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Published on Jun 6, 2012
http://www.reelseo.com/storyboarding-... ► Ever wonder what storyboarding is and why you need it to create a video? Basically, storyboarding is a visual representation using illustrations to map the flow of your video. Usually a storyboard includes who or what will be on camera, how and where the shot will be filmed, and the order of events. You don't need to be a talented artist to create a storyboard, you just need to be willing to put your vision down on paper. As ideas evolve, changing the storyboard is much better than trying to do it in the middle of filming. The storyboard is your blueprint and, in the long run, it will save you a headache and allow you to create the video masterpiece you've always wanted.
FROM THE VIDEO: Your storyboard doesn’t need to be a visual masterpiece worthy of awards, simply enough to convey the concept of who or what will be on camera, how and where each shot will be filmed, the order and feel of events, and so on. If you’re capable of drawing a stick figure, you stand a chance. If you can’t draw enough to even outline the concept of your video—well clearly you’re not creative and you might as well find someone else to do the whole bit for you. Or, you can use one of the popular online apps to save your day
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00:48 What is a storyboard? 01:08 You don't have to be a great artist to create a storyboard 01:55 What the final draft of a storyboard should do