TIME TO EDIT: "Then, it's time to edit your storyboard concept down to what will be the final storyboard for your shoot," Dimitrios says. "You need to have your final decision before the shoot so you have a clear cision, a clear idea, and a clear direction of where you're going!"
WATCH THE OTHER WEBISODES! Ok, so now that you've learned how to create a storyboard concept, the next step is to watch the other four episodes to learn all about how to cast your model for the shoot, how to meet with the photographer, how to prep for the big day, and then tips for the ACTUAL day of the shoot. Click here to watch the rest of Dimitrios' tips!
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