Just got back from networking with some past and future Mining Industrial Clients at the Mine Expo in Timmins Ontario. This was a great show with an amazing turnout. I enjoy walking through the tradeshow looking at the different booths and of course the images used in them. Some booth's surprised me (not in a good way) and others blew me away. It's great to see companies using some strong photography in their marketing materials so hat's off to them for going the extra step. I was also pleased to see some of my past clients using images that I have created for them in their current tradeshow booths and marketing handouts. Here is a quick snapshot of the Wabi Iron & Steel Corp Booth. The guys at the booth said that they use this background for their tradeshows all over and have had amazing responses from tradeshow attendees. Images with "Impact" DO draw peoples attention.
Mine Photos | Mining Photographer
This Sudbury Acid Plant well be removed and a new and improved Acid Plant will be re-created just a few feet away. This is all in preperation with the Clean AER Project.
Sudbury Acid Plant | Mine Photographer
An underground miner cleans the conveyor system before the next crew arrives for the nightshift.
Mine Photos Canada | Mine Photographer
Smelter Ladle hosted by the crane operator.
On another note Sudbury, Ontario Canada has been chosen as the location for Cliffs Natural Resources Chromite Processing Facility/Smelter
Here is a photo I did today at the Sudbury Vale Smelter. I had to shoot through the control room window which can always be a challenge with reflections when using off camera flash to get some extra light into the image.
Sudbury Vale Smelter | Mine Photographer
Using stock images for your marketing material or your website is not a good idea, especially if your company is part of the fabrication process. Why not highlight your fabricated product with images of YOUR product. I see so many companies that fail realize the impact it has on the company by using generica, standard stock images that you see everywhere on the net. Luckily more and more companies are realizing the benefits of having custom professional photography for their company like Fuller Industrial.
A lone underground driller methodically advances the drillbit into the rockface. To underground drillers, this is their office……..and solitary confinement.
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Drilling Underground | Mine Photographer
Awhile back Atlas Copco consitantly featured companies that were using their ITH drilling prodcuts, in this case Idea Drilling based out of North Virgina. This is a great way to promote your companies product and also show appreciation for your clients.
IHT Atlas Copco | Mine Photographer
Two exploration drillers re-attach the head assembly.
Exploration Drilling | Mine Photographer Canada
An Explortation Driller watches closes as the crew move the Christensen CS4002 to a new location along a Mexico mountainside. The CS4002 is the most powerful Christenses unit yet.
Eploration Drilling | Mine Photographer