calgary corporate photographer

EPT Clean Oil | Industrial Photography

I get excited about shooting industrial photography. Sure, the weather sometimes sucks, (it was -30C with a 50km wind) but I'm given access to places I would never normally be granted access to, and I get to learn about various industries and how things are done from people who are genuinely excited about what they do. My job is to follow along, learn what I can, and create a visual representation of the work they complete. It's challenging, it's interesting, and it's always different. For this shoot we were just outside of Camrose, AB at the Cargill canola crushing plant. The crew from EPT were there to clean the oil that would be used for the new turbine at the plant, and they brought me along to create some photography that will be used for their marketing materials. Turns out, brand new oil is actually dirty as hell from a particle level which can cause all kinds of issues, and EPT takes care of that. Who knew? Like I said, I learn all kinds of things doing this work.

Here's a sample of what we created:

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{ BEHIND THE SCENES } - Because who doesn't love behind the scenes? No one, that's who.

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All in all, it was a good day. Questions, comments, put them in the box below.

If you would like to check out more of my industrial photographer, CLICK HERE.

Cheers -Nate

Robert | Business Portrait

What's the first thing you do when someone contacts you about a project? First thing I do is look them up online. It doesn't matter what the project is, or whether it's a huge company or a single contractor, I'm online looking them up, and I know I'm not alone in this. It's the age we live in now, everyone has a profile somewhere, and Google knows how to find it quickly. Being that we also live in an extremely visual world, that selfie you took with your iPhone doesn't say quality or professionalism, it says I own a phone with a shitty camera on it just like everyone else. When someone looks you up, you want to stand out and leave an impression. Robert is an architect, a well dressed fella, and someone who understands the importance of a first impression. We recently got together and shot some new business profile portraits. Check em out.

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Looking for business / corporate portraits? Contact me.

Cheers -Nate

Jenna Dalton | Business Portraits

Yes, it's currently December and the snow is on the ground, and yes, this shoot was from a warm August day, but I am all kinds of behind on blogging so now I'm just picking shoots at random to share with ya'll. Jenna is a business coach for peeps working in the fitness industry, and she is one of the most happy / positive / infectious people I have ever met and worked with, so I wanted to create some business portraits that reflect that.

Photos now, gear talk to follow.

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{ GEAR TALK }

All of these portraits were shot using the Fuji X-T1 + 56mm f/1.2 APD. Because I wanted a light, airy feel to the photos I shot using just natural light with a Sunbounce 6'x4' translucent reflector, either as a bounce or between the subject and the sun to create what is essentially a large softbox.

If you're a trainer and looking for a business coach to help boost your business, drop Jenna a line at: www.JennaDalton.com

Thanks for reading.

Cheers -Nate