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5 March 2015

The 24 Hour Project is an ongoing street photography project to document the world's humanity on a single day each year. And this year, creators Renzo Grande and Sam Smotherman have picked Saturday, March 21 for the 2015 edition of the project.

The theme this year is "the human condition." The FAQ notes, "You should share 24 photos, one per hour, during 24 hours from 00:00 a.m. to 23:59 p.m. of your city time zone."

A sample template for Instagram users will be made available on the FAQ page. But images can also be shared on Twitter, Flickr, Facebook and Tumblr.

Last year, which was the third year of the project, 900 photographers from 72 countries participated.

Registration is required. The form asks which brand of smartphone and camera you'll be using "for statistical purposes."

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