A series of drawings or diagrams that shows the composition of a video segment.
A way to plan your videoshoot.
A series of drawings that visually tells the story frame by frame.
All the above.
Type of video camera used
Rule of Thirds
So you can make your subject nervous.
Zooming brings the background objects forward and "flattens" the look of the shot. You lose depth of field.
Coming in closer gives you more control over your subject.
Color and light are always better when you get in close.
When you want the audience to feel sorry for the person on the screen.
When you want the audience to feel superior to the person on the screen.
When you want the audience to feel detached from the action,
When you want to show how big the set is.
When you want the audience to see the sky behind the subject.
When you want the audience to feel intimidated or afraid of the image on the screen.
When you want the image on the screen to appear bigger than it is.
Both B and C.
Just get in really close - it doesn't matter what you're shooting.
Cut the subject off at the neck.
Show all the face including the whole chin, but it's ok if you cut off the top of the head.
Show all the face including the whole forehead, but it's ok if you cut off the chin.
It helps you to visualize your idea for a video.
It serves as a guide for all the production personnel to follow in shooting the video.
It allows you to experiment with alternative ideas before committing anything to tape.
All the above.