Leave it Low
Are you giving yourself a chance of holing more putts?
Or simply putting 'poorly' due to leaving the ball in 'hard to make' positions?
It's suggested that we have a greater chance of sinking a 20 foot straight uphill putt compared to a 6 foot side hill putt?
Of course whether this is true or not is up for debate and determined case by case. However it does hammer home the importance of ensuring that you give yourself the greatest chance of making more putts or perhaps more up and downs through leaving yourself the simplest putt of all, i.e. a short straight uphill putt.
So whenever you find yourself in the situation as shown in pic 1, where you're chipping uphill to a pin position, it pays to have a plan of "if i don't hole my chip shot, then where do I want to leave the ball?".
Personally I like to picture a circle or hula hoop surrounding the hole and being very aware of where the easiest 1 putt position(s) to leave my ball is?
Given this situation my hoop would be just past the hole, i.e. not much more than a 20 - 30 centimetres past. With the bulk of the hoop being below the hole, so if I miss my chip shot, then I'd be leaving myself a nice uphill putt to finish off the hole.
↑ 01-02: Chipping it past the hole may seem very positive at first. However leaving yourself a short and often slippery downhill putt can get the heart rate up and put yourself under much more pressure than you may have intended!