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In: Collaborative Video Production
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Joe P. Gaston
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1 Storyboard template. 30
2 Storyboard example. 31
3 Storyboarding activity. 32
4 Storyboard with different shot types. 33
5 Gallery walk. 34
6 Script example. 37
7 Props table. 40
8 Screen projection. 40
9 Three-point lighting diagram. 41
10 Key light, fill light, and back light examples. 42
11 Extreme wide shot. 46
12 Wide shot. 47
13 Medium shot. 47
14 Close up. 48
15 Extreme close up. 48
16 Rule of thirds grid. 49
17 Rule of thirds bad example. 49
18 Close up shot rule of thirds. 50
19 Medium shot rule of thirds. 50
20 Grid pads. 51
21 Bad example of headroom. 53
22 Good example of headroom. 53
23 Bad example of noseroom. 54
24 Good example of noseroom. 54
25 Pillarboxing 4:3 vs. 16:9 aspect ratio. 55
26 Pillarboxing shooting vertically with a smartphone. 56
27 Letterboxing 16:9 vs. 4:3 aspect ratio. 56
28 Windowboxing where frame size is set larger than original footage. 57
29 Film festival. 64
30 Over-the-shoulder shot. 68
31 Dutch angle shot. 69
32 Include extra footage for editing. 71
33 Maintaining continuity with overlapping shots. 71
34 Cover shot. 73
35 Cut-in. 74
36 Cutaway with voiceover. 74
Tables
1 Sample rubric. xii
2 CVP Competencies and assessments. 8
3 CVP activity and time required. 24
4 File size per 1 minute of video. 66
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