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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.

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Professional Photographer Sudbury Ontario | James Hodgins Photography

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

I enjoy getting snailmail.  When I come home from shooting and I see something sticking out of the mailbox, a little bit of joyful glee comes over me when I realize it’s an industry magazine.  I take my time going through each page reading the articles and enjoying the photography of others in the industry but in the back of my head I am hoping to see one of my images being used every time I flip the page.  It’s not about me, but more about my clients. I enjoy the fact that they are using my images for what they were intended for in the proper marketing media.

Here are a few images that were recently in the latest issue of www.miningmagazine.com for writeups on 2 of my clients Joy Global and Dumas Mining 

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Contact James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer today  for Professional photography to showcase your company tomorrow.

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Mmmmm Sudbury Pizza | Sudbury Photographer

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

I found myself at diGusto Yesterday with my buddy Franco where we for 2 straight hours photographed AND ate some of the delicious menu items diGusto has to offer, like the below PIZZA.  Don’t ask me what the proper name for this pie is as I tend to black out when I am stuffing my face.  Let’s just call it the “Mmph Pie”.

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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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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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Inside the Mill | Sudbury Photographer

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Inside the Mill at Kidd Creek Mine Timmins two Metso Employees inspect the grinding media during a routine maintenance upgrade.

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James Hodgins is a Professional Sudbury Mining Photographer

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Sudbury Photographer | James Hodgins

Friday, May 15th, 2015

I do enjoy photographing underground any chance I can get but I am looking forward to working with a few new clients this Summer in some unique locations.   Each location brings it’s own challenges whether it’s lighting, accessibility, or even the subject I am shooting, but that is all part of the job. As a professional it’s not about “rolling with the punches” but rather “been there done that” which only comes with experience.

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James Hodgins is a Mining Industrial Commercial Photographer based out Sudbury Ontario, Canada.

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Sudbury Ontario Photographer

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Just outside the mill Metso workers are prepping the next stage of the mill liner replacement.

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GQ Gangsta

Friday, May 4th, 2012

We photographed Vincent in the studio the other day for images for his portfolio.  Vince is another one of my picks from the Charm Plus Northern Talent Search Event.  More images to come from this stylish young gentleman.

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Sudbury Commercial Photography

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Here is another commercial image from one of my recent shoots.  Sometimes it’s tricky to get light where there is no light.  Luckily I have enough small flashes that I can tuck and hide them in places you wouldn’t normally think of (that didn’t sound right).  For me, it’s all about lighting, as lighting can make or break an image no matter how good the subject matter is.

(note to self: When sparks start to fly, make sure you are far enough away so they do not land in your hair…or on your clothes…..or skin)

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