It’s not all about the big equipment and rock movers, Construction, transport and supply delivery is all part of the daily workings of a mine.
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Looking forward to creating new images for my clients but for the next little while I will be working from home and showcasing past images for your viewing pleasure lol. Here are some images I have created over the years for MacLean Engineering. A shoutout to Stuart Lister for trusting me with creating some equipment visuals. www.miningphotog.com
I am seeing the power switch from diesel to electric everywhere I photograph now from surface to thousands of feet underground. With remote scoops, haul trucks and drills coming to the forefront of innovation EV’s are right behind them filling in the gaps of efficiency and safety. I created this image at Agnico Eagles Laronde Site in Northern Quebec for MacLean Engineering and it is now featured on their mainpage of their website www.macleanengineering.com
Bruno and Frank use a Leica Multistation to map out the face. As a photographer I was quite please to see the name “Leica” as any photographer will tell you Leica means quality. Useless fact #327 – I was going to name my first cat Leica but settled with “Bogen” – I tripod manufacturer.
James Hodgins is a mining industrial photographer based out of Northern Ontario
Time of day doesn't matter when you are inside the core shack. Diamond drillers work day and night to get those core samples into the corebox and ready for inspection.
Check out more of our Diamond Drilling images at the 2013 Mine expo in Timmins.