Oil & Gas workers in Yumuri Cuba. It was so hot this day that a few local were bathing in a mud puddle just behind these 2 workers.
Mining industrial photographer is based out of the mining city of Sudbury Ontario Canada.
“James is an amazing photographer. He captured many incredible shots of our project, equipment working and our people on site. He gave us exactly what we were looking for. I would work with him again, and I highly recommend him to anyone who needs a good mining/industrial photographer.”
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I had the opportunity to capture images of the recent Mine Rescue Competition held in the Walden Arena Lively. This was a fast paced competition with limited lighting and challenging scenarios. Applied a few different techniques to capture images that had impact and also be used for review/archive. Congratulations to Vale East Mines Rescue Team who came out victorious.
I will be working on the hundreds of images I captured throughout the week.
Every worker has the right to return home safe and sound at the end of each work day.
By working together – with employers, workers and our health and safety partners – we can prevent worker injuries and deaths before they occur.
If you received the latest edition of Modern Mining And Technology Sudbury Magazine (published by Sudbury Living) you will see one of my recent images of Lance Howland (Totten Mine’s Chief Mine Geologist) on the cover. You will see on Page 9 my good friend Genevieve Dupont (Sales Rep for Jannatec Technologies)
Check out my booth at next months Canadian Mining Expo in Timmins Ontario.
This Sudbury Photographer scratched one off is photo bucket list last Fall while photographing a Canadian Coal Operation. From a distance they look big. From up close they are titans. You have seen my other images with loaders and haulers so you can get the “picture” of just how big these Dragline Excavators really are.
The “Scorpion” designed by Nordex Explosives for safer delivering of emulsion products to the blast hole could be the future in underground emulsion handling. Earlier this year I photographed the Scorpion in action performing various simulations.
If you have a new product or project being announced ensure a quality photograph is used to represent your company. Hire a professional.
Come visit my booth to view more custom Mining Industrial Photographer at the Canadian Mining Expo next month.
Sherritt Oil & gas workers in Yumuri Cuba take measurements of the rods. You can see the ocean just behind the second worker which was nice as the cool air was refreshing while photographing in +38 temps.
At night they look like something from outer space but these Horton Sphere’s are located in Fort Saskatchewan Alberta. I had the chance to capture this image while on assignment with www.sherritt.com creating images for their annual report.