This is a post from my “Just Three” Challenge, a 28-day photography project to capture a series of three-photo-story sequences — to tell a brief narrative using just three pictures taken that day. Each day from February 22nd through March 21st I’ll be posting a three-panel photo collection that makes use of one of the six styles of story-telling transition.
I have a weakness and it’s name is “key lime pie.”
(But I probably shouldn’t tell you that.)
I was buying my (otherwise healthy) lunch and the folks at the market had just finished cutting up some delicious-looking desserts… which normally I would avoid. But I coupled a stray craving with a need for a photo-subject and, voilà…
Day 5: Key Lime
Camera: iPhone 5S
Post-Processing: Just re-sized for the web.
Story: Sitting in the sun in the corner of a noisy food court, lunch is capped with a fresh and creamy slice of key lime pie. Anticipation. Initiation. Satisfaction.
Technique: Beyond temporarily resisting the temptation to eat my subject, nothing special other than some targeted framing of the pie in different poses and trying to capture a bit of sunlight in each shot.
Evaluation: Simple but effective, I think. And mouthwatering. And it was delicious, too.