Contributed By Glen Berry
Storyboards need not be good
Always know your camera placement.
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Storyboards should not have artistic detail in the same way that the script should not contain prose. Storyboards are reference material and not a work onto itself.
You should never be in a position where you do not know what is going to happen in advance. Storyboards help eliminate grey areas and uncertainty and tell you where the camera will be placed.