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What does your world look like at 4am?
May 1, 2013 at 18:02
The aim of the 4amproject is to gather a collection of photos from around the world at the magical time time of 4am
Everyone can take part and join in! All you need is a camera.
They want to see what you see at that moment in time on that one day.
What’s your view at 4am?
Get ready for 4am on the 24th!!
The 4amproject has been going for a number of years and was created by Karen Strunks from Birmingham Uk and no matter where you are in the world or your photographic proficiency you can take part.
When ever you find your self up at 4am and feeling creative grab your camera and record what you see and how you feel and let the world catch a glimpse of what you see.You have until 5am your time to capture your glimpse of your world at 4am.
You might decide to shoot indoors or at a special place, you will need to think about lighting and in particular whether there is any although shooting in a dark layby with only the flash of your camera can add to the excitement!!
Each year a number of global projects happen and the next one is on the 24th of April which will bring the world together at 4am Hugglestone thought that the global project was on the 4th.
Huggleston presents 4amTheMovie
Over 5000 pictures have been posted showing a wide variety of glimpses of the world brought together through an interest of what the world looks like at 4am and photography.You can see these pictures,find out more and how to post your pictures to the groups flickr group by visiting the projects official website at 4amproject
Rage Arts are developing a feature film which will bring the world together to create it, for more information visit wwff. We are looking for one group in the West Midlands or surrounding area who would like to work with professionals to make their own short film as part of Digital Stories.
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