July was time for an Interior photo shoot of the new Francis Crick building in London for HOK Architects. The Francis Crick Institute is a biomedical research centre currently under construction in London. The Institute is a partnership between Cancer Research UK, Imperial College London, King's College London, the Medical Research Council, University College London and the Wellcome Trust. The Institute is planned to have 1,500 staff when opened.
This photo shoot was an in progress shoot as a lot of the areas were not 100% ready.
For this shoot we hired similar camera equipment to what was used on the training course with Sean Conboy.
(please click here to see a earlier blog regarding the 3 day training course with Sean)
This consisted of the HasselbladH5D-50c camera with a selection of Lenses from The Pro centre and the Cambo Actus Mini from Paula at Linhof Studio.
Here you can see the Cambo Actus being used with the Hasselblad 50c digital back, (This is a 50mpx back, the image quality is amazing)
(All these blog photos are taken with an I-Phone 6s)
Here is the Hasselblad H5D-50C with one of the lenses I hired.
This is at the main entrance for the Crick
Hasselblad in action, this was being used tethered to a MacBook Pro using Hasselblad Phocus Software.
The Cambo Actus Mini Technical camera from Paula at Linhof Studio
It was nice to use all this camera equipment on a project, Thank you to Linhof Studio & The Pro Centre for the Hire equipment, excellent service from both companies, will certainly be using them again.
Hasselblad - Camera
Cambo Actus - Technical camera used
Linhof Studio - Camera sales & hire
The Pro Centre - Camera sales & hire
Francis Crick institute
HOK Architects London