I was recently commissioned by SSAB, a Swedish steel manufacturer, to photograph their impressive steel cutting machine. It is a harsh environment, but industrial photography is fun to do. It was my second time at the Delson plant. Photos from my first shooting are on my blog.
Some enhancing was done in post production to clean the plate a bit, but still keeping it believable.
And finally, if you want to see in what kind of environment I was shooting, here are two behind the scene photos and a video by my assistant Sébastien Dion.
J’ai récemment été engagé par SSAB, une importante compagnie suédoise spécialisé dans la transformation d’acier brute, pour photographier leur usine de Delson, au sud de Montréal.
Il s’agissait principalement de photographier leurs « découpeuses d’acier » et de faire quelques portraits des personnes clé de l’entreprise.
I don’t really advertise myself as a commercial photographer, but since my Google rank is pretty good, I often get request from people looking for a commercial photographer in Quebec city. Some months, corporate jobs represent more than 50% of my income.
I rarely publish the photos and I rarely even talk about it here, because the end result is rarely interesting for anyone else than my clients.
But just because I feel like it, here is some jobs I recently did.
Sofame Direct Heating Installation:
Federation of Canadian municipalities congress:
Bombardier Transport metal cutting machine:
Christie Digital projectors in action at the image mill show (same job than those photos):