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Shoot to Sell by Kim Miller, Rick Smith

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Chapter 9Outlining Your Project

Chapter Objectives

  • Learn how to organize your video’s content.
  • Understand how to outline your project.

Preparing a video production is similar to writing a paper in some ways. You want to effectively present your ideas to your audience in a logical, organized order. Even if you do not plan to have a written shooting script it is vital to at least have an in-depth outline of the ideas you want to convey and the images you’ll need to do this.

A strong, detailed outline is also the foundation for your script and storyboards. Yet creating a visual product is in many ways much different than writing a paper. The viewer will not be relying only on the words to help them “see” what is described but will be actually ...

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