Videos like this one from Jordan Wilson fascinate me. For one, having the foresight to start a project like this at the age of 13 is pretty impressive, but to see how our face and structure evolve over the years as we transition from a child into an adult is interesting to see. What’s particularly impressive about this one, though, is how well it’s shot.
Jordan started shooting a selfie a day at 13 years old, long before selfies were all that fashionable, and then repeated the process every day for 15 years in the same position, from the same angle with the same lighting. It makes for a much better and cleaner record than most of the other multi-year selfie timelapses we’ve seen.