|Prerequisite||Introduction to Digital Storytelling Webinar|
|Time||9am - 5pm|
|Location||StoryCenter, 1250 Addison Street, Suite 103, Berkeley, CA 94702|
This workshop puts image and design in the spotlight, focusing on the use of visual communication in digital storytelling. It veers away a bit from StoryCenter's traditional model of digital storytelling, which emphasize a facilitated process, to instead focus on issues of visual narrative, image design, and video — “ways of looking” in relation to media production. For those familiar with StoryCenter's digital storytelling model, this workshop is a chance to re-consider central premises of that model while exploring creativity. For digital storytelling novices, this is a great way to share in a new and innovative approach.
This workshop includes:
- Seeing your story
- Understanding implicit vs. explicit images
- Working with video vs. still photographs
- Storyboarding: sequencing and compositing images
- Pacing and economy of visuals
- Panning and zooming
Who should attend:
Anyone who has taken our foundational Digital Storytelling Workshop will appreciate the opportunity to further explore the creative process of digital storytelling. Whether you are training to facilitate digital storytelling or just excited about discovering the creative visual range of the genre, this workshop will provide a great next step.
This workshop is a companion to the Sound And Story Workshop.