The 24 Hour Project (2015 Edition) Starts At Midnight Tonight

2015 24 Hour Project

The 2105 Edition of the 24 Hour Project starts at midnight on March 21, 2015 and this year’s theme is the human condition. Join thousands of documentary and street photographers from around the world and capture the human condition in your city with a new pic every hour for 24 hours. Hit the jump for mor info.

The 24 Hour Project (2015 Edition)

2015 24 Hour Project
Photo © Felice Privitera

The 2015 edition of the #24HourProject starts at midnight on March 21, 2015 and runs for 24 hours in your city’s time zone. The idea is to post one image per hour for 24 hours that uniquely represents your city. The theme this year is “the human condition” and images can show any of the positive or negative aspects of existence. Organizers are looking for universal emotions of humor, love, sadness, joy, fulfillment, pain, loneliness but really you can document your city any old way you see fit.

You can use a smartphone or any type of camera but all images must be shot and published during the March 21, 2015 at 00:00 am to 23:59 pm. Share one image per hour for 24 hours on Instagram or Twitter using this sample template:

2:30am #Your_City “Title{optional}” by @your_username as part of the #24hourproject #24hr15 #24hr15_YourCity. For more information please visit the @24hourproject

The event has already gotten underway in many cities across the world so you can check instagram for the hashtags #24hourproject or #24hour15 to travel forward in time and see what the rest of the world has already seen.

It’s free to participate in the 24 Hour Project (2015 Edition) but you still need to register:

StreetShootr’s Take

This is an amazing event that is growing every year so now’s a great time to join in! I never make it through the full 24 hours but I’m eager to make as many of the 24 shots as I can. It’s free to participate, and the 24 Hour Project brings people from around the world together with a common goal. What’s not to love?

What’s your take on the 2015 Edition of the 24 Hour Project? Just another Instagram meme? Or a great chance to flex your documentary muscles and show off your city to the world? Post your ideas in the comments below and keep the conversation going!

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