World Upside Down
Again, we visit the upside down world of celebrities, who, according to the magazines have more problems per square inch than the average person. With all their wealth they could just rent Dr. Phil 24 hours a day. What hope do we have?
Shot with a Google Pixel XL2 which of course would not let me take an updside photo so I did it post edit. But I tried.
One of the first lessons that most of us have learned here at 52frames, is that you have to check that your horizons are level and not tilted. This week, however, we are not only going to tilt our horizons but totally turn them upside down. What is up is going to be down and what is going to be sideways is going to be right ways. Confused? Good, and welcome to the upside down challenge, creative Framers! You are going to have to explore situations that will create upside down images such as reflections, turning your camera upside down, flipping images in your photo editor, or shooting through a glass ball, glass of water or water drops. Or you can just take a photo of someone doing a handstand or any subject that is upside down! No need to make this complicated! You can also simply shoot anything with the camera upside down. (You could also just flip any photo in the edit, but that's not really the point of the challenge)