Lesson Title:
Module 2 Conceptualization Process

Explore the Conceptualization Process, what it entails, and how it underpins the entire digital media project.

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Planning Your Vision

Few things in life work well without a plan. The same goes for video. There are three steps to planning your video.

1. Writing a screen play-
making sure you have a beginning, middle, and end to your story
2. Writing a script-
answer these questions: Who are the characters? How will they act out the scenes? What will they say?
3. Planning a story board-
answer these questions: What will each scene look like when you video it? Where will the camera be placed? What kind of props will you need? Storyboarding also lets you maximize your shoot time by shooting in order of convenience rather than in order of script. It also lets you convey your thoughts to others instantly and accurately.

Planning your shoot by completing these three steps can help you to get the shots you need and help your video to look planned and professional.
*Please be mindful of copyright while creating your script/storyboard.
Click here** to view copyright chart/guidelines.

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Respond to the question posted on the Discussion tab above. Also, write one script per group and have ready by the shoot on the morning of Zombie.