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.
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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Now that 2016 is in full swing in the mining industrial sectors it’s time to start thinking about this years marketing materials and online portfolio. Trade show season is only a few months away and you don’t want to leave it until the last minute so you are scrambling for images for your presentations, trade show booths, investor reports and online updates. A full day shoot can yield high quality “wow factor” images that can be used throughout the year without repeating the use of images. I will work directly with your creative marketing team to formulate a shoot schedule and scenario list that would work best for your company.
James Hodgins from Sudbury Ontario is a professional Mining Industrial Commercial photographer with over 20 years experience.
I have been creating images for Atlas Copco (Mining & Exploration Ontario Divisions) for several years now from hard to reach Northern Ontario locations to the hills of Mexico, above ground to 1000’s of feet underground. Most of the time the images are used for product brochures, magazine articles and internal investor presentations. That being said, it’s still nice to see your images used on their new international website which was launched earlier this week. Thousands of Copco images are created each year (including my own) and some of them are put into their online media archive to be used by all Atlas Copco Divisions.
Sudbury photographer James Hodgins has over 20 years of professional photography experience with 9 years in the Mining Industrial Sectors of Canada/Us/Mexico/Cuba
Michael Gravelle (Minister of Northern Development and Mines) speaks to the media after the Ontario Mineral Development Strategy release at Dynamic Earth this past Friday. I was on hand to capture images during the event which outlined the comprehensive 10 year plan. Read more about strategy at www.ontario.ca/mineral
James Hodgins is mining industrial commercial photographer based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada covering territory across Canada, United States, Cuba & Mexico.
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.
Mining photographer James Hodgins is based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada
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.
Last week I was underground with Variant Mining photographing their In Line Loading Chutes. The VMT Heavy Duty Chute system is the only system of it’s kind to offer a unique “outboard hydraulic cylinder” design and most importantly the only proven system being used in their clients rigorous mining environments. Check out their website and products at www.variantmining.com
James Hodgins is a Professional Photographer in the Mining Industrial Sectors of Canada, US, Cuba & Mexico.