Last month I posted a recipe for roasted applesauce as part of a class project at Northeastern University. The project started with a single photograph that had to show “transformation.” It then progressed to taking that one photo and adding more photographs to create a sequence. That’s why last month’s recipe was accompanied by an audio slideshow.
Today, the project continues with the assignment being to create two Vine videos: one that extends the concept in a Vine video; and another that demonstrates a change in POV: not the camera angle point of view, but the perspective in how the author (me) wants the audience (you) to feel about the subject.
VINE VIDEO ONE: Features a mad chef chopping apples to make applesauce from scratch.
VINE VIDEO TWO: Features a prissy man opening store-bought applesauce and tasting it to his displeasure.