J.K. Keller took daily self-portraits from the same angle for 16 years. Gwen Breitstein has details on how one man responded to a challenge from his girlfriend.
He now has over 5,000 photos, which he has complied into a mesmerizing time-lapse video more than three minutes long.
JK started his project, “Living My Life Faster,” in October 1998, when he was 22, to document how his face and hair changes over the course of his life.
This daily photo project actually started out of spite. JK’s girlfriend at the time mocked his purchase of what she considered an expensive Nikon Coolpix 900, sarcastically asking, “Are you going to use it every day?”
He did. Every day for 16 years. The video is stunning.