Mocumentry story board
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In this scene, i will introduce the collector whilst he is waving to the camera. I will then have a recording on top of this footage saying what's in the following speech bubble. My natural lighting will come from side blind ultimately giving me options to control the amount of light entering.
Hello Everybody! My name is Dr Jasuz Pendel and i collected Beanie kids for a living
In this scene, the collector speaks on top of the footage how each beanie kid has a individual name and birthday. Th lighting will be reflecting off the face of the collector providing a nice and compelling glow.
This scene will be taken outside the collectors house and his neighbours house using the film technique of a pan. It will then cut on to this scene where the collector is ready to show the audience his collection. All my lighting will come from a natural light source and unfortunatly, i will have no control over.
It's time for a tour of my collection
In this scene, i will be using various film techniques (such as close ups and pans) to create the feeling towards the audience that this collection is never ending. This scene is a skim over the collectors collection and gives a brief description towards the audience about the collection but doesn't really go into dept leading up to the interview in the next scene. This also creates tension within the video proving to engage my audience.
This scene is the main interview of the video where i will give the audience a more insight of collector and their collection. This scene will also answer any question's the audience may have about the collector. This scene is probably one of the most crucial parts of the video. Because this scene is an interview, i will not be using as many film techniques as i normally do as i want my audience to focus on the dialogue not so much the visual video.
This scene is the finally scene that sums up the video. It's about the collectors obsessively always checking beaniekids.com (website for ages 3-5) for the weather updates. This will provide final humor before the video ends.
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