Posts Tagged ‘mining’

Sudbury Photographer – Mining Photography Ontario

Monday, September 12th, 2016

Inspection of your teeth is not just in the comfort of your own home.  Letting a tooth wear for too long on your bucket  will decrease your machines digging performance and may even lead to excess wear on the edge of the bucket.

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Sudbury Ontario Photographer James Hodgins #miningphotog

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Professional Photography Sudbury

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

A great write-up  in the recent edition of Sudbury Mining Solutions on Macleans new Battery-Powered Scissor Bolter (CV3) that I photographed earlier last Month in Sudbury.

fisherwavy sudburyJames Hodgins is a 20+ year Professional Photographer specializing in the Mining Industrial Sectors of Ontario and across Canada @miningphotog

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Sudbury Ontario Photography

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

When traveling to other Countries to photograph mining industrial operations I always try to get out and about to talk & photograph the locals trying to capture a piece of their story in a single image.

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Professionally created images can bring more attention to your marketing materials. Take a look at your images, ask others, look at your competitors and see if your images are in the same “league”.  If not, then it’s time to upgrade your media library.

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The Sudbury Photographer

Monday, April 18th, 2016

I recently had a discussion with a friend of mine (who’s company also used my photography services) about the photos I create for my clients in regards to return on investment.  I was pleased to know that the company  was happy with the images, but more importantly they are using the images in a variety of media to market their company.    With the amount of usage the images are getting the ROI far exceeds the initial cost of the photoshoot.

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If you are interested in Professional Custom Photography for your company then hire a Professional to do the Job.

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Dedicated Sudbury Mine Truck Day

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Yes, I felt like making up a day today so I dedicated it to Mining Trucks.  There are just so many to chose from so while it’s chilly outside this morning  I picked this this image  because I remember it being so freakin hot outside while on location for this shoot.  Oh to be back there right now.

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The “Business” of Social Media Marketing | Sudbury

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Like with any “business” big or small your prospective clients HAVE TO SEE YOU.  If they do not know you exist then how can they possibly purchase your product, service or technique?  If you are a business owner and you are reading this blog post but don’t have your own website (with blog), Facebook page, Twitter or Linkedin account (to name a small few) then eventually you are going to walk the way of the dinosaurs.  You will fade………..extinct.  The younger generation are coming into positions of buying, managing and marketing and how do you think they find, research and review their prospective purchases?  Social media of all levels.  I deal with many types of business’s and have seen this many times where the “old school” business is running great but as time passes by their visual presence stays the same and eventually becomes outdated.

Maclean Engineering seems to be embracing social media and within the last year I have seen many changes to the companies online presence.  Now, I am biased because they do use a lot of the images I created for them but they are USING them on many different platforms from hardcopy marketing to social media.  Just a few days of shooting in different locations and they now have an arsenal of updated visually stimulating images of their products with their people that they can use for the next year or so posting daily.

They get it.  Are you?

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Get a hold of me if you are interested in discussing custom photography for your business, company or product and how you can be using your images to generate more potential clients

James Hodgins is a Commercial Mining Industrial Photographer located in Northern Ontario Sudbury.

 

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Photographing The Sudbury Area

Monday, March 14th, 2016

The snow is melting in the Northern Climates and the first showing of dirt is making it’s visible return.    Soon comes the dusty sand gritted wind that you can easily find on the mine site.

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Sudbury Ontario Photographer James Hodgins travels across the Country to photograph the mining industrial industry.  #miningphotog #sudbury #ontario #photographer

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When the dust settles | Digging In Sudbury

Monday, February 29th, 2016

This is an oldy but still one of my favorite images especially when I had a large metal print made from the image for display.  I captured this just as a few rocks slid down the front slop and created this HUGE dust cloud that eventually enveloped the cat.
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Take a look at the images you are using to market your company.  Are they out of date?  Irrelevant? Low Quality? STOCK?  If you answered YES to any of these then your marketing materials are misrepresenting your company.

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James Hodgins Sudbury Photographer

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

100 ft is the same as 1000 ft when you are underground……………it all looks the same to me.  From a recent session that found me in the mountain instead of under it.

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Sudbury Photographer Visits The Simulator

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

As the advancement in technology increases by the minute simulators are becoming more popular in the mining industrial industry.  Training is more efficient both in cost and time while safety is not an issue…………..unless you trip on the way out of the simulator.

 

Model - Dan St.Onge THOROUGHTEC simulation CYBERMINE - version 4 A simulator system for the training, re-training and evaluation of operators of LHDs operating in an underground mining environment. The system consists of a set of up to four projected display screens providing a 360° horizontal field of view within which the functional simulated LHD operates within a 3D virtual underground mining world.

Take a look at the images you are using to market your company.  Are they out of date?  Irrelevant? Low Quality? STOCK?  If you answered YES to any of these then your marketing materials are misrepresenting your company.

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