A few weeks ago I had a session with Signature Group‘s client Schauenburg Industries to create images for their newest marketing materials on their new line of Fiber Glass Ducting. It can be a bit challenging to create images with impact for certain products at times but it’s never as hard as photographing Bricks for a brick catalog (The most boring thing I have ever had the pleasure of photographing lol). Signature Group did a great job with a fast turnaround time for Shauenburg and I just received this email. Always nice to see the finished product.
“Hey James – just wanted to send a quick note of thanks for your outstanding work on the Schauenburg shoot. I know it isn’t the sexiest thing to take photos of, but the client loved how everything turned out.”
|Andrés Rodriguez | Creative Director
Signature Group | Showpro | CUBE – Credit Union Brand Engineering
One Custom Photography session with Mining Industrial Photographer James Hodgins accompanied by a Professional Marketing Firm can give you results that speak volumes above your competitors marketing materials. Can you get photography cheaper? of course you can, you can get everything cheaper…………..but it’s cheap for a reason.
Yesterday I had a quick chance to photograph Sandvik’s LH514E Electric Loader at Goldcorps Hoyle Pond Mine in Timmins Ontario. Noise levels are significantly reduced when comparing Electric to Diesel.
If you have a product that you require “Custom High Impact Professional Photography” contact James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer
As I was looking over the guest lists for the upcoming PDAC Tradeshow I noticed a lot of familiar names that have now become my clients. I would like to take this opportunity with this post to thank all of you for your business and support. I have had a plan all along when I made the transition to Mining/Industrial/Commercial photography but it would not have been a success without all of you and your continued support and promotion of Mining Industrial Photographer. It has taken me across oceans, above the ground, below the surface and in some unique and challenging environments. It is never a dull moment. Thank You!
Yesterday I got the chance to introduce Arial to the Totten Mine Site just outside of Sudbury, Ontario. It was a quick flight around the head frame to capture a few different images at different heights and angles. In the end I am very pleased with the image quality and the quick turnaround I can now give my clients that require Aerial photography on a regular basis.
So last night I took “Arial” out for a quick zip in behind my neighborhood as the sun was quickly setting. Nothing fancy as I am still getting used to options that this unit has to offer. I am looking forward to pushing the envelope with creating more stunning images for my clients.