Hocking DPP (2001 September–present)
Pete Hocking takes a daily self-portrait and posts it to the internet. He also finds that he becomes the object of the bear community's desire, as well as a few jackasses'.
Me (2001 November–present)
Ahree Lee makes a nice video of three years of everyday photographs.
eyemachine (2002 January 01–present)
Andy Luginbühl takes the portraits, and then set up a system to animate the images with the eyes lined up. I did this with a year's worth of images manually a few years ago. I'd never do it manually again...
09h09 (2002 September 18–present)
Jean-Michel Gobet takes a photo at 09:09 every day and blogs about it. What's more amazing is that he's awake at 09:09 every day!
Lebensbilder [Life Pictures] (2002 December, 2003 October, 2004 April–present)
Tom, Ralf, and Michaela make the daily photo a German family affair.
O's Daily Photo (2003 January 01–present)
Orin's image collection was randomly found while I was self-servingly looking at my standings in various search engines. She definitely has more interesting t-shirts than I've seen lately. And that domain name is hilarious.
Daily Jason (2003 January 06–present)
Jason Fletcher does the 'Daily Photo Project' with goofy faces and on crack.
John Stone Fitness (2003 January 06–present)
John Stone pasty and flabby --> --> --> John Stone tan and cut. Quite possibly the freakest thing I have ever seen.
Russian DPP (2003 August 02–present)
Vadim Malguine shaves his head and starts taking photographs.
Daily Marqs (2003 August 27–present)
Markus does the daily photo 3/4 shot.
Jeden Tag eins mehr... (2003 September 25–present)
German Stephan H. Schumann is yet another daily shot-maker.
Twindex (2003 November 23–present)
Welcome at[sic] the Daily Photo Project from Sven and Tobias Staude! Twins doing daily photos. It'll be really sad when one dies.
Daily Photo Project (2003 November 23–2006 April 14)
Phil McCombs is another daily dude, though he has some serious lapses in documentation.
Ellora Klein (2004–present)
Arno Klein's working on the full documentation of daughter Ellora. Includes video.
Self Portrait (2004 May 14–2005 September 03)
Trey Bean documents his self portrait via Quicktime.
:18 Project (2004 July–2006 January)
Christine Gatti takes two photos 18 minutes after every hour, every day for 18 months. She takes one self-portrait, and then one of the environment she is in at that time. Amazing work.
Olivia Project (2004 July 25–2004 December 25)
Imelda's friend Olivia Juliana Lyles DeLuna gets her picture taken and her mom posts it on the web. How very cute! I think this project stopped at Christmas-time...bummer.
Bent Lips (2004 July 25–2005 July 25)
Priscilla smiles, and smiles, and smiles. Let's hope she keeps it up for longer than a year!
Daily Fratze (2005 August 04–present)
MC Winkels from Germany...
Daily Fratze (2005 August 07–present) Michael Simons from Germany is apparently inspired by MC Winkels from Germany... Now a site that "is a small community centered around daily photo projects. You'll find a place with room for narcissism, discussion, in short: documented lives."
Jeder-Tag (2006 January 01–present)
Anthoney from Germany is yet another white guy who looks like he's in IT doing a daily photo.
Russell Higgs (2006 July 21–present)
Russell's only been at it for a couple months, but I am flabbergasted at the results so far.
yyyymmdd (2006 November 10–present)
Taylor Everett's personal daily photo adventure.
Jedentag (2007 January 01–present)
Dimitri comes from Germany/Berlin and he takes every day pictures.
Everyday from Birth (2007 January 22–2008 January)
David P Craig's parents attempt to make him a daily-documented boy.
photographer Ari Versluis and stylist Ellie Uyttenbroek work together to systematically document the striking dress codes of various social groups. Very nice. indeed.
20 Sites n Years (1973–present)
Tom Phillips photographs 20 South London sites annually, in order, at the same time of day.
Invincible Cities (1977–present)
Along the same lines as above, Camilo Jose Vergara has been documenting America's ghettos by photographing the built environment in
Harlem, the South Bronx, Chicago, Newark and other places since the 1970's.
Photo of the Day (1979 March–1997 October)
Hugh Crawford and Betsy Reid's digital version of Jamie Livingston's 'Photo of the Day' Polaroid project.
Tomoko Sawada gets in the photo booth for 400 different personas, including her own. [her site]
First Day (1999 january–present)
First Day Photography will sell you a photo of the sunrise on your special day.
Eat 22 (2001 March–2002 March)
Ellie Harrison documents everything she eats for one full year.
Get In My Belly! (2002 October–present)
Adam Seifer documents everything (not really) he eats.
Pasta-Log Yet another documentation of food, this time, only pasta, and framed beautifully.
American Mile Markers Matt Frondorf drives across the USA (New York to San Fran) taking a photo every mile.
Every Object Interaction (2003 September–present)
Alberto Frigo photographs and catalogues every object he interects with. It seems like he has almost replaced one of his hands with a camera. At the time he sent me this link, there were 23'308 images entered into the database.
365 Polaroids (1997)
Andy Walker presents a year's worth of polaroid self-portraits.