Put the date in your diary! Set your alarm clock! Grab your camera! (And your birthday party hat!)
Sunday 14th April 2013 at…….4am!
What is the 4am Project?
The 4am Project is a ground-breaking global photography project that aims to encourage worldwide social collaboration to capture a view of the world at the often unseen time of 4am.
Since it’s launch in April 2009, the project has attracted participants from nearly 50 countries, and there is a digital archive of over 7000 images and is one of the biggest world-wide photography collaborations.
Why not flex your photography muscles with other photographers around the world at 4am (in your local time) on Sunday 14th April?
It’s a thought provoking project that inspires and challenges! Experience an often unseen time of the day and be part of a world wide community collaboration!
Who can take part?
Any one at all. All you need is a camera!
How do I take part?
It’s very easy! Simply upload your 4am Photos to flickr, tag them 4amproject, and geotag them too. You can find some instructions here.
You can submit photos that are taken between 4am-5am, so you have a whole hour to get your shots!
Tell your friends!
Why not get together with your friends for a 4am Project photo walk!
Help spread the word and share the news about the next 4am Project event by embedding this great count down clock on your blog or website!
(Can’t see the clock? You may need to update your flash settings)
You can find out more about the project here and how it started, and the press release it located here. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with Karen Strunks, the creative director of the project by email/twitter/phone.
And you can keep in touch with the 4am Project on twitter! @4amproject
Are you going to organise your own 4am Project walk in your town or city? Let me know and I can give it a shout out, plus feel free to let people know about it on our Facebook page and Flickr Group. There are just a few simple guidelines for organising your 4am Project walk.
Roll on 14th April! Happy 4am photographing!