FROM the Subway to the Barras and parks to pop up bars - Glasgow was captured in a 24 hour photography project.

More than 50 amateur and professional photographers joined forces on Saturday, April 7 to create a visual library of a day in the city.

A Day In The Life documented the people and places that make Glasgow tick from football fans to Saturday shoppers; famous landmarks to hidden hideaways.

Led by award-winning street photographer Mark Waugh, the photographers generated 2104 images from midnight to midnight, spanning the length and breadth of Glasgow.

Over the course of the day, the team of photographers recorded Dundee fans descending on Glasgow to see them take on Rangers and buskers entertaining the 24-hour party people revelling in Glasgow’s nightlife.

They shot stag parties celebrating the groom’s last night of freedom and commuters travelling underground via Glasgow Subway.

Photographers captures colourful street performers bringing a smile to Buchanan Street and antique shopping in Barras Market.

The next stage of A Day In The Life will see an artist take a selection of photographs from each of the photographers who took part and transform them collectively into a piece of art.

Inspired by the blog Humans Of New York, which has 7.7 million Instagram followers and 18 million Facebook followers, this snapshot of Glasgow was the idea of UK-wide company

Ian Cowley, managing director of, said: “A Day In The Life is so special.

"With the help of talented photographers from across the city we’ve captured the fast paced, ever changing world around us, ensuring those unique moments are now forever frozen in time providing a unique legacy to the city of Glasgow.

“The overwhelming amount of interest we had from local amateur photographers magnifies how much the people of the city appreciate the arts and its culture.

"We’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who got involved.”

The full library of photos can now be viewed at

Mark added: “Through this project we’ve truly captured Glasgow’s personality and current diverse landscape.

"These pictures will forever testify what happened in Glasgow on 7th April 2018 and will tell a story to future generations.”