Shot list is a list of all the shots that are contained in the film. A shot list is done to see how many shots we have in our film and for the cinematographer, to understand where the cameras are positioned and how many shots will be there overall.
This shot plan was made by the cinematographer in our group to understand better where the camera are placed and in what shot the scene is placed.
A shot plan is a drawing of the location where the film is shot, including where the camera is positioned and in what shot is it going to be filming. For example, the first shot, labelled 1 would be in a close up, shot 2 would be a mid shot and etc.
Storyboard is a series of images of the shots that will be in the film. They are put into order, so that the director knows where the characters are positioned. A storyboard also helps the cinematographer know where and how to shoot the particular shot.