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It features a fast montage of thousands of pictures of Kalina spanning a period of six years all played sequentially.
Kalina began taking a photo of himself every day starting on January 11,at age The video Everyday shows the photos chronologically, six per second, with an original piano score by his ex-girlfriend Carly Comando. There is nothing comparable in the history of photography.
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Kalina had originally intended Everyday to be a photo project, but was encouraged to make a film after seeing a video by Ahree Lee, which consisted of time lapse portraits of the artist. He compiled his photographs into a video and released it on YouTube.
In Decemberbecause of the notoriety of EverydayVH1 commissioned Kalina to take photographs of himself in the same pose used in Everydaybut alongside various celebrities, including Paris HiltonLance BassDavid HasselhoffJenna Jamesonwill. The photographs were taken backstage at the VH1 Big in ’06 Awards.
In the televised ceremony, several of the pictures were shown before and after commercial breaks. On July 16,Kalina announced an extension to his Everyday video on his website.
The extended video, released to YouTube on September 4, shows 12 years, 5 months of his self-portraits with a run time of 7: He graduated from the School of Visual Arts. The Everydah episode ” Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind ” includes an adaptation of Kalina’s video;  in that scene, 39 years of Homer Simpson ‘s life flash before him with the same musical score playing in the background.
Family Guy has also done a parody of the video; Peter takes a picture of himself every day in the same fashion as Noah, except it is set to the song ” Hey There Delilah ” by the Plain White T’s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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