Today I found myself back at Fuller Industrial updating their photo archive of the company. I was last there in 2010 and much has changed since my last visit (I do recommend updating your marketing images at least every 1 to 3 years). This time I got to photograph the company’s process from start to finish. It always amazes me how we look at so many things but don’t consider the many steps it takes to get the final product.
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Along with Gold, Silver, Nickle, Oil & Gas I also get to photograph Diamonds. No they are not in beautiful little box, nor are they behind glass display case, but straight from the mines they were found in. I was lucky enough to watch (and photograph) some of the procedures to creating that exquisite sparkle diamond from a piece of rock that looked rather…….well…………bland at the Crossworks Manufacturing facility.
Once in awhile I get asked to tag along on a mine tour when the mine inventors, CEOs, or board of directors are touring the facilities. I enjoy this type of work because I can pretty well just be in the background and photograph what I can. This particular group got to take the images back to their Country with them as a keepsake. Here are just a few.
A Newalta employee watches as the water is agitated before going through the recycling process. Newalta provides cost-effective solutions to industrial customers to improve their environmental performance with a focus on recycling and recovery of products from industrial residues.