Another Ontario Mine Site image taken from the air. This mine has been re-instated and for the past few years has transformed itself into a state of the art, modern, working mine.
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Photographing Mine Sites from the air is a great way to get on overal visual of your companies site and/or companies progress and production. Weather conditions, time of day, angle and elevation are all factors to consider when obtaining crisp aerial photographs.
This industrial worker use the Rotoweld 2500 which uses a miniature video camera to analyses the image of the weld pool.
A Fisher Wavy Cement Truck stands by while the driver and mine employee discuss a plan of action.
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While on a shoot today I came across this John Deere Excavator all alone with nobody to play with.
This Manitou MT 1044 series mining forklift was on site to position loads of up to 10 meters with a max load capacity of 3000kg.
Industrial Mine workers work high above the ground on the next phaze of this mine headframe.
You simply have to add your own lighting to bring out the details and have a proper exposure throughout the image, or you can wait until the right time of day using the sun as the main light source (which I did here). It's not easy to make things like this interesting but that is what I love about the challenges of Mine Photography.