Industrial Photos That Have IMPACT!

Don't be caught using images that you or your employess take with their blackberry or Iphone.  Your companies images should have that eye catching quality that represents the professionalism of your company.

Mining Photos by James Hodgins

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Mining Photos

More and more of my industrial clients are realzing that having an expensive camera will still not give them the high impact images that a Professional Photographer can create.  The camera is pretty well the smallest peice of the pie.  Lighting, composition, exposure, subject matter and even the personality of the photographer play some key roles in creating those knock out images.  Another thing to consider is the time it takes to create the image.  Most think that images like this are a "snapshot" away.  I always get something like "Oh, here's Frank working on the flux capacitor, take a quick shot of him."  I then have to explain about lighting setup and some quick planning. 

After they see the finished image they then understand the difference between a "snapshot" and a "planned portrait".

"The snapshot"


"Planned Portrait"

(These take me roughly 15 minutes to knock out depending on the situation)

There is a reason why you should leave the photography to the professionals.

Mining Photos by James Hodgins
 

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PDAC 2012

I was at the PDAC  (Prospectors & Developers Association Of Canada) Tradeshow this past week in Toronto and I was pleased to see a few Companies putting the images I created for them to good use.  Not only do the use the images for their website, but also the Company Profile Reports, Product Catalogues and shown here……….tradeshow booths.

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Wabi Steel On Fire

The industrial factory at Wabi Iron & Steel uses many different processes and methods to obtain the quality of product that they are known for.

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Professional Company Portraits

Part of the mining industrial industry is not all about the machines and equipment, but also about the executives and staff that are behind the success of the company.  Having a professional headshot of your companie's leading individuals for your website and marketing materials is a no brainer.  You take pride in your company, products and services so why not showcase the people that make it happen.  Corporate portraits like the one below can easily be done in the studio or on location but you are best to leave it up to a professional photographer that knows and understands lighting to make your portrait something you will want use.

Dan Demers, BSc.
Operations Manager, Occupational Health
www.cannamm.com

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Photographing The CNC Machine

What's the best way to photograph an Industrial CNC Machine?  From the inside out!  Of course, I wasn't actually inside, but my camera was strategically placed there.


Wabi Iron and Steel Corp.  www.wabicorp.com.  Photographing CNC Machine with www.ttccreative.com

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Ontario Industrial Construction

Industrial construction workers work above ground in cold temperatures to complete this project in Ontario.

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