Our Denver storyboarding services process includes image based visualization along with a written screenwriting component. We realize that every individual, business, and project is different and customize the storyboarding process depending on the needs of the specific video production.
First, every client is provided with a storyboarding document in order to create as heavily or sparsely detailed pre-production image or text based visualization of the video production that is needed.
We create a storyboarding document with you to start your Denver video production. The following are examples of some of the questions asked in the storyboarding document:
(1) Where are you from and where did you grow up? Where have you lived and traveled?
(2) To someone who knows nothing about what you do and your industry explain and provide an example that anyone can understand.
(3) What is your timeline for this project?
Every ideal and story starts somewhere. Our Denver storyboarding services allow the video production process to have a strong foundation for the producers, directors, cinematographers, and video editors to build on.
(1) Receive “Storyboarding Document”
(2) One hour “Storyboarding Session”
(3) Complete “Storyboarding Document” & begin production
Please provide us with some details about your video production project.
As the foundation of a video production project a storyboard is extremely important to a video production. A storyboard is an organized group of illustrations and images displaying a pre-visualization of a video production, motion picture, animation, motion graphic, or interactive media sequence. A storyboard usually takes the form of visually depicting slides ordered by the sequence of actions outlining the final product
In conjunction with the storyboarding process some form of a script should also produced. The scriptwriting process is very similar to storyboarding, except instead of focusing on image based visualization of an idea or story, it is expressed through written text. A storyboard and a script or screenplay can be as detailed as the user wants. For example, a storyboard or screenplay can depict every written word and describe every scene in extreme detail, or it could just outline the dialogue taking place.