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Storyboard template

Posted on 1/18/15 by Kev Lavery Last updated on 6/8/17

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Storyboard template

This is a storyboard template I use for the planning of any visual project - videos, animations, photography, flash projects, etc. It is adapted from classic storyboard templates to include the rule of thirds. I have found that this results in students naturally following the 'rule of thirds' when composing their shots even if this hasn't been explicitly covered. Also, I often tell my students, as a good rule of thumb, to storyboard about 20 to 30 shots per minute of film. Overall this generally results in better composition overall and a more engaging end product.

I have included links to Mike Browne's introduction to the Rule of Thirds, Brett Lamb's shot type examples, and a South Australian tourism advert that employs these concepts quite beautifully.

Mike Browne

Brett Lamb

Barossa. Be Consumed


A good introductory exercise would be to attempt to storyboard shots from the advertisement.

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All Comments (12)

Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 8/18/17 - Permalink

Its very helpful template to use for the planning of any visual project

I well encourage my student to use it

Thank you for sharing

Mary-Elizabeth O'Toole

Posted on 4/14/16 - Permalink

Thanks for sharing this. Definitely a time saver.

giovanna iannicelli

Posted on 3/21/16 - Permalink

great resource

Ms Lynn Cobbs

Posted on 11/12/15 - Permalink

Kev, this is a wonderful tool. The layout helps in planning and creative process for those needing a little boost in getting started.

Vivian Jones

Posted on 11/6/15 - Permalink

very good

Bethany Dutton

Posted on 8/11/15 - Permalink

This is a great storyboard resource thanks for the share can't wait to use it

Craig Gundlach

Posted on 6/21/15 - Permalink

Thanks for putting this together. I was just thinking of making something like this.
Cheers!

Craig Gundlach

Posted on 6/21/15 - Permalink

Kim Britton

Posted on 4/8/15 - Permalink

This is great! Thanks!

Paul Callaghan

Posted on 2/26/15 - Permalink

Thanks heaps for the awesome resource. I used to use blank slide notes from PowerPoint. This is a much better scaffold for storyboarding.

Imani Cheers

Posted on 1/24/15 - Permalink

Thanks!

David Conover

Posted on 1/23/15 - Permalink

I plan to use this in my video game class. Thanks for putting this together.