8 minutes video contains 12 years age

8 minutes video contains 12 years age

Everyday is a viral video produced by New York photographer Noah Kalina. It features a fast montage of thousands of pictures of Kalina spanning a period of six years all played sequentially.
Noah Kalina has just updated his self-portrait project with more than six years of new daily snapshots. The project, titled “Everyday,” has existed for more than twelve and a half years and now contains 4,514 photographs in a rapidly moving montage of imagery.

The stunning photographs show Kalina maintaining the same expression as viewers watch him age 12 years before their eyes in just under eight minutes.

Kalina began taking a photo of himself every day starting on January 11, 2000, at age 19. The video everyday shows the photos chronologically, six per second, with an original piano score by Carly Comando. Throughout the compilation, Kalina’s face remains emotionless in the center of the frame. Kalina uploaded the video to Vimeo on August 8, 2006 and YouTube on August 27, 2006. Everyday was featured on an episode of VH1’s Web Junk 20 and on commercials for Time Warner Cable’s Roadrunner service. In a New York Times article, William A. Ewing, director of the Musée de l’Elysée, was quoted as saying, “Noah’s video represents a phenomenal amplification not just in what he produced and how he did it, but how many people the piece touched in such a short period of time. There is nothing comparable in the history of photography.”

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