Core Shack – Mine Photographer

Core Shacks are relatively small, and sometimes it's hard to get a great shot while inside as using a wide angle lense can really distort the edges of the frame.  Climbing on top of the core shack and photographing from the outside in is better perspective to show the core shack and the drill.

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2 Responses to Core Shack – Mine Photographer

  • I am in need of a few mining photos.


    I am interested in Core Shack – Mine Photographer – 


    Can you let me know the costs to purchase images?




    • Sorry Laura, but my images are not for sale for outside sources.  They are only used by my contracted clients.



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