Throw Back Thursday | Sudbury Mining Photographer

The love for mining/industrial photography started over 15 years ago when I was asked to photograph  a knee surgery for a local marketing agency.  All was good throughout the beginning until the smell of burnt bone (when they cut open the knee with a saw) hit my senses.  Luckily I got enough images by that time to make a quick exit.



This shoot then led it’s way into a more industrial project where I had to photograph some trades people doing their job.  The below image was my very first time photographing a welder………………..and I was hooked.


James Hodgins is a Sudbury Ontario Photographer photographing Canada’s Mining Industrial Sectors

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