Here is another version of my "Crappy vs Snappy" scenarios where lighting, exposure and even post processing can make or break the photo and the impact you want your clients/readers/investors to see. If you are using your companies images for your marketing materials, magazine articles or your Corporate website make sure you acquire photographic images that have that "wow" factor to begin with. You don't want to look back after everything is promoted/printed and think, crap, should have went with snap.
This blog post was produced and approved by James Hodgins – Mining Industrial Photographer
So this is something that I am pretty stoked about. Although I have had my images on the cover of other various magazines, this is the first cover for a Mining/Industrial Magazine, so I thought I would post a shameless brag about it. I have another shoot scheduled for the cover of another Industrial Magazine this month and last month I covered a story that will be featured in a Hydro One Magazine so I am pretty excited about these publication. You can pick up your copy of Canadian Mining Magazine at the Las Vegas Mine Expo 2012 this Month.
A Service technician uses his laptop and proprietary software to perform diagnostic tests on this city bus'es air brakes.
Mine Expo 2013 In Timmins is just around the corner. Acquire high impact images for your booth instead of using Stock Photos that do nothing for your companies image.