Mining, Industrial & Construction Photography
Mining, construction, and industry is the life-blood of Western Australia and requires specialist photography skills. Our senior photographer Nathan, has been photographing on mine sites for more than ten years and is aware of how to capture a brand or product to impress clients and shareholders. Mining and industrial photography is not just about digging the ore, the equipment or the process, but more also about the people.
Nathan is able to liaise with people onsite to get the best photographs. This may mean meeting managing directors, plant managers, or liaising with staff who are to feature in the photographs. He is experienced in working with personnel onsite to understand the intricacies of the process, or the engineering and technology of a piece of equipment, and then to photograph it in a way that is both genuine and visually appealing. In this way, Nathan is able to translate the heart of the business into captivating and striking photographs.
Nathan has visited many of the mines in Western Australia, from iron ore in the Pilbara, gold and nickel in the Goldfields, oil and gas in WA's Northwest to smaller sand operations closer to Perth. Nathan has certifications in Working at Heights and Working in Confined Spaces, and is aware of the safety requirements and PPE that need to feature in the photos.
Mining and industrial photography is a very specialised art. Trust Archer Imagery to create unique photographs for your company. Call us on 9200 6275 for more info.
Planning your mine site photo shoot
Nathan works with his clients to identify the key outcomes from the shoot and to optimise the time on site. Depending on the specific requirements for the photos, Nathan will work with you to create photographs that meet your specific needs. The more specific brief that you can provide, the more tailored the images will be. For example, if you require photographs in a panoramic or square format for your website, or photos to fit into the graphic design for your annual report, or any specific details in which the images are to be used, all of this information will be used to inform his choices on the photo shoot.
Preparing all the personal and equipment required for the shoot can save a lot of time on the day. We recommend checking that all staff featuring in the photos are wearing correctly branded workwear, and that the locations are as clean as is appropriate but still genuine. If the shoot is on a mine site, ensure that all the required paperwork has been submitted, and all the required access permissions have been granted well in advance.
Call Nathan at Archer Imagery in Perth on 08 9200 6275 , to discuss creating some amazing photographs of your mining, industrial or infrastructure projects.
A comment from one of our clients:
"Working with Nathan Archer was an absolute pleasure. Nathan brings to the job an attitude you can’t learn or study, he has an exceptional “eye” for the right shot, he is precise, professional and at the end of the day fun to work with. We worked together at remote mining locations in workshops and corporate offices. At all times he understood the brief and just “got” what we wanted from the shoot. He captured the most amazing advertising shot for me, it wasn’t an ideal location for him to be shooting, however, he just gets on with the job and produces outstanding results. Continued sucess to you and your fantastic team Nathan!" – Ngaire Baker Shcenck Process
Arranging a shoot for your company:
To start preparing for your shoot, simply give us a call on 9200 6275!