All things big and small – Mine Construction
Normally I am photographing heavy equipment when I am on site, but with the construction of Pure Gold’s new mine I was able to photograph all things big and small including this gentleman skillfully maneuvering this Brandt compact unit. I watched for a few minutes as he made several passes and formulated a quick setup for this image.
Congratulations to Pure Gold Mining Inc (www.puregoldmining.com) on their successful first gold pour. It truly has been a great experience for me to watch and photograph the different stages of the mine development.
Congratulations as well to the staff, contractors, friends and family who have had a part in making Pure Gold a success story in the Mining World and I thank you all for allowing me to document some of the steps along the way.
Note: Gold Bar Image provided by Pure Gold
Read about the First Pour: https://puregoldmining.ca/first-gold-poured-at-the-puregold-mine/
When I am faced with a tight working environment I need to strategically place my lights to illuminate the areas that are dark or in shadow like this image I created for www.puregoldmining.ca Madsen Project in Red Lake Ontario. Just like bright over exposed areas, dark empty spaces bring attention to the viewers eye and away from the subject so illuminating specific key areas to highlight subjects and leading lines is always my goal for standard operator images.
My Client www.puregoldmining.ca was recently featured in www.northernontariobusiness.com. Pure Gold has some amazing individuals behind it and I enjoyed my time on site creating images for their branding and marketing materials. I look forward to their progress and success as well as future photo projects with them.