The best part about Morris's upside down photos is that they are not photo manipulations. As he tells us, "This is a series that I have purposefully kept Photoshop free. I get so many emails from people, often quite angry people, who just refuse to believe i don't use Photoshop to do it." So what's Morris's secret? "I basically just do it. There is no secret. The shot is exactly as it is in the frame," he says. "I set my camera up on self-timer, manual focus on where I will be standing, then get into possession and do a head stand. No secret, no wires!" He continues, "Someone copied one of my shots once and put a tutorial up as to how I do it. They basically had someone holding the persons legs upside-down and Photoshoped them out. Another company did a whole ad campaign using people stood on their heads. They made a "making of" video for YouTube and it was quite amazing to see the lengths they went to to get the shots. They had acrobats in harnesses suspended from wires. It was a seriously impressive set up. The most technical thing I use is a Rainbow sandal when I want to take a shot on a hard surface!"
Aside from Morris's upside down shots, take a look at his incredible balancing and sideways photos. They're sure to leave you giggling, laughing or scratching your head. (Note: Photoshop was used in some of these, below.)