What do famous tourist places look like if you turn the camera in the other direction?
Anyone who has visited the world-famous tourist places in recent years, know perfectly well how difficult it is to achieve the perfect frame. It’s almost impossible to take a good picture without having hundreds of selfie sticks at the same time. But British photographer Oliver Curtis approached the task of avoiding the crowd outside the box. He simply shoots famous places, pointing the camera in the opposite direction. A series of photos called Volte-face. The photographer was born the idea of the project, when he was at the pyramids at Giza. “Nearby I saw a newly built golf course, its tracks and bright greens. I thought that this visual sandwich from contrasting colors, textures and shapes is interesting ... because of the unusualness of my location. I stood beside one of the great wonders of the world, turning in the wrong direction. ”