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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  Are they out of date?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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From the City to the Drill Shack | James Hodgins Sudbury Mining Industrial Photographer

Thursday, February 4th, 2016

Getting parts to the site as fast as possible keeps the operation running smoothly and effectively.

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James Hodgins is a commercial mining industrial photographer based out of the Greater City Of Sudbury Ontario

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Subury ontario photographer James Hodgins

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Along with my Mining, Industrial & Corporate Clients I also create image content for many Colleges and Universities to be used in their Course Calendars, website and marketing materials.

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Marketing your Sudbury Business

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

Here is an image from a few years back while I was on assignment photographing different trades across Ontario.    If you own a small company with limited employees and you wish to grow your clientelle then showcasing your staff, product and fabrications to demographic is very important.  Using custom images instead of “stock” photography can have your future clients connect with you by putting visuals to your business.  Having a wide spread portfolio of images to use on social media is a must these days as the younger generation that are moving into the workforce are used to connecting on these different medias.  Read why it’s always a better path to use custom images created for your company than stock images that are irrelevant or repetitive.

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Sudbury Marketing

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

The next big industry event is just around the corner with less than 6 weeks preparation time. PDAC 2016 is coming up fast and if you have not started making preparations for your marketing materials for this event you are going to be cutting it close.  Sit down with your marketing department (if you have one) and start discussing what changes you might need to make for this years trade show season.  Last summer I had the chance to work with Tracks & Wheels here in Sudbury, Ontario creating visuals for their new marketing materials spearheaded by Norman Studio‘s.  Both teams were excellent to work with.  Looking forward to seing more of their materials over the next year.

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Browse through my PROJECTS PAGE or my 10 reasons why they hire me page and see how other companies are creating visually stunning marketing materials using high impact imagery from their OWN COMPANY!  One
photoshoot could yield you enough custom imagery for your social media marketing for ONE WHOLE YEAR!  Contact Mining Industrial Photographer for more information.

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Mining Photography Sudbury

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

Mining photography is something that kind of caught me by surprise.  When I look back on  20+ years being in the photography industry, photographing, speaking, teaching I honestly didn’t think it would lead me deep into the Earth.  I take a lot of pride in my mining photography as I have done with all my previous clients and try exceed the expectations of many.  Mining photography is not easy.  Some may think it is, and it can be if all you are doing is pointing the camera and snapping off pictures but to create an image that can represent a product or company is a bit harder than it looks.  The one thing I have learned as a Mining Photographer in this industry is this…………you just roll with it.   People in the industry will know what I am talking about.

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ining photographer James Hodgins is based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada

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Sudbury Commercial Photographer

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

You know when you can’t think of a paragraph to describe the photo in your blog post? This is one of those times.

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</a>James Hodgins is a Professional Mining Industrial Commercial Photographer based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada with corporate clients located across the globe.

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Sudbury Photographer is on the Mine Site

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

The used Reaming Shell is replaced with a new one just outside the Core Shack.  Minutes after this photo was taken the Reaming Shell was sent deep into the Earth’s Core.

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Sudbury Photographer James Hodgins produces unique images for the Mining Industrial Sectors across Canada and US

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Working The Shop

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

The men and women in the shop keep the machines running safely and efficiently with routine maintenance and inspections.

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udbury photographer James Hodgins photographs the mining industrial commercial sectors across the globe.

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Sudbury Regreening | Sudbury Photography

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

As part of Vale’s Reclamation  I found myself East of Sudbury with the Sudbury Regreening Program a few weeks ago. Since 1978 more than 9,494,925 trees and 204,634 shrubs have been planted in the Sudbury Area.  Born and raised in Sudbury I can remember when there was nothing but black rock with limited vegetation.  Sudbury is World Renowned for its Regreening Success.  Here is some more information on Sudbury’s Regreening – Report

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Sudbury Photographer James Hodgins photographed Tree Planters of the Sudbury Regreening Program East of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

 

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