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One second from every day

Brande Jackson

I try to take at least one photo a day, but love this - something quite beautiful about the nuance of every day moments that make up a life.

"For the second time, photographer Kent Frost has made a video of an entire year, told through one-second clips. He created one to document 2012, and received acclaim for it. This year's film has one notable difference though. In 2013, Frost and his wife Carolyn became first-time parents."- Huffingtonpost.com

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I'd like to start doing this too. It would help me remember simple moments- and cherish them. Thanks for sharing. The pregnancy test and the baby socks moments hit me the most.

    • Jackie Ramirez

      I actually started doing this last year when I saw Cesar Kuriyama's TED talk on filming one second of your day everyday (http://www.ted.com/talks/cesar_kuriyama_one_second_every_day.html). He even created an app to help you bring together your video phone clips and it has reminders too so you don't forget. It definitely helps you remember great moments in life as well as the bad ones to remind you to be thankful :)

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        I filmed one second today bec I was so inspired! (And I started to observe more on my drive into work!).

        • Brande Jackson

          Love it! And thanks for the TED talk, Jackie - had not seen it! I think they key to staying on it would be to edit monthly, so that you have a growing piece rather than an overwhelming task at the end of the year.

          I love the mundane too - the way we can remember a day from simple image. Amazing!

          • Jackie Ramirez

            Your welcome and you're right. When I saw the TED talk I thought it was brilliant. I loved how I could remember the whole moment just from watching a 1 second clip of it.