Posts Tagged ‘sudbury mining’

The Sudbury Photographer

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Keeping a watchful eye, the the bubble operator must be aware of all converter aisle activities.

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James Hodgins is a Mining Industrial photographer based out of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada


Sudbury Commercial Photographer

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

The love for mining/industrial photography started over 15 years ago when I was asked to photograph  a knee surgery for a local marketing agency.  All was good throughout the beginning until the smell of burnt bone (when they cut open the knee with a saw) hit my senses.  Luckily I got enough images by that time to make a quick exit.



This shoot then led it’s way into a more industrial project where I had to photograph some trades people doing their job.  The below image was my very first time photographing a welder………………..and I was hooked.


James Hodgins is a Sudbury Ontario Photographer photographing Canada’s Mining Industrial Sectors


Trains, Veins & Mineral Deposits

Monday, February 9th, 2015

The rails are heavily used in the mining industry to transport materials across the mine site and the conductors that operate them say they might have the best job on the site.

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James Hodgins is a Sudbury photographer specializing in mining industrial photography for corporate clientele.



Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Here is another image from a recent children’s session. Sometimes Simple is better. Actually, most of the time.


Underground Everywhere.

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

It seems I am photographing more and more underground these days, and I’m not complaining at all. I love it.  I love everything about it.  Maybe it’s because in high-school I took homec and typing instead shop (although typing and cooking did get me some good gigs and some great dates hahahaha) and combining my love of photography with heavy machinery is something that is always exciting to me.  I look forward to exploring more underground communities in the next year in which I call the “Age Of The Commercial Gigs” with James Hodgins Photography.


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.


Atlas Copco Excore

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Here are some images I created for Atlas Copco’s new line of Excore drill bits.  They launched earlier this year and have now used my images in their Promotional Video.





Light in dark places

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

I’m always amazed when I go underground.  It’s a whole new world down there, just like it is when I go diving.    One day I can be shooting a beautiful bride, the next day I could be 1000’s of feet underground shooting a beautiful miner (which is a change for me becuase most miners I would not use the word “beautiful” hahaha..)  These are two very different, contrasted  environments, but I enjoy the challenge of shooting them both.

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