of the shots of your script. The end results look like comic book of your film (without the speech bubbles.)
are group projects and the storyboards are essential to communicate the goal to all group members.
working on an individual project may still want to create a storyboard to plan the project, choose the camera angles, and set the timing.
The step following the storyboarding process
is creating the sound audio recording. Usually the animation is designed to fit the audio.
The audio track and storyboard
can be combined to create an animatic to check timing
Rule of thirds
visually dividing the width and height of the frame into 3 parts and try to get most important part in one of the center interceptions.
In geographic terms, the horizon is where the sky meets the ground. In art the horizon is the eyes level. In an exterior scene, they may or may not be the same line.
Do not let the horizon split the frame in half. In most cases lower the horizon.
This is the name from a shot that is taken from a long way away showing the surroundings and the actor(s).
A wide shot that lets the audience know where the action is taking place. Usually, your audience has to understand the setting at or near the beginning. Sometimes, you might choose to hide the settings from the audience on popups.
this is closer than a wide shot. You can see the person from head to toe, but you can still see what's around them. Many times the action is best displayed using the full body shot.
This shows someone from just below their waist to just above their head. When you use a medium shot, the viewer is close enough to see actor's expressions but can see what the actors are doing with their hands as well.
This shows just the head of the person being filmed. You can use this sort of shot when it's important to see someone's expression
A dramatic shot that shows the actors eyes and mouth.
One actor in the frame
Two actors in the frame
Three actors. Angle the camera so that the focal point actor is closest. Look at the triangle created by the tree actors. The "power shot" is the top of the triangle
Tilts the camera on its bank axis which slants the horizon. It is used to create tension in a scene. Fast shots at a Dutch Angle might be used during a chase scene, a fight scene, or when a character becomes violent or confused.
is moving the camera into the shot, getting closer to the action. This is similar to zooming in on the action
Help your audience with scene transition by hinting at the new location in the final frame prior to the cut.
There are 4 elements of Story Boarding