A man took the same selfie for 20 years, and he put the results into one incredible video
- Starting on January 11, 2000, photographer Noah Kalina took a self portrait every day for 20 years.
- He started the project years before the concept of a "selfie" even existed. It was just called a self portrait back then, and he used cameras with flippable viewfinders so he could see himself before snapping each photo.
- Kalina only missed 27 out of 7,305 days, and a handful of images from August 2003 were lost in a hard drive crash.
- After 20 years, Kalina cut the whole archive - some 7,263 photos in all - into an incredible video. The project is known as "Everyday." Check out the video below!
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