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Join photographers around the world on 14th April at 4am for our 4th Birthday global photography event!

Put the date in your diary! Set your alarm clock! Grab your camera! (And your birthday party hat!)

For…..

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.

Take a browse of some of the amazing images that 4am Project photographers have captured so far!

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

Come on over to our Facebook page

Join our flickr group.

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! :)

4am Project event – November 2012

For this latest 4am Project event I teamed up with the Lakeside Arts which is part of Nottingham University who are holding an exhibition,  Saturday Night Sunday Morning. Well, that’s just the right time for 4am photographers, so I put a call out to all the 4am Project peeps and asked them to get up and get involved!

The UK weather wasn’t being very photography friendly come the time. In fact, I wondered if anyone would venture outside at all!

I made this little video as the Nottingham 4am walk approached.

I needn’t have worried after all as about 40 4am Photographers showed up for the event! Wow!!

4am Project Photographers in Nottingham November 2012

Some of the water proof 4am Photographers in Nottingham!

The wonderful 4am photographs of Nottingham are coming in over on flickr.

Check out this slideshow of the photos so far!!

Of course it wasn’t just Nottingham photographers who ventured away from the cozy confines of their beds, photographers from all over the world took part; Italy, El Salvador, Belgium, Portugal, UK, USA, and Venezuela to name a few!

Some photographers ventured out on solo expeditions, and some gathered together for photo walks.

Sit back, relax and take a 4am tour of all the wonderful photographs that were taken at this event!

Thank you to all the photographers who took part!

The next 4am Project date will be in April 2013, and of course, if you would like to hire me to organise a 4am Project walk in your town or city, in the UK or further afield, or sponsor the next global event, just get in touch!

Come and say Hi over on our Facebook Page and on Twitter!

Set your alarm and grab your camera on Sunday 25th November!

And we are back for our second event of 2012!

You are invited to take part in the 4am Project on Sunday 25th November at 4am and capture of view of your world!

What’s the 4am Project about?

It’s about photography! And community and global collaboration, doing something different, taking on a photography challenge and of course experiencing the beauty of 4am which is a wonderful and contrasting time of day!

Who takes part?

The 4am Project is open to anyone, anywhere to take part. All you need is a camera. Since it’s launch in 2009 photographers in 50 countries have taken part and showcased over 6000 photographs of their view of the world at 4am.

How to take part?

It’s really easy to take part. Simply sign up for a free flickr account and tag your best 4am photos ’4amproject’ and geotag them too. Visit our guide for more details.

Where?

Everywhere! We want to see your unique view of the world and build a global photography of the magical time of 4am.

AND!

As a very special event,  I’ll be hosting at 4am Project photo walk in Nottingham city centre!

I have teamed up with Lakeside Arts Centre and their amazing Saturday Night Sunday Morning exhibition and I’m inviting photographers in and around Nottingham to join me in experiencing and capturing the city centre at 4am!

We will be meeting outside the Council House in the Old Market Square. Places are limited and you can reserve your place on Eventbrite.

Eventbrite - 4am Project in Nottingham!

This is a great opportunity to get together with friends and local photographers and flex your photography skills in unison!

If you are organising an event for your area, let me know and I’ll give a shout out on twitter and Facebook.

Obviously take care when you are going out, and remember that you are taking part in the project at your own risk.  If you are going out on your own tell friends/family where you are going and what time you will be home.

Have fun! If you have any questions please get in touch.

Follow us on twitter @4amproject and Facebook and join the 4am Project group on Flickr! :)

Grab some 4am Project photography inspiration!

4am Photographer featured on The Guardian’s website!

A few days ago I picked up the news on twitter that 4am photographer, Andy Toots, has had his latest 4am photograph featured on The Guardian’s website! Congratulations Andy!

Andy says, “I wanted to go out around my village and take some photos, but didn’t plan very well and only got so far as the end of my driveway, where I took this self-portrait”. And what a striking self portrait it is!

Have your 4am Project photos been featured by any publications? Get in touch, and let me know! :)

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