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Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens

South African photographer Anelia Loubser’s latest photo series challenges our perception of emotions. Instead of photographing people’s faces straight on, she only photographed the top of their heads. She then flipped the image and played with the composition. The results are very interesting. 

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

Upside down faces are a little strange

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

And very interesting.

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

They look a little like a strange science experiment

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

Doesn’t it make you wonder what your face would look like?

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

If your eyes were flipped upside down.

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

Or other parts of your face were jumbled around.

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography
Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

The eyes seem to stand out the most

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

It’s pretty amazing.

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

And very creative.

Woman Takes Upside-Down Photographs Of People And They Look Like Aliens
Anelia Loubser Photography

More info: Anelia Loubser Photography

“This collection of portraits challenges the viewer by using creative tactics based on the concept, If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change,” said Loubser.

It’s time to start taking photographs.

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