We know that storyboards are the basis of any well thought out and organized music video production, commercial or feature film. With good storyboards, a novice director could practically walk through a production image by image with his cast and crew, saving a lot of energy trying to describe every detail. With storyboards, the cinematographers can just look at the pictures and know what type of shot is required or the talent knows which direction to move. Production company clients who come to us for storyboards can feel confident that we will interpret their shot list with expert command of the language of cinema. We know where to place the camera and compose the image on paper long before the real camera is placed down on set.
We can also anticipate the tilt of the actors head and the angle of of their eye-lines in our drawings, so this will help you save a little mental energy under the rigors of production. We can provide you with simple, black and white rough line drawings that allow the production enough room to interpret their own project or highly detailed colorized storyboards that are helpful in preconceiving the production design. We also can provide talent accurate images in the storyboards if the production company provides us head-shots and other photographs of their actors. We know this makes the storyboards less generic and help everybody visualize their project from the paper before it's recording on film or video.