Once you associate your Celtx Storyboard with your Celtx screenplay you will have a Storyboard tab that will have a little storyboard section for each numbered scene in your script. Here you can choose a type of shot it is going to be for what is listed in that scene from options like Wide, Master, or Medium.
Below you have two picture spots, one for a storyboard image and one for a sketch. If you click on the one that says Add Image you can then take an image that is saved on your computer, usually that was taken from the storyboard artist and then scanned and uploaded.
If you click on the Add Sketch you will be taken to the Celtx sketch area where you can create a sketch that is used in this spot. The sketch is a unique aspect of your Celtx document and is usually a directional image that is constructed with items arrows and boxes.
Below these boxes is an Add Shot button. For each specific shot you will use the Add Shot button and complete the process of labeling the shot type, adding a storyboard image constructed by the storyboard artist, and then adding a Celtx sketch.
When you are done with this you will have integrated a complete storyboard, shot list, and image sketch to each numbered scene according to what is already in your screenplay. This will allow this document to remain permanently linked with your screenplay, so it is the perfect way for the Director of Photography to link the storyboard in a way that all other departments can see it so as to determine their tasks.