=I created timelines for both of my adverts to gain a clear understanding of the order of events that constructs the narrative.
Scripts=I wrote up my timelines into script format with dialogue and clear changes in location. This is a more professional document that I can give to my cast and crew to refer to during the shoot.
=I created two A3 storyboards to allow me to visualise how I would communicate my script in video form. This also allowed me to see the proportion of different shot types and angles to ensure that my final advert looks visually dynamic and interesting.
=I created a shot list as a typed-up version of my storyboard, giving me a guideline of what to film on each shoot and to not miss any shots. I will tick off each shot as I film them and this will hopefully mean that I will not have to schedule another day to shoot forgotten parts.
Cast & Crew List
=I created a cast and crew list with pictures of each actor/crew member. I also wrote short descriptions of each character to give the actors to aid their performance.
=This is the branding I created for the 'Wave' deodorant can. I was inspired by other deodorant brands and bottles and created a bold design on Photoshop to allow my product to stand out in the crowded bathroom. I will print this out and wrap it around an existing deodorant can (which I had measured it against) to create my unique deodorant. This was important for me as the characters are seen interacting with the deodorant in both adverts and therefore could not be added in after.
Costume, Make-Up & Props List
=I created lists of costume and make-up to ensure that my actors were ready for each shoot and wear looking like their character. I created a props list to make sure that I didn't forget to bring or ask for any props and have split them based on shoot day.
=I created a location report to gain a clear understanding of where I was shooting each day and the restrictions of that, including sunlight through the day and possible busy locations.