Create a 3 minute video about Day-in-the-life - from the beginning to the end.
There are two ways to handle a day-in-the-life video project.
You can make your video camera be the eyes of the person (or animal or thing) whose day you're going to "live." Whomever or whatever you choose to be, it will be their point of view through which the camera sees. You need more imagination and less script for this kind of project--especially if you are taping an animal's or an object’s point of view, unless you have them "thinking" aloud.
You MUST provide a story board BEFORE you begin shooting
Your storyboard must include
-shots (who is in the shot, location, type of shot, angle of shot, etc.)
If you have all the required elements you will get 75%
The other 25% is based on:
your ability to get your message across in a clear and effective way to your target audience.