As will be fairly obvious from previous posts, I shoot a fairly diverse range of subjects for La Trobe University, both at the Melbourne campus and as is the case with my next post, at some of the regional locations.
The image below of the LIMS building was actually captured while I was on assignment to shoot close-up and abstract architectural details; I photographed this building some time ago upon it’s completion (images can be found on my portfolio website – www.michaelevansphotographer.com), and of course it featured in the aerial views in an earlier post, however I always find myself drawn to looking for new views and angles when I return. As this was not actually part of my brief, I captured this image while walking to my next location using the 17mm TS-E handheld on the 5D Mk III. The LIMS building is enabling La Trobe University to position itself at the forefront of research in the fields of biotechnology and molecular science, and I personally find it a fascinating building to photograph.
After grabbing this shot, I then added a few more quick captures, using both the 17mm and the 85 f1.2L to isolate some of the details and highlight the structure of the building.
After shooting at the Bundoora Campus, I headed up to Bendigo to capture more images for the 2015 course guides. To be continued in the next post…