10/24 Global Project

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This project started back in 2002 and its purpose is to capture a single moment – October 24, 10:24 GMT – as it passed through different locations over the globe.

This project started back in 2002 and its purpose is to capture a single moment – October 24, 10:24 GMT – as it passed through different locations over the globe.

www.perceptionthree.net/1024/about.html

What was intended as a one-time experiment has since grown into an annual event, with each year bringing a mix of regular and new participants from almost every continent.

To date, the project has seen participants shooting in various cities and towns in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Venezuela, Britain, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Due to many requests from participants, the project was opened to non-lomographers in 2003. Since then, the event has been open to all camera-users. The spirit of lomography – to ‘shoot from the hip’, however, still drives this project, and this is clearly seen in the wonderful images that come our way every year.

ten/twentyfour is essentially more than a document of one moment in our lives. It’s about taking a closer look at our immediate surroundings and perhaps finding things we’ve never noticed or imagined before.

2008 marks the seventh year of our project. As we welcome new participants to this year’s event, we extend our appreciation to all our past contributors. ten/twentyfour would not have been possible without you generously sharing your vision, so that the rest of us may, for one brief moment, sneak a peek into your corner of the world. Join participants from around the world as they attempt to capture one 24-hour period as it passes over several locations on the globe on October 24, 10:24 GMT.

Check this link for information on participating in 10/24 http://www.perceptionthree.net/1024/participate.html

written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-10-15 #news #event #10-24

8 Comments

  1. wherearemysunglasses
    wherearemysunglasses ·

    I can't wait! :)

  2. wynwyn
    wynwyn ·

    ironically, the one-second will not work at this time (10:24am) because even with the fastest film available at this speed the shot will be too overexposed

  3. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    It's a great project and I can't wait to participate to this years edition! :))

  4. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    i already signed up

  5. weechonghooi
    weechonghooi ·

    I cant wait too... I must at least get myself involve in it!! GO!

  6. xbalboax
    xbalboax ·

    10/24 already man time is flying

  7. scootiepye
    scootiepye ·

    Time again ! time goes by past - I love this project - it's so part of my yearly calender:)

    scootiepye

  8. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    i'm scanning my last roll right now

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