Women in Engineering, and a ladder.
We don’t ordinarily shoot portraits with a fisheye lens, but for this particular piece of equipment in this campaign we made an exception.
(This is a rare post as there’s also an image of me at work, and a ladder training course.)
Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London [Click Image to expand]
Dr Angela Goode shot with the fisheye lens. We used a fisheye lens here as I wanted to exaggerate as much as possible the size of the ‘TITAN’ in comparison to Angela.
I was balanced on top of a ladder to achieve this shot, which is in an image further down the page.
Dr Susie Maidment in one of my favourite corridors for another image from this series, which is next to Susie’s office in the Royal School of Mines Building. Susie studies Dinosaurs in order to better understand biodoversity.
Part of the campaign is it started to appear on social media.
The rare thing about this campaign is that there are actually a couple of shots of me shooting it, here in yet another unusual shooting position.
And another slightly more routine shooting position, two very different ways of shooting portraits in the same campaign.
View all the images from this set
Imperial staff and students can view all the original images featured in the post, along with others from this set on the Imperial College London Asset Library.
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