Project 6.2 Create a short storyboard of a brief conversation or interaction between two people. Keep the interaction short, say, less than a minute. Your storyboard should include a number of different angles and shots. Note what kind of lighting, background noise, and other conditions should be present for the shot. Determine what amount of editing your shot would require and at which points in the storyboard sequence.
Honey, it's time to feed Eli. Do you want to feed him or should I?
You just now sat down to relax, it's OK I will feed him.
Ok thank you!
The scene begins with a female sitting on the sofa and a dog named "Eli" laying beside her. A male is standing after walking into the room. She realizes it is time to feed Eli, and asks the male if he will feed Eli. Overhead lighting and natural light from windows will be used.
Come on Eli, who's ready to eat their dinner?
Eli hears his name & gets up. The male says he will. There is noise from the television in the background.
Wow, he is ready!
The female thanks the male as he begins walking to the next room to feed Eli.
As the male leaves the room with Eli, the female realizes Eli is excited. The actual sequence of the dog walking and his movements may require some editing.
The female is now in the room alone as Eli runs from the scene. If Eli doesn't leave the scene he can be edited out at the end of the video.
The scene will end as the female looks toward the other room out of view. The lighting in the other room should cast shadows of the male and Eli on the wall behind the female.