Posts Tagged ‘Sudbury Portrait Photographer’

Sudbury Business – Sudbury Ontario Photographer

Monday, April 20th, 2015

I enjoy photographing all aspects of the industrial industry.  I sometimes describe my job to others as the “How It’s Made” TV show but with photography as over the years I have photographed many products from start to finish.  It’s fascinating to see something created from a raw material to finished  functioning product.

If your companies photography has not been updated in the past year, or you have new products, people, or facilities that need to be showcased I might be able to help.

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer
James Hodgins is a Professional Mining Industrial Photographer based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada.

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Photographing Sudbury Welders | Sudbury Mining Industrial Photographer

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Over the years of photographing the mining/industrial industry I have had numerous opportunities to meet some great people.  Sometimes our paths cross multiple times before I get to photograph them in their working environment which only makes the shoot that much more enjoyable.  I always try to ask A LOT of questions in regards to their job and what they do so I can come up with a concept for the shot. (this also depends on how the image will be used in the companies marketing material).   I enjoy learning about each profession and trade in the industry which in turn helps me with my future shoots.  I always appreciate the time they take to educate me about their job and what they do.

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James Hodgins is Mining Industrial Photographer based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada

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5 Minute Business Portrait

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

When you can nail the lighting, get a perfect exposure and an accurate white balance, the posing a professional business portrait takes no more than a few minutes.

Here is a snap of the lighting setup

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Stop And Smell The Greenery

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

On my way home from another Industrial shoot today I pulled over to capture this interesting scenic.  A few years earlier this was just barren rock with black slag in the background, but now it’s green grass and trees.  I loved the way the wind was manipulating the shapes of the clouds in to paintbrush strokes.

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Family Portraits At The Lake

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

While it’s raining and gloomy outside  I can’t help but think about the great summer we had photographing family portraits.  Most of our family sessions took place at peoples homes on the lake or at their cottages.    This summer we plan on creating more stunning outdoor family portraits for our clients and we can’t wait to start planning our summer season.  Already we are booking up the summer months so if your are interested your start thinking about it now, or betting yet give us a call so we can start planning.

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A Little Man

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

This little guy had a smile that was contagious, his new outfit is the style of all styles, and with his GQ haircut & witty personality this guy was going places.

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A Girl & Her Dog.

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Here is another image from yesterdays post with  very simple post processing.

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Sudbury Family Portraits

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Lisa & Rob along with their two daughters came in recently to update their family portraits.  We photographed Lisa & Rob’s wedding a few years ago, and since then we have created many wonderful portraits for them.  I love have repeat clients and watching how their lives change (for the better) when they start building their future and family together.  I will also say it again as I have said it before, sometimes the best photo opportunities are when your clients don’t even know  you are taking their picture.

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Evening Portrait Of Mom & Daughter

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

We just finished photographing the ever happy Miss Emily where we took her downtown to do some urban grunge images in her Hip-Hop outfits.  We found graffiti walls, back alleys, rusted stairs and old fire escapes.  Emily was a bit shy at first and we had to reassure her that we had photographed downtown before,  but all doubts were gone when gave her a few sneak peaks on the back of the camera.    After a quick pit-stop at Dairy Queen (yes, this was my idea. I AM going back to Jiu Jitsu tomorrow so I might as well get one last craving in) we headed to one of our favorite spots for photographing in tall grass.  Since Mom was dressed in the same colors as Emily’s Street clothes we decided to through her in scene for a few images.  By this time Emily was a professional, posing exactly the way we guided her.   The below image is the very last frame from the session, just as the suns was saying goodbye.  I thought I would post it for this blog post but  I will post more from Emily’s Urban session soon.  Emily, Nyree, thanks for a great evening, we had a great time hanging out with the both of you, and it was very rewarding watching Emily’s enthusiasm grow as the session progressed.

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Inspired by my Xbox

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Here is another image that I photographed for Larry Berrio.  I took inspiration from my Xbox game Medal Of Honor as the cover had this kickass image on the front.  I couldn’t figure out how to tell Larry how it would look so I just showed the xbox game.  He wanted something a bit different, darker (in tones) with some impact lighting.  I photographed him in my studio on a grey background and played around in photoshop to get this.

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