After a few set backs with production design, I can finally post the story board and shot list.
Example of Move:
Camera Movement Description: Slow Hitch cock zoom. Compositional Description: Profile of Chase sitting on the bed. Door and window in background, helicopter light shining through window. Camera Notes:Camera Height: 4' Lens: 17mm
Short Description: Chinese Dolly to Reveal Both Eyes Compositional Description: The Camera starts at high angle profile but then moves with a chinese dolly to reveal both eyes. Camera Notes: Camera Height: 5' Lens: 35mm
Short Description: Medium of Chase at Window as he turns and grabs the bag. Compositional Description: Slight dutch angle, Chase turns from looking out the window (helicopter light still flashing behind him), and approaches the bag (grey thing left of frame). Camera Notes: Camera Height: 2' (on high hat) Lens: 50mm
Short Description: Camera booms up from Chase at the sink. Compositional Description: Camera starts at the sink and follows his hands up his face. Camera Notes: Camera Height: On the Jib with the GH3 all the way against the wall. Lens: 17mm
COMING SOON. THIS BITCH IS COMPLICATED.
Be in the mean time here’s the ending frame:
Short Description: Crazy fucking mirror and jib shot Compositional Description:OTS of Chase looking at Chase's refection. The police lights start flashing behind him. The camera RACKS to the door. Chase moves to the door and the camera does a 90 degree dolly turns and booms/jibs down on the crane to the fat man behind the door. Camera Notes: Camera Height: Jib, on dolly with the Gh3 Lens: 28mm
Short Description: Over chases shoulder, close on fat man. Compositional Description:OTS of Chase with a high angle looking at the fat man. Start with the frame above, Chase will the pull the man closer when he tells him to shush. Camera Notes: Camera Height: 4' Lens: 35mm
*Shot that’s not in the shot list:
Short Description: Reversal of 5B Compositional Description:Will be slightly closer then the image above. A low angle looking up at Chase. A reversal of 5b. Camera Notes: Camera Height: 2' 5'' Lens: 28mm
Case moves to the front of the bed:
Camera booms AND dollies camera right to:
Short Description: Wide of Chase coming to bag Compositional Description: Camera starts at as a wide shot of the door, chase walks into a close profile. The police lights still flashing and the helicopter light still flashing in the window. The camera jibs/booms down with while dollying and zooming in to a 30mm on the bag as Chase grabs it. Camera Notes: Camera Height: jibs and dollies Lens: 28mm and zooms to 30mm
8A, 10A and 12A
Camera slowly creeps into Chase as he reads the note:
End of move blue print:
Short Description: Wide of Chase coming to bag Compositional Description: The camera slowly creeps into Chase as he dolly in as he reads the note. Keep the lines. D.R, I know the lens is wide but we'll be on the 17-35 so we can go longer if we end up needing. Tyler would it be get a slight sodium vapor (defiantly not mercury vapor) spill on the left back wall. Camera Notes: Camera Height: 5 feet on dolly Lens: 17mm, may zoom in to crush the focal length.
Blue print (on 50mm)
Short Description: Close Up (Krieging shot) of Chase after he reads letter Compositional Description: The camera is EYE LEVEL, for the first time. A krieging shot is a shot, on sticks, that starts dutch and ends level. (I'll show you the trick I use that accomplishes this). In this case, the camera shifts from being dutch to having even horizon lines, the first time the leading lines of the frame haven't been dutch. On the fifty this time because bokeh is important, and it should be used to make the PERCEIVED depth of field me shallow. However, if the fifty isn't enough, go to the 35mm and match the composition of the frame by moving Chase closer to the camera. We will also be on the Gh3 for the shot if need be. Tyler, I'd like to go wide open on this shot if it's not too time consuming of a change in lighting. Camera Notes: Camera Height: 5 feet on dolly Lens: 17mm, may zoom in to crush the focal length.