Join Paul Taggart for an in-depth discussion in this video Summary, part of VR Video and Photography: Storytelling.
- So the last three days have gone by so fast.…It's been extremely busy.…The important thing that's happened…in these three days, though,…is I've gotten almost all the shots…that I wanted on my shot list.…And the story board in my head,…seems like I've crossed everything off.…Three days ago I wasn't completely sure…what all was going to happen over the course of this race,…but I had a general idea just from doing research…and talking to some locals.…What I'm excited about is…I've got the narration track to run over…the whole course of this film now.…
I'm not going to have time to render everything…here in the field,…but I'm going home knowing that I've got what I need.…And those things that I knew that I need,…was not only the dogs racing on the track in nature,…which I definitely nailed.…I think I have like 17 takes of that now.…But I also wanted to peel back the curtain on the race,…and look behind it and see what was happening…in the parking lot, in the trucks where they keep the dogs,…people ordering pizza at the pizza stand,…
You can watch the 360-degree VR movie that Paul created for this course on YouTube.
- Scouting locations
- Utilizing the VR rig
- Adding details and characters to a story
- Building a story arc
- Reviewing rendered VR files
- Stitching a VR movie in software
- Shooting VR of a big event
- Documenting the conclusion of a story