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White Space is Not Your Enemy by Rebecca Hagen, Kim Golombisky

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Before we leave off talking about visuals—photos, illustrations and infographics—let’s cover storyboarding, too. Storyboards lay out the visual stories of planned video and film, including the animated sorts. In most cases, then, storyboarding involves representing moving pictures and sound with still pictures and type.

A storyboard visualizes the entire project in the form of individual scenes, shots or screens. A concept storyboard distills the project down to the minimum number of views necessary to tell the story. A production storyboard or a shooting storyboard provides more detailed information for a production crew.

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