Non-Photoshopped Upside Down Portraits by Caulton Morris

They say that sometimes you have to change your point of view to come up with an answer or a solution, and looks like a British photographer Caulton Morris took this advice quite literally. His work “Upside” is a series of self-portraits, where the guy stands upside down in the most bizarre settings. Be that a house that his sister is renovating, a boat in the ocean or a loo – you’ll see him with his feet up where you’d expect the face to be.

The guy uses a 10-second timer and, obviously, his good body coordination, to make the shots. The hilarious pictures are completely real, and with every new upload Caulton has to once again swear they weren’t retouched!


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