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The Art of the Storyboard, 2nd Edition by John Hart

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Appendix BGlossary

 

 

The following terms are geared to storyboard artists involved in the preproduction/creation of actions depicted in pre-visualization of scenes selected from a script, with visual accent on the actors blocked into a given scene and guided by the director’s over-all vision of the film. Please note the sections on Lighting and Camera Angle terms at the end

Angles: Where to place a camera to best capture a scene. Basic: HI angle, LO angle, normal or straight on angle or a tilted shot. See the angle terms at the end of the glossary.

Animatic: A process that gives additional visual movement to a storyboard, re: pans, zooms, montage, etc.—like seeing a preview of a movie acts as a visual substitute for SFX in the final movie. ...

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