Here is the image of Jarred that published in the Hydro One Magazine "Between The Lines" with my Post Processing. I wanted a darker, less saturated image with darker edges to bring your eye straight to Jarred.
Now I know this is not a Mining/Industrial Image but I am still involved with a lot of Commercial photography that stems from my mining/industrail clients. I create a lot of images for College Boreal with their trades department but yesteday I was there to photograph some of the new Arts department. I just loved the colors, angles, lines and edges of the new Theater Center there and it reminded me of some of the industrial plants I photographed in the past few years. This Theater is available for rent and is a great place for presentation and events. Drop down screens allow you to present a powerpoint show while having a picture in picture with video of the speaker. I can see a lot of mining/industrial sectors using this theater in the future for events and presentation.
I just received a copy of Hydro One's in house magazine called "Between The Lines". As my previous post stated they were featuring Jarred in this issue and contracted me to photograph the images to accompany the story. If your company or services are being represented in anyform of media, why not get professional images created for a higher impact?
This past summer I had the privelidge to photograph PTE. Jarred Braybrook a 5th Generation Lineman now with Hydro One. Jarred is moving up the ranks quickly with Hydro One and I was commissioned to photograph him for a story that HO is publishing in their inhouse magazine which I will post later this month so stay tuned.
Can you guess what this is? When it's stripped down to nothing but the frame it doesn't look like much, but this heavy machine is one of the backbones in the mining industry.
This is an ongoing project to catpure the different steps in their refurbishing division where I come back every week to photograph the different stages. If your company has a similar project or service that requires regular photography then you might be interested in one of my short term contracts.
The site watering truck is something that is present on all mine sites during the hot and dry summer months. Keeping the roadways wet cuts down on the amount of dust that becomes airborn as other vehicles use the roadways.
Sometimes just walking around a scene and trying to add layers within the image can create an interesting composition. I managed to use nothing but ambient light for this image but I had position myself in a spot where the industrial machinery would stand out from the rockface.
Check me out at Mine Expo 2013 in Timmins or better yet, acquire my services for your booth's photography.