- The actors required
- The location
- The costume
- The props required
- The sound/dialogue
- The type of shot and camera movement
All of these things will make it easier when producing a shooting schedule and organising costume/props. It will also tell me when filming exactly what I should be doing with the camera and in the editing process in terms of sound. By planning all of the shots/camera movement it has allowed me to evaluate if I have a variety of shots and enough camera movement, which is such a big part of my production as detailed in my brief that I created as a result of my research. Find below a few images of the annotations I created around my storyboard.
Although annotating a total of 96 images was very time-consuming it will save a lot of time when it comes to producing my trailer.