Video Productions Storyboard Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    This type of shot is the most common type.

    • A.

      Long shot

    • B.

      Medium shot

    • C.

      Close-up

    • D.

      Extreme Close up

    Correct Answer
    B. Medium shot
    Explanation
    A medium shot is the most common type of shot used in filmmaking. It shows the subject from the waist up, allowing the audience to see the character's body language and facial expressions while still maintaining some distance. This shot is versatile and can be used in various situations, making it a popular choice for filmmakers.

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  • 2. 

    This type of shot is used when you want a dramatic effect

    • A.

      Long Shot

    • B.

      Medium Shot

    • C.

      Close-up

    • D.

      Extreme Close-up

    Correct Answer
    D. Extreme Close-up
    Explanation
    An extreme close-up shot is used when you want a dramatic effect because it allows the viewer to see a subject in great detail, emphasizing specific features or emotions. By focusing closely on a subject, such as a person's face or an object, the shot creates a sense of intimacy and intensity, drawing the viewer's attention and creating a powerful visual impact. This type of shot is often used in suspenseful or emotional scenes to heighten the drama and engage the audience on a deeper level.

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  • 3. 

    The type of shot is reffered to as an establishment shot.

    • A.

      Long Shot

    • B.

      Medium Shot

    • C.

      Close-up

    • D.

      Extreme Close-up

    Correct Answer
    A. Long Shot
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Long Shot" because an establishment shot is a type of shot that is used to establish the setting or location of a scene. It typically shows a wide view of the surroundings and includes all the relevant elements in the frame. A long shot is often used as an establishment shot because it provides a broader perspective and helps the audience understand the context of the scene.

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  • 4. 

    This type of shot shows a lot of detail and emotion

    • A.

      Long Shot

    • B.

      Medium Shot

    • C.

      Close-up

    • D.

      Extreme Close-up

    Correct Answer
    D. Extreme Close-up
    Explanation
    An extreme close-up shot is a type of shot that focuses on a small portion of the subject, capturing intricate details and emotions. By zooming in closely, the shot allows the audience to see every little aspect of the subject, such as facial expressions, fine textures, or subtle movements. This type of shot is often used to intensify emotions, create intimacy, or convey important details that may not be visible in other types of shots.

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  • 5. 

    A story board is a __________________ of  scenes that will compile your video.

    • A.

      Poster

    • B.

      Diagram

    • C.

      Video clip

    • D.

      Collage

    Correct Answer
    B. Diagram
    Explanation
    A storyboard is a visual representation of scenes that will compile your video. It is typically presented in the form of a diagram, where each scene is depicted with illustrations or images accompanied by descriptions or dialogue. This diagram helps in planning and organizing the sequence of shots, transitions, and overall flow of the video, ensuring that the final product aligns with the intended narrative or message.

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  • 6. 

    Taking a _________ shot is when you cover a person from head to toe

    • A.

      Full shot

    • B.

      Body shot

    • C.

      Wide angel shot

    • D.

      Medium close-up

    Correct Answer
    A. Full shot
    Explanation
    A full shot is a type of camera shot in which the subject is framed from head to toe, capturing their entire body within the frame. This shot is commonly used in filmmaking and photography to provide a complete view of the person or object being captured. It allows the audience to see the subject's physical appearance, body language, and overall presence within the scene.

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  • 7. 

    When a camera shoots in one direction and then turns around 180 degrees to shoot in the opposite direction it has created this type of shot

    • A.

      Zoom shot

    • B.

      180 degree shot

    • C.

      Reverse angle shot

    • D.

      Slow lap shot

    Correct Answer
    C. Reverse angle shot
    Explanation
    A reverse angle shot is created when a camera shoots in one direction and then turns around 180 degrees to shoot in the opposite direction. This shot is used to show the perspective of a different character or to provide a contrasting view of a scene. It helps to create visual interest and adds depth to the storytelling.

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  • 8. 

    What does EXT stand for on your storyboard?

    • A.

      Extra

    • B.

      Exact

    • C.

      Excited

    • D.

      Exterior

    Correct Answer
    D. Exterior
    Explanation
    EXT stands for "exterior" on a storyboard. This term is commonly used in filmmaking to indicate that a scene takes place outdoors or in an exterior location. This helps the production team understand the setting and plan accordingly for the shoot.

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  • 9. 

    What does OS stand for on your storyboard?

    • A.

      Over the shoulder shot

    • B.

      Off site

    • C.

      Off screen

    • D.

      Over site

    Correct Answer
    A. Over the shoulder shot
    Explanation
    OS stands for "over the shoulder shot" on a storyboard. This term is commonly used in filmmaking to describe a camera angle that is positioned behind one character and shows the other character or scene over their shoulder. It is a commonly used shot to establish a connection between two characters or to create a sense of perspective.

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  • 10. 

    What does FX stand for on your story board?

    • A.

      Fun Extras

    • B.

      Special Effects

    • C.

      Filtering Effects

    • D.

      Special Shot

    Correct Answer
    B. Special Effects
    Explanation
    The abbreviation "FX" on a storyboard stands for "Special Effects." This term refers to any visual or audio effects that are added to enhance or manipulate a scene in a film or video. Special effects can include computer-generated imagery (CGI), practical effects, or any other techniques used to create a desired visual or auditory effect.

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  • 11. 

    True or FalseWhen interviewing a person, you should ask questions that elicit yes and no answers.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    When interviewing a person, it is generally not ideal to ask questions that elicit only yes or no answers. This type of questioning limits the amount of information that can be gathered and hinders the development of a meaningful conversation. Open-ended questions, on the other hand, encourage the interviewee to provide more detailed and insightful responses, allowing for a deeper understanding of their thoughts, experiences, and perspectives. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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  • 12. 

    True or FalseWhen shooting an action sequence it is important to use a tripod to keep the camera steady.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Using a tripod when shooting an action sequence is important to keep the camera steady. This is because action sequences often involve fast movements and dynamic shots, which can result in shaky footage if the camera is not stabilized. A tripod helps to minimize camera shake, ensuring that the footage remains steady and smooth, allowing the audience to focus on the action without distractions.

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  • 13. 

    True or FalseA fade in/fade out transition is an instant transition achieved by stopping the filming.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    A fade in/fade out transition is not achieved by stopping the filming. It is a gradual transition where the image gradually appears or disappears by increasing or decreasing the opacity. This effect is commonly used in films to indicate the passage of time or to transition between scenes.

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  • 14. 

    True or FalseIt is important to engage an audiences emotions when creating a PSA.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Engaging an audience's emotions when creating a Public Service Announcement (PSA) is important because emotions can help create a strong connection and impact on the viewers. When emotions are evoked, it can make the message more memorable, persuasive, and effective in inspiring action or behavior change. Emotional appeals can help grab attention, generate empathy, and motivate individuals to take the desired action. Therefore, it is crucial to consider the emotional aspect when developing a PSA to maximize its effectiveness in reaching and influencing the target audience.

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  • 15. 

    True or FalseIn OSV the speaker is not visable.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement "In OSV the speaker is not visible" is true. OSV stands for Open Source Ventilator, which is a device used to assist with breathing for patients with respiratory issues. The speaker in this context refers to the person who is operating or controlling the OSV. Since the OSV is a machine, the speaker, who is a human, is not physically visible within the device.

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