By David Pescovitz at 11:03 am Mon, Sep 17, 2012
You've likely seen Noah Kalina's updated daily self-portrait video, now including more than twelve years of photos. If you haven't, it's below. The image above is Than Tibbetts' averages of each year. "Average Noah Kalina"
Is it just me or does the 12 year Average Noah look like the Ecce Homo Resto?
I’m a bit scared by how quickly the freckles appear after the 5:00 mark on the video. There were none and then, suddenly, he’s like a quail egg.
I wonder if he kind of hates that he ever had this idea.
So if you speed Noah up really fast he’s Christopher Walken?
So many questions: did he intentionally rotate around the room during the 3-7 year time zone or did it just work out that way? Why, around the 7-9 year point did he go through a cycle of growing a light beard and shaving it off about a half-dozen times? Did he use a digital camera for the entire project, a film camera or did he switch over time?
its like watching someone travel through time
There are a couple of people doing this. Here is someone who created an apparatus which takes 2 pictures a day and the camera revolves around him over time. He’s been at it for 17 years according to this video:
it is a fake, 12 years ago the digital era was just at the beginning and more, if you pay attention on his eyes and an orange t-shirt coming out in many shoots, you can easly realize he made it in maybe 3 months
Dude, he’s been putting up videos like this since he started… The first chunk is the original video. The first one I saw was over the course of four years, and I saw it eight years ago.
12 years ago the digital era was just at the beginning
Aww, that’s so sweet!
He’d get a much sharper and more interesting average image if he co-registered them using landmarks like his eyes and the tip of his nose.
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