It’s by the BBC Capture Wales team and we wrote it to coincide with the Digital Storytelling Gathering tour around Wales last month. It’s on the BBC Wales Digital Storytelling website. Hope you find it useful.
Here’s a link to the html menu page on the BBC website. And here’s a link to the pdf download which has a bonus section by Lisa Heledd outlining various new forms of digital storytelling, together with instructions – DS Recipe Cards, kind of. The pdf currently lacks Simon Turner’s fantastic article about recording people’s voices.
Table of Contents:
The ideal venue
Find the story
Getting the story down on paper
Refining the story
Things to look out for when making a story
Taking digital photos
Editing your Digital Story
Sharing your Digital Story
(Bonus section in PDF download only)
Digital Storytelling forms with introduction
1. Four-day Digital Storytelling workshop
2. Shoebox Stories workshop
3. In the Frame
4. In a Flash
5. This is Where
6. Story Walks
Gilly Adams: storycircle director Capture Wales.
Huw Davies: trainer and post producer Capture Wales.
Carwyn Evans: assistant producer Capture Wales.
Lisa Heledd: assistant producer Capture Wales.
Lisa Jones: project co-ordinator Capture Wales.
Karen Lewis, partnerships manager BBC Wales, former project
producer Capture Wales.
Daniel Meadows: Cardiff University, former creative director of BBC Capture Wales.
Gareth Morlais: project producer Capture Wales.
Simon Turner: Gloucester University, freelance sound recordist
with Capture Wales.
Photos by Carwyn Evans and Lisa Heledd.