If taking and posting one photo a day for an entire year seems like a daunting task, the folks over at Aday.org have a proposition for you. On May 15, 2012, the Aday project is asking people around the world to pick up a camera and take a few photos to document their daily lives.
The project is similar in concept to the One Day on Earth crowdsourced video,which used snippets of video taken by professionals and amateurs around the world to create a movie documenting life during that one day. Aday organizers are asking participants to simply photograph their daily lives—both what's physically close to them and what simply matters to them.
Unlike the One Day on Earth video ,Aday will compile and preserve all the submitted photographs for generations to share,compare,and explore.The organization's stated goal is to use the power of photography to create,share and inspire perspectives on daily life—today and tomorrow.