Archbishop Desmond Tutu wants people to share their photos. Photo: San Tang, AP
May 15th

Thousands will upload with Desmond Tutu

"My job was to get people from Mt. Everest to sign up"
4:43 min

Tens of thousands of people will take a picture of their lives on Tuesday, May 15th. The initiative comes from Sweden and the project is called A Day in the World.

“We want to get people from all over the world to grab their cameras to document their daily life,” says Oskar Kihlborg, the photographer/adventurer who is involved in the project.

Kihlborg is in charge of the extremes. “My first job was to try to get people from Mt. Everest and the Antarctic to sign up,” he says.

The project aims to help people use photography to "create, share, and compare perspectives on daily life".

People who want to participate have to take the picture on May 15th, 2012. They then have a week to upload the pictures they take. The website is called ADAY.org.

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