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Sudbury Photographer Underground

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

A quick lesson on the remote control for the Maclean CB3 Cable Bolter 9,256 ft underground @ the Laronde Mine in Quebec with @MacLeanEng and @agnicoeagle

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Warmer In Sudbury? | Sudbury Photographer

Monday, May 4th, 2015

It’s Monday morning and even though the sun was out all weekend I still daydream of warmer weather.  When I captured this image in Puerto Escondido Cuba it was a cool 32 degrees and about 80% humidity.   I was thankful for auto focus because the sweat kept dripping into my eyes blurring my vision.

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While on location in Cuba James Hodgins a Sudbury Photographer created images for an international Oil & Gas company to be used for their Annual Reports and Investor Relations materials

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Sudbury Photographer Takes Shameless Selfie

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

While on location last week James Hodgins (Mining Industrial Photographer) took a few seconds to quickly capture this Selfie while no one was looking.  When later asked “why” he took the image his reply was “To see how the Halo lights would illuminate the scene”.  Sources close to him revealed that the Sudbury based photographer will use himself as the subject for his test shots but some skeptics think he takes these selfies so that he can post shameless plugs on his Mining Industrial Website.  Either way, the lighting is flattering.

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James Hodgins is  Sudbury Photographer servicing the Mining Industrial Sectors of Canada

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Underground Mining Sudbury Photographer

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

Here is an image I created while shooting underground in Matachewan Ontario for Dumas Inc.  Sometimes it’s a tight space, sometimes it isn’t but obtaining the right composition and angle to draw your eye to main subject is always a must.

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James Hodgins is a Sudbury Photographer specializing in the mining/industrial sectors of Ontario, Canada, and parts of Mexico & Cuba

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