Positioning yourself at the right angle can diminish the amount of lens flare you get from the welding torch light.
Check more of my photography out at the Canadian Mining Expo in Timmins this Spring.
Today I found myself in the shops of Sudbury Industrial Rock-Tech. Rock-Tech is looking at vamping up their marketing materials and tradeshow booth for the upcoming Mining Expo and so they brought me in to create some eye-catching images of their employess doing their thing. This is just one of many images I created today and I look forward to seeing the end result at the Canadian Mining Expo Timmins.
Just a few extra key lights can make a dull mundane scenario have just a little more punch and create some much needed impact. Why should you have to "re-do" a photography shoot? Get it right the first time.
Here is another demonstration of my Crappy Vs Snappy scenarios. These images were taken 1 hr apart.. Let your clients decide which image has more impact for your marketing or selling purposes. Click the "follow" link in the top menu bar and submit your email address to receive Mining Industrial Photographer blog posts in your email.
Consider the quality of your images when creating your Tradeshow Booth for your Industry Conventions/Tradeshows like www.CanadianMiningExpo.com
This 700 Series Caterpillar Mining Truck looks like a Tonka Toy in a sandbox compared to the scale of the open pit! With a tire height of over 4 feet this Mine Truck is no small fry in the Open Pit Mining Industry.