New York photographer and LomoAmigo Noah Kalina, known for his Everyday project, has just updated his video after the first one six years ago. That’s 4,514 self-portraits condensed into an almost 8-minute time-lapse video. Check it out!
If you’ve been living under a rock these past few years, Noah K. Everyday is an ongoing(!) project in which Noah Kalina takes a self-portrait every day. It started on January 11, 2000, when he was just 19 years old. It gained recognition in 2006 when he uploaded a time-lapse video showing his progress, and promptly inspiring others to embark on their own self-portrait projects.
It proved to be so viral that it even inspired a part in one of The Simpsons episodes back in 2007!
And just yesterday, he has uploaded the updated version of the video — one that includes all the self-portraits that he had taken after the first video, resulting into a near 8-minute video with a rate of about 10 frames per second. That’s a montage of 12 years and 5 months’ worth of everyday photos. Wow!
He became one of our LomoAmigos back in 2010, and he was also noted as the official photographer for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s wedding earlier this year!