Posts Tagged ‘mining photos’

Variant Mining Sudbury

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Last week I was underground with Variant Mining photographing their In Line Loading Chutes.  The VMT Heavy Duty Chute system is the only system of it’s kind to offer a unique “outboard hydraulic cylinder” design and most importantly the only proven system being used in their clients rigorous mining environments.  Check out their website and products at www.variantmining.com

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer

James Hodgins is a Professional Photographer in the  Mining Industrial Sectors of Canada, US, Cuba & Mexico.

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Photographer Ontario Sudbury

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Here is a recent image of the new Atlas Copco EMT50 (Electric Mine Truck) that is part of their new Green Line of products. The next round of photography will hopefully be underground to view this machine at it’s best.

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Mining Photos Ontario

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Another stage in refining more Gold from the tailings left over from previous gold mines. Most of the images I have created for this company have been used in their Investors brochure and website.
Mr. Jochen Schäfer ist absolutely impressed with your work and sends many thanks for your great work. So thank you very much for your work. Kind regards Martina Davis United Commodity AG”

Yukon Inc United Commodity2

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Mining Photographer Ontario

Friday, November 1st, 2013

Applying the first coat of a chemical adhesive that will bond the rubber lining to this custom pipe.

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Sudbury Photography | Image Of The Day

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Gotta love the piggy back pose.

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Mine Cleaner

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Via www.miningindustrialphotographer.com

An underground miner cleans the conveyor system before the next crew arrives for the nightshift.

Mining Ontario

Mine Photos Canada | Mine Photographer

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Surfing In April?

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Yup, that’s exactly what I did. I just got back from Costa Rica where I spent the last 7 days on the beaches of Tamarindo.  My days consisted of relaxing, reading and surfing.  What?   No Fishing?  Alas, I did take a break from that only to fuel my excitement to come home to colder weather.  I didn’t bring my big camera along, but opted for my little Lumix GF2 point and shoot camera.  I love this little sucker and it takes great images while still giving my full control of the settings.  Here are few of my point and shoot images below.

Also, I have been posting more images on my www.miningindustrialphotographer.com site as I have been doing more work of that nature this past few months, so check it out (you can subscribe to that blog feed as well).

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Mining Robotics

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

We see more and more robotic innovations entering the mining/industrial industry. With technology constantly advancing companies have to adapt to the ever changing expectations of their clients.

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Hodgy Was Helibound For Detour Gold

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

A few weeks ago I took a trip up North to Detour Lake to photograph aerial photos (from a helicopter)  of the Detour Lake Gold Project.   I LOVE photographing from a helicopter (compared to an airplane) as there is more chances for great images.  Being able to hover, climb and dive in seconds makes it easy to move around the location at different altitudes to frame the shot.  Here are a few images that range from a few hundred feet to over 4oooft above the site.

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Here are a few ground construction shots I did for them.




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Going Down Under

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

Heading underground again tomorrow (and looking forward to it).  Should be some interesting photos including the awesome Kiruna Electric Trolly.  I somehow have to capture this huge beast while it’s moving so we do not slow down production.  I will keep you posted on my success rate. 🙂

Here is an image from my last adventure underground.

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