Do a search for the world’s most famous landmarks, and you’ll find an endless stream of photos captured by tourists from all kinds of angles. But the photos you’ll find probably don’t look like photographer Oliver Curtis‘ images. For his project Volte-face, Curtis visited iconic landmarks and pointed his camera in the opposite direction.
I'm sure someone has got to have thought of this before Curtis, but I sure as hell have never seen it. Now that I have, I want to see a whole lot more of it.
A kind of street photography, I guess? It's candid, and amazing to look at