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Mining Industrial Photographer Sudbury
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Mining Industrail Photographer #photomotion
Mining Industrial Photographer James Hodgins ads motion to his images. www.miningindustrialphotographer.com @miningphotog #miningphotomotion
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Mining Photographer
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Norilsk: Russia's most polluted city. Interview with photographer Elena Chernyshova
Subscribe to The Moscow Times: http://bit.ly/1opeWnj Elena Chernyshova, a Russian documentary photographer, spent seven months over the course of a year in Russia’s most polluted city, Norilsk. Her project, "Days of Night – Nights of Day," documents the unique lifestyle of Norilsk residents living in the isolated industrial city deep in Siberia. This year her work was honored with the third-place prize in the "daily life" category of the World Press Photo Awards. The Moscow Times met with Chernyshova for an interview in Moscow to talk about her project and life in Norilsk. For more of Chernyshova's photos, visit her website: http://elena-chernyshova.com Follow our reporter: https://twitter.com/DumontPhoto Watch more Culture Videos: http://bit.ly/1qnlnJ0 Follow The Moscow Times: Website: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoscowTimes Twitter: https://twitter.com/MoscowTimes Instagram: http://instagram.com/themoscowtimes
Views: 169120 The Moscow Times
High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 1
High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. Link to High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 2 https://youtu.be/oZgV528zGXg You can send your CV at: [email protected] Currently they provide job placements with good salaries. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
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Mining Review (1954)
The coal mining industry was one of the biggest employers in the UK, and the cinemagazine 'Mining Review' was shown in half the cinemas in the country - and not just in mining areas. This edition is a window into working-class life in the 1950s. A young family moves into a new house in the Midlands, one of thousands built for miners; the 16-year-old Coal Queen is crowned at Tamworth Gala; coal cutting and lifting equipment is in use at Plean Colliery, Scotland. And stealing the show, eight husky miners from the West Riding Colliery, resplendent in tutus, perform Delibes' 'Coppélia' for charity at Normanton Central Town Club. (Ros Cranston)
Views: 15014 BFI
The town where people endure -50 C - BBC News
The industrial Russian city of Norilsk, sitting on the permafrost above the Arctic Circle, is the seventh most polluted city in the world. Rich deposits of nickel, copper and palladium provide mining and smelting industries that create jobs and continue to draw people to the harsh landscape from other regions of Russia. Elena Chernyshova's stark and beautiful photographs of life in the city are featuring in a new exhibition, "Days of Night - Nights of Day" at the Half King in New York City. She spoke to Dan Damon. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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Mining Photographer Canada
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Miners' strike - 30 years since the pit crisis of 1984
Thirty years ago today, miners at Cortonwood colliery in Yorkshire walked out in protest at plans to close their pit.Sign up for Snowmail, your daily preview of what is on Channel 4 News, sent straight to your inbox, here: http://mailing.channel4.com/public/snowmail/remotebox.jsp Missed Channel 4 News? Catch up on the last seven days here: http://www.channel4.com/news/catch-up/ Channel 4 News weather forecast, with Liam Dutton: http://www.channel4.com/weather/ All the latest blog posts from the Channel 4 News on-screen talent: http://blogs.channel4.com/news/
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Ever Wonder How Sea Salt Is Made? Find Out Here | National Geographic
See how salt is traditionally harvested from the sea. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta This is how it's done at one of the Canary Islands's last operating salt flats. Located on the island of Lanzarote, Salinas de Janubio was constructed in 1895 to produce salt for consumption and to meet demands of the region's once robust fishing industry, which utilized the high quality, natural salts for fish preservation. Today, artisanal salt production on the Canary Islands is in decline, but workers at Janubio continue to use traditional methods to extract salt from the sea, and hope to maintain the salt flats for future generations. Ever Wonder How Sea Salt Is Made? Find Out Here | National Geographic https://youtu.be/0vVyw2rVA4Q National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Germany After the War | A Family of the Industrial Ruhr | Documentary | 1958
● Please SUPPORT my work on Patreon: https://bit.ly/2LT6opZ ● Visit my 2ND CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/2ILbyX8 ►Facebook: https://bit.ly/2INA7yt ►Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Lz57nY ►Google+: https://bit.ly/2IPz7dl ✚ Watch my "Cold War-Era" PLAYLIST: https://bit.ly/2J4N5LM A documentary short examines the varied activities in the life of an average working man's family in the German industrial city of Essen after World War 2. A brilliant look at the 1950's life in Germany's Ruhr region. The film explores the Maier family, father works in the steel plant, Mother stays at home and looks after the twin girls, son goes off to school. It offers richly interesting tidbits (milk break in school for those who pay for it, Essen is a town that's just covered in smoke all day, etc.) and tends not to delve into political matters. And watch out for the little "Karl Albrecht" corner shop at 7:23, it is now known as the discount supermarket chain "Aldi". About the Ruhr region in Germany: The Ruhr (German: Ruhrgebiet), or the Ruhr district, Ruhr region or Ruhr valley, is a polycentric urban area in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. With a population density of 2,800/km² and a population of eight and a half million, it is the largest urban agglomeration in Germany. It consists of several large, industrial cities bordered by the rivers Ruhr to the south, Rhine to the west, and Lippe to the north. In the southwest it borders the Bergisches Land. It is considered part of the larger Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region of more than 12 million people, which is among the largest in Europe. From west to east, the region includes the cities of Duisburg, Oberhausen, Bottrop, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Bochum, Herne, Hagen, Dortmund, and Hamm, as well as parts of the more "rural" districts of Wesel, Recklinghausen, Unna and Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis. The most populous cities are Dortmund (approx. 572,000), Essen (approx. 566,000) and Duisburg (approx. 486,000). The Ruhr area has no administrative center; each city in the area has its own administration, although there exists the supracommunal "Regionalverband Ruhr" institution in Essen. Historically, the western Ruhr towns, such as Duisburg and Essen, belonged to the historic region of the Rhineland, whereas the eastern part of the Ruhr, including Gelsenkirchen, Bochum, Dortmund and Hamm, were part of the region of Westphalia. Since the 19th century, these districts have grown together into a large complex with a vast industrial landscape, inhabited by some 7.3 million people (including Düsseldorf and Wuppertal). For 2010, the Ruhr region was one of the European Capitals of Culture. TBFA_0057
Views: 17733 The Best Film Archives
Industrea Mining Equpment Behind the Scenes Photo Shoot-ric woods photography
Here is maree nichols, studio manager and photographer, for ric woods photography with a behind the scenes look at the photo shoot at Industrea Mining Equipment's Photo shoot late last year- Fantastic Australian made mining equipment
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Commercial and Advertising photography Portfolio ric woods photography
ric woods photography studio 02 4962 1066 . whether it is portrait, commercial, mining, industrial, fashion, beauty or weddings, making high quality images is a passion for newcastle photographers ric woods and maree nichols. The natural ability of these australian photographers is immediately evident in their images. ric's people skills and years of experience enable him to connect with his clients to form a cooperative, creative relationship almost immediately. maree nichols the other half of this team brings a wealth of creativity and business management skills to this newcastle studio. Their corporate clients have included ge,lexus, snp security, stockland, telstra, metso minerals ,port waratah coal service, newcastle city council, robyn drayton wines, lake macquarie city council, hunter health, officeworks,headstart international,schnieder international and many others. ric woods photography works out of a purpose built studio in carrington newcastle n.s.w. the studio also contains a real darkroom. the studio captures on digitial and film.
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Industrial Photography and More...
My first photography montage video set to my own music mix. Crossing my fingers that this doesn't violate any rights. Enjoy! **I do not own the rights to any of the music used in this video.**
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Billie Fairclough Corporate Photography Showreel 2011
Western Australian Photographer Billie Fairclough, Corporate photographer with OPITO approved credentials for offshore petroleum industry. www.faircloughphotography.com.au Specialising in the following fields of expertise: Petroleum industry photography Onshore and offshore Corporate photography (Energy Oil and Gas) Mining and Resource photography Industrial / Manufacturing images Mergers and Acquisitions Confidential Agreements Images for Trade Periodicals Company Advertising & Re-branding Aerial photography Maritime and sea trials Media (Direct Access to media editors in print)
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Workers by Sebastiao Salgado
More than those of any other living photographer, Sebastiao Salgado's images of the world's poor stand in tribute to the human condition. His transforming photographs bestow dignity on the most isolated and neglected, from famine-stricken refugees in the Sahel to the indigenous peoples of South America. "Workers" is a global epic that transcends mere imagery to become an affirmation of the enduring spirit of working women and men. The book is an archaeological exploration of the activities that have defined labor from the Stone Age through the Industrial Age, to the present. Divided into six categories--"Agriculture," "Food," "Mining," "Industry," "Oil" and "Construction"--the book unearths layers of visual information to reveal the ceaseless human activity at the core of modern civilization. Extended captions provide a historical and factual framework for the images. "Salgado unveils the pain, the beauty, and the brutality of the world of work on which everything rests," wrote Arthur Miller of this photobook classic, upon its original publication in 1993. "This is a collection of deep devotion and impressive skill." An elegy for the passing of traditional methods of labor and production, "Workers" delivers a message of endurance and hope. #photobookjousting
Industrial Scars: The Hidden Costs of Consumption - Book Trailer
Industrial Scars, the new book by environmentalist and photographer J Henry Fair, who brings our attention to the tragic effects created by the human impact on our planet. The book will be published by Papadakis Publisher in October 2016: http://papadakis.net/books/industrial-scars/ At first, his photographs are mesmerisingly beautiful: taken at bird’s eye perspective from a small plane, their shapes, colours and details give them an aesthetic quality that entrance and capture the imagination, yet concern and horror creep in on the realization of the true reality of the subject. Our ever-increasing demand for energy, regularly-changing eating habits and rampant consumerism are rapidly leading to the degradation of our planet. Industrial Scars reveals unseen views of the effects of such production on our environment, exposing the secrets from oil drilling, hydro-fracking and coal-ash waste, to large scale agricultural production and abandoned mining operations. Each of Fair’s striking images are accompanied by detailed explanations from award-winning science writer, Lewis Smith, who writes about the effects of rampant consumerism on our environment and describes the development of industries through time and across the world. The overall message is clear – Fair is committed to reveal the evidence of the devastating costs of our choices on our planet. It is up to us to accept a consumer responsibility and environmental awareness, and to change our habits if we want to ensure a better world for future generations to enjoy. ------ Our thanks to Michael Roberts for the music and Dirk Vandenberk for his help creating this video.
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Mine Photos
Mining photographer James Hodgins creates images in the mining industrial sectors for the mining industrial industries.
Views: 3809 A Sudbury Guy
Cuba mining province fights for its economic life
Cuba has often struggled to compete on world markets, with the small amount of industry it has. But nickel mining is surviving, and in some cases, thriving. With its markets slowly opening up, Al Jazeera went to the eastern province of Holguin, in the heart of the nickel mining industry, to look at what the future might hold. Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Holguin province, eastern Cuba. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Depressing Vintage Photos of Child Labor In USA 1908- 1912
After the Civil War, the availability of natural resources, new inventions, and a receptive market combined to fuel an industrial boom. The demand for labor grew, and in the late 19th and early 20th centuries many children were drawn into the labor force. Factory wages were so low that children often had to work to help support their families. The number of children under the age of 15 who worked in industrial jobs for wages climbed from 1.5 million in 1890 to 2 million in 1910. Businesses liked to hire children because they worked in unskilled jobs for lower wages than adults, and their small hands made them more adept at handling small parts and tools. Children were seen as part of the family economy. Immigrants and rural migrants often sent their children to work, or worked alongside them. However, child laborers barely experienced their youth. Going to school to prepare for a better future was an opportunity these underage workers rarely enjoyed. As children worked in industrial settings, they began to develop serious health problems. Many child laborers were underweight. Some suffered from stunted growth and curvature of the spine. They developed diseases related to their work environment, such as tuberculosis and bronchitis for those who worked in coal mines or cotton mills. They faced high accident rates due to physical and mental fatigue caused by hard work and long hours. Lewis Hine (September 26, 1874 – November 3, 1940) was an American sociologist and photographer. Hine used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States. In 1908, he became the photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), leaving his teaching position. Over the next decade, Hine documented child labor, with focus on labor in the Carolina Piedmont, in American industry to aid the NCLC’s lobbying efforts to end the practice. By 1916, Congress passed the Keating-Owens Act that established the following child labor standards: a minimum age of 14 for workers in manufacturing and 16 for workers in mining; a maximum workday of 8 hours; prohibition of night work for workers under age 16; and a documentary proof of age. By 1920 the number of child laborers was cut to nearly half of what it had been in 1910. “There is work that profits children, and there is work that brings profit only to employers. The object of employing children is not to train them, but to get high profits from their work”. – Lewis Hine, 1908. *********************************************************************** -Music: Air Prelude by: Kevin MacLeod -Music Download Link: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100337
Views: 9908 Luth Luther
Landscape Photography - 1800's Gold Mining and Native Forests
New Zealand forests and Landscape Photography have become one of my favourite combinations of late. Join me on the Mt. Crichton loop track as we get a wonderful variety of different photograph opportunities, from native bush to roaring waterfalls. My Instagram: @peggyclear My Twitter: @peggyclearphoto Gear: Nikon D3100 Manfrotto Compact Action Tripod Various NiSi Filters North Face Surge II Backpack Nikon Remote Shutter 18-55mm f3.5-f5.6 kit lens Canon G9X Rode Smart Lav Microphone
Views: 577 Henry Turner
Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, and Edward Burtynsky follow up Manufactured Landscapes and Watermark with a sobering meditation on psychedelic potash mines, expansive concrete seawalls, mammoth industrial machines, and other examples of humanity’s massive re-engineering of the planet. ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch is the third collaboration between award-winning photographer Edward Burtynsky and acclaimed filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier following Manufactured Landscapes and Watermark. In breathtaking tableaus, their latest documentary continues their exploration of industrialization and extraction in astonishing scale and perspective. In recent years, some scientists have argued that the Holocene Epoch — the nearly 12,000-year period since the last Ice Age — has ended, and we have now entered into the Anthropocene Epoch. The new label reflects the dominance of humans on the planet, causing mass extinction and climate change and altering the Earth more than all natural processes combined. Spanning numerous countries, the film reveals in stunning images how our mania for conquest defines our relationship to the Earth — and how we have created a global epidemic. In Kenya, mounds of elephant tusks burn in a devastating display of the impact of poaching (chillingly reminiscent of the bison skulls that were piled high in the clearing of the Canadian plains for settlement). In Russia and Germany, mining operations transform terrains into otherworldly industrial wastelands as hypnotic, colossal, lifelike machines endlessly extract on an unfathomable scale. ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch is a mesmerizing and disturbing rumination on what drives us as a species, and a call to wake up to the destruction caused by our dominance. These startling dystopian visions are not future projections, they reflect a reality that is already here - and if we are to change course, the first step will be a revolutionary shift in consciousness.
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Tampa Bay Florida Industrial Constuction Photography - At a Hernando Cemex Mine
We are a Photography & Video Production company servicing areas: Tampa Bay, St. Pete, Hernando, Pasco, Brandon, Sarasota, Tarpon Springs and Palm Harbor. www.tampabayflphotographer.com 866-318-0602
Goldfields Esperance Architectural Photographer
Shane Cullen Photography is based in Kalgoorlie Western Australia Real Estate | 3D | Commercial | Corporate | Mining & Industrial & Video www.shanecullenphotography.com [email protected]
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Edward Burtynsky: Manufactured landscapes
http://www.ted.com Accepting his 2005 TED Prize, photographer Edward Burtynsky makes a wish: that his images -- stunning landscapes that document humanity's impact on the world -- help persuade millions to join a global conversation on sustainability. Burtynsky presents a riveting slideshow of his photographs, which show vividly how industrial development is altering the Earth's natural landscape. From mountains of tires to rivers of bright orange waste from a nickel mine, his images are simultaneously beautiful and horrifying.
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Back in time: Oklahoma Coal
OETA'S documentary series back in time looked at the lives of the men and boys who worked and died mining Oklahoma coal. The reporter is Robert Burch, the photographer is Ryan Lorg. This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network. For more information, go to the ONR web site www.news.oeta.tv and ONR blog http://blog.oeta.tv/onr For more about OETA-The Oklahoma Network, visit www.oeta.tv.
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Miners strike, Roger Tiley
Roger Tiley photographed the coal mining industry in the south Wales valleys in the 1980s. He returns thirty years on, to make portraits of miners and their families and to interview them, to see how their lives changed after the 1984/85 miners' strike. He also looks at the changing landscape, now deep mining has disappeared from the valleys topography.
Marilyn Newton at Marigold Mine
Marilyn Newton, photographer for the Reno Gazette driving the IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES Hauler Simulator at the Marigold Mine in Valmy, Nevada as part of the Winnemucca at Work photography workshop at Shooting the West in Winnemucca, Nevada, March 7-11, 2012
Views: 662 Douglas Keister
Oil&Gas, Aerial Showreel  - BOSIET Drone Pilot/Flycam/Aerial Photography, Drone Operator, Cameraman
OFFSHORE MEDIA PRODUCTIONS - PETER SCHEID FILM Ltd. - ACCREDITED BOSIET CERTIFIED FILMMAKER, CAMERAMAN/VIDEOGRAPHER/DRONE PILOT/AERIAL DRONE OPERATOR AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY based in HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM. WE PHOTOGRAPH/SHOOT FOR ENERGY/OIL & GAS WORLDWIDE. VIDEO/FILM PRODUCTION EXPERIENCED FOR OIL & GAS, ENERGY COMPANIES IN VIETNAM, experienced offshore in BRUNEI, MALAYSIA, INDONESIA, MYANMAR, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, EAST TIMOR, SOUTH KOREA, OCEANIA & AFRICA. Contact: Mail: [email protected] Phone: + 84 - 918 921 258 Showreel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlvW1HZJDs8&t=195s We film and produce on and offshore documentations, documentary films, corporate videos and photography for oil and gas, mining, resources, clean energy, automation, waste management and the marine engineering industries. Website: http://www.peterscheid.com Drone Operator, Aerial Showreel Vietnam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGmuoebaZ8E Oil & Gas BOSIET/HUET offshore cameraman/videographer/photographer. Fully equipped we further shoot aerial photography and films from helicopter - HUET (helicopter under water escape training certification 2016 - 2020). Aerial Photographer/Cameraman/Flycam/Aerial Drone Pilot in Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau and beyond: Peter Scheid Accredited & certified to shoot on oil & gas and other maritime construction sites: BOSIET (valid 2016-2020) HUET OPITO TSbB PETRONAS OFFSHORE MEDICAL (valid 2018- August 2020) Watch our 2 aerial Vietnam showreels on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xD8ozGcrKA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGmuoebaZ8E&t=742s My equipment: 2 x Sony PXW-FS7 4K camera + field monitor 1 x Sony PXW-FS5 4K camera + Chrosziel mattebox + sunshade 1 x Canon 5D Mark 3 + field monitor 2 x Sony 4K FDR-AX100 cameras 1 x JVC HD 250 U shoulder camera 5 x GoPros + all extras 2 x OSMO DJI mini action steadycam cameras 1 x Ronin stabilizer 2 x Sachtler tripods 2 x Libec LX7 tripods 1 x Manfrotto tripod 1 x Benro mini tripod 1 x Gorillapod tripod 1 x ABC 5 meter travel crane, monitor, counterweights, Sachtler aluminium tripod + spider. 1 x IFootage Shark S1 slider 1 x Phantom 3 gold professional drone for aerial shooting 4K plus 2 batteries 2 x Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 drone for aerial shooting 4K plus 10 batteries 1 x Mavic Zoom drone, 3 batteries 1 x DV RigPro shoulder mount 1 x Sennheiser shotgun microphone, foam and Recote windshield 1 x Rhode microphone and windshield 2 x Sony UWP V1 wireless microphone 1 x Set LED 3 lights and 3 tripods 1 x Handheld LED light, 8 batteries 1 x LED large with strong battery for night shootings, tripod 1 x Seamless 2.20 meter for product shooting. Copyright
Зимний день, г. Норильск / A winter's day, Norilsk: 1960s
Зимний день г. Норильск Фотографии Всеволод Тарасевич 1960-е годы A winter's day Norilsk Photographs by Vsevolod Tarasevich 1960s Музыка: Песня о Норильске - Н.Хнаева Music:. Song about Norilsk by N.Khnsev Vsevolod Sergeevich Tarasevich (1919-1998) was a renowned Soviet photo-journalist. He began to publish pictures in the newspapers "Smena" and " Leningradskaya Pravda ", while still studying at the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute . In1940 he became photo-journalist of the Leningrad branch of TASS and foillowing the outbreak of war, served for the political administration of the North-Western and then Leningrad fronts. After the war, he worked for three years in the newspaper Vecherniy Leningrad. After moving to Moscow he became a photo-journalist for the VDNH Norilsk is an industrial city in the Krasnoyarsk region of Russia and is located above the Arctic Circle.The city is the second largest city (after Murmansk) inside the Arctic Circle. Norilsk, Yakutsk, and Vorkuta are the only large cities in the continuous permafrost zone. Norilsk was founded at the end of the 1920s, but the official date of founding is traditionally 1935, when Norilsk was expanded as a settlement for the Norilsk mining-metallurgic complex and became the centre of the Norillag system of GULAG labour camps. Norilsk was granted urban-type settlement status in 1939 and town status in 1953.... Mining and smelting ore are the major industries. Norilsk is the centre of a region where nickel, copper, cobalt, platinum, palladium and coal are mined. Norilsk has an extremely harsh subarctic climate and is covered with snow for about 250–270 days a year, with snow storms for about 110–130 days. The "midnight sun" is above the horizon from 21 May to 24 July, and the period when the sun does not rise, polar night, is from approximately 30 November to 13 January.......
Views: 1108 Nigel Fowler Sutton
Норильск в 1970-е годы / Norilsk in the 1970s
Норильск в 1970-е годы Norilsk in the 1970s Музыка: Песня о Норильске - Музыка: Н. Кутузов Слова: В. Семернин Исполняет: Н. Тимченко, Академический хор русской песни ВР п.у. Н. Кутузова Фотографии включают Семейный архив - Ковальчук В. П. Music: A song about Norilsk - Music: N. Kutuzov Lyrics: V. Semernin Performed by: N. Timchenko, Academic Choir of Russian Norilsk is an industrial city in the Krasnoyarsk region of Russia and is located above the Arctic Circle.The city is the second largest city (after Murmansk) inside the Arctic Circle. Norilsk, Yakutsk, and Vorkuta are the only large cities in the continuous permafrost zone. Norilsk was founded at the end of the 1920s, but the official date of founding is traditionally 1935, when Norilsk was expanded as a settlement for the Norilsk mining-metallurgic complex and became the centre of the Norillag system of GULAG labour camps. Norilsk was granted urban-type settlement status in 1939 and town status in 1953.... Mining and smelting ore are the major industries. Norilsk is the centre of a region where nickel, copper, cobalt, platinum, palladium and coal are mined. Norilsk has an extremely harsh subarctic climate and is covered with snow for about 250–270 days a year, with snow storms for about 110–130 days. The "midnight sun" is above the horizon from 21 May to 24 July, and the period when the sun does not rise, polar night, is from approximately 30 November to 13 January.......
Views: 4557 Nigel Fowler Sutton
WizardOfLight June2017 podcast
We're back in the saddle chatting it up and chewing the cud on all things photography, running a photography studio from our different backgrounds. Judy, who shoots glamor and boudoir, James, who's an industrial and mining photographer and yours truly, weddings, fairies, families and babies. “If you want to be a profitable and successful photographer, then study profitable and successful photographers.” http://photosuccess.com/joinus/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/NoBSPhotoSuccess/ JAME'S mining photography SITE: http://miningindustrialphotographer.com/ JUDY's boudoir photography site: http://www.elementzoffoto.com/02/ Rob's site: http://westmountphotography.com/
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Burmese  Python climbing a tree in Vietnam - Film/Video Production, cameraman Ho Chi Minh City
Here some clips/Teaser BURMESE PYTHON in a tree in Vietnam for Documentary Film Series Water Landscapes. Snakes and their habitats in South East Asia. Production: Peter Scheid Film Ltd. Camera: Peter Scheid FILM PRODUCTION HO CHI MINH CITY, HANOI, DUONG DONG, VUNG TAU - OFFSHORE MEDIA PRODUCTIONS - PETER SCHEID FILM Ltd. ACCREDITED DIRECTOR, FILM CREW, CERTIFIED FILMMAKER, CAMERAMAN/VIDEOGRAPHER/DRONE PILOT/AERIAL CAMERAMAN & PHOTOGRAPHY IN HO CHI MINH CITY AND BEYOND. VIDEO/FILM PRODUCTION EXPERIENCED IN VIETNAM, BRUNEI, MALAYSIA, INDONESIA, MYANMAR, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, EAST TIMOR, ANDAMAN ISLANDS, OCEANIA & AFRICA. Contact email: [email protected] Phone: + 84 - 918 921 258 We film and produce on and offshore documentations, documentary films, corporate videos and aerial photography: Nature films, safari, flora and fauna. Industrial plants, factories, ship building/ship yards, freight forwarding companies, container ports, refineries, garment/shoe industry, architecture/design, nature and animals, trade fairs, exhibition and conference, property developing, mining, resources, clean energy, automation, waste management and the oil & gas/marine engineering industries. Website: http://www.peterscheid.com Fully equipped we further shoot aerial photography and film/video from helicopter - HUET (helicopter under water escape training certification 2016 - 2020). Flycam - Aerial Drone Pilot - Aerial Photography in Ho Chi Minh City and beyond. Accredited & certified to shoot for oil & gas, maritime construction sites: BOSIET (valid 2016-2020) HUET OPITO TSbB PETRONAS OFFSHORE MEDICAL (valid 2018-2020) Equipment Peter Scheid Film Ltd.: 2 x Sony PXW-FS7 4K cameras + field monitor, lenses 1 x Sony PXW-FS5 4K camera + Chrosziel mattebox + sunshade 1 x Canon 5D Mark 3 + field monitor 2 x Sony 4K FDR-AX100 cameras 1 x JVC HD 250 U shoulder camera 5 x GoPros + all extras 2 x OSMO DJI mini action steadycam cameras 1 x Ronin S camera stabilizer 2 x Sachtler fluid head tripods 2 x Libec LX7 tripods 1 x Manfrotto tripod 1 x Benro mini tripod 1 x Gorillapod mini tripod 1 x Benro monopod 1 x ABC 5 meter travel crane, monitor, counterweights, Sachtler aluminium tripod + spider. 1 x IFootage Shark S1 slider. 1 x Phantom 3 gold professional drone for aerial shooting 4K plus 3 batteries 2 x Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 drone for aerial shooting 4K plus 10 batteries 1 x Mavic 2 Zoom drone, 3 batteries 1 x DV RigPro shoulder mount 1 x Sennheiser shotgun microphone, foam and Recote windshield 1 x Rhode microphone and windshield 2 x Sony UWP V1 wireless microphone 1 x Saramonic Twin wireless/radio microphone to record 2 persons. 1 x Boya wireless/radio microphone 1 x Set LED lights + 3 tripods, cabel reels 1 x Set hand held LED + batteries 1 x LED light with a strong battery for outside night shooting 1 x 2, 20 meter Seamless/Hohlkehle for product shooting Copyright Peter Scheid Film Ltd.
A Photographic History of Mining in South Wales- John O'Sullivan
• A valuable historical record of mining and the mining communities in South Wales • Richly illustrated with 200 historic pictures • Honours those to who Wales — and the world — owes so much John O' Sullivan was a journalist in South Wales for forty-five years. He covered the Aberfan disaster for the Daily Mail and was with BBC Wales during the miners' strike in the 1980s. In 1973 he was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to study Talking Newspapers for the Blind. He wrote numerous books on South Wales, including A Century of Cardiff and A Century of Newport. http://www.thehistorypress.co.uk/products/A-Photographic-History-of-Mining-in-South-Wales.aspx Music: Gymnopedia No 2. Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com
Views: 7015 The History Press
Nasjonal turistveger Allmannajuvet/Norwegian Scenic Routes
Publisert 1. gang 1. sep. 2016 The Allmannajuvet zinc mines are a disused mining works in Sauda. The mines were in operation from 1881 to 1899. During these years a total of 12,000 tonnes of zinc ore were extracted. Today, the mining area is a museum. The plain buildings in the gorge are designed in an industrial construction style to embody the story of the mines. The Allmannajuvet works will be completed in September 2016. Architect: Peter Zumthor Building manager: Statens vegvesen Main building contractor: Mesta http://www.nasjonaleturistveger.no https://www.facebook.com/Nationaltouristroutes/
Views: 1728 Nasjonale turistveger
Minco Photography Showreel
Mining photography, Commercial Photography, Industrial Photography
Views: 536 Damien Carty
Sammy Baloji Interview: The Past in Front of Us
Through his intriguing and poignant pictures, Congolese artist and photographer Sammy Baloji confronts the Western portrayal of his country by linking old photographs from Belgian colonial times with contemporary ones. The result is captivating. Because it is a rich mining region, mining was and is key in the Katanga province where Baloji grew up, and its past is heavy with slavery and exploitative hierarchies. Baloji discovered that he did not recognize the reality that the colonial photographs from his hometown represented. He therefore decided to make pictures of the new post-colonial industrial or abandoned landscapes, using these as a way of confronting the archived pictures. By this, he was able to challenge not only the past but also the present: “Africa is a European concept.” Baloji, who started his career as a cartoonist, is interested in how an image can be used in society and how he can use these images semantically to communicate and to create a sort of fiction from reality: “It’s like creating my own story with different stories.” Time seems to go in circles in his pictures, always pointing to the beginning. There’s a presence, which the viewer is faced with, but at the same time this presence belongs to the past: “Reality has a complex relationship with past, present, now, yesterday or today.” Sammy Baloji (b. 1978) is an artist from the Democratic Republic of Congo. After his graduation from the University of Lubumbashi he worked as a cartoonist and later specialized in video art and photography. Recurrent themes in his work are ethnographic exploitation, architecture and urbanism, and he uses photography to explore the histories, present-day realities and contradictions inherent in the formation of his homeland. Baloji has exhibited in international venues such as Tate Modern in London, Axis Gallery in New York, Musee du Quai in Paris, Bamako Biennale in Mali and Cup Biennale in South Africa. In 2007 he was twice awarded the ‘Prize Africa in Creation’ (Prix Afrique en Creation) and the ‘Prize for the Image’ (Prix pour l’image). In 2009 he was honoured with a ‘Prince Claus Award’ from the Netherlands. He lives and works in Lubumbashi. Sammy Baloji was interviewed by Matthias Ussing Seeberg in Copenhagen in 2015. Camera: Nikolaj Jungersen Edited by: Sonja Strange Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015 Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 2684 Louisiana Channel
Miners dispute
The industrial dispute across Queensland coal mines looks set to deepen. See more at tennews.com.au
Views: 218 Channel 10
StenopeiKa stories - Im Anina project
I WANT TO BE UPDATE: www.stenopeika.com/i-want-to-be-updated Ciao Ragazzi! today new blog category “Stenopeika stories” with new video about a photographic project “Im Anina” where I'm participating in the dual role of photographer and camera builder. For all those who do not know me, I started as a photographer and then become a builder and I still offer my knowledge for workshops around Italy. thanks to my double skill I have been invited also in romania to take part in this very interesting project for the redevelopment of the Romanian communist industrial heritage with other Romanian and Italian professionals, architects, geologists and photographers. Anina is a small town near the Serbian border, home to the deepest coal mining well in Eastern Europe. The mining industry worked since 2007 and today is a typical deindustrialized city left to itself, but with an incredible industrial heritage. last year we worked on the architectural part, but this year we focused on the people who decided to stay despite the few possibilities that the city offers today. For this project Paolo Mazzo, professional photographer, used a StenopeiKa 45se2 folding camera.
EXTREME JOBS : Eps 6 - Crocodile Conservationist, RLNI Helmsman, Diamond Diver
We travel around the globe to meet people who do the most amazing work. We find out what it takes, why they do it and what the rewards are... From the airline-anti-terrorist unit or the man that hunts Anacondas barefoot, to the Siberian forest fire fighters. This insider expos will inspire and inform people about where their dreams could take them. Whether its helping wildlife, helping other people, or helping themselves, there's never a dull moment in these professions. This is the 6th of 20 episodes of the famous TV series which aired in 2012. Please subscribe our channel so we can bring you your daily dose of quality TV documentries
Views: 5123 Free Documentary
"Industrial Scars: The Art of Activism"
J Henry Fair, photographer and environmental activist. Fair is the creator of a photographic series titled Industrial Scars, an aesthetic look at some of our most egregious injuries to the system that sustains us. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Environmental Studies Program and the Hood Museum of Art.
Views: 1903 Dartmouth
Surveillance Photography: Personal, Public and Profit
In an age of pervasive public monitoring and personal sharing, can individual privacy really exist? The advent of drone and smart-phone photography, metadata mining and wearable cameras has had an effect on anyone who walks down a street, uses email, posts a video or searches online for a companionship. This panel discussion—scheduled to coincide with the exhibition “Taking a Closer Look at Surveillance Culture through Photography,” at the Open Society Foundations’ New York location, and also inspired by “Surveillance.01,” an exhibition at the Independent Filmmaker Project—features artists, critics and industry professionals who engage with a wide variety of surveillance photography.
Views: 1410 School of Visual Arts
Ffoton Talks: Roger Tiley
Welsh Documentary photographer Roger Tiley speaking at the first of three Ffoton Talks held in Cardiff over April - June 2016 as part of the Ffoton Wales #urbanwales open participatory photography initiative on Instagram and Flickr. Our thanks again to Glenn Edwards for interviewing Roger. Roger is an accomplished photographer - well known for his intimate coverage of the mining communities and Miners Strikes during the 1980's in South Wales. He studied under Magnum Photographer David Hurn on the original Newport Documentary course and has continued to exhibit his work in the UK and Internationally as well as publish books on his work. Recorded at The little Man Coffee Co. in Cardiff 21 April 2016. (Please excuse the odd audio pop - we had a faulty audio cable on one microphone!) You can listen to an exclusive Ffoton conversation with Roger on our website: http://www.ffoton.wales/interviews/2016/4/roger-tiley-pt1 Video © 2016 Ffoton Wales Images used with the permission of and © Roger Tiley
Views: 481 Ffoton
COPTRZ CAA Drone Training - Permission for Commercial Operations
Find out more about COPTRZ CAA Drone Training - https://www.coptrz.com/caa-drone-training/ To operate a drone commercially in the UK you need to gain a Permission for Commercial Operations from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The COPTRZ CAA Drone Training Course will allow you to gain the full up-to-date package of skills, knowledge and experience needed to apply for your Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) from the CAA. COPTRZ: http://www.coptrz.com Telephone: 0330 111 7177 Email: [email protected]
Views: 1103 Coptrz
Industries by Josef Koudelka
Industries by Josef Koudelk can be purchased from Beyond Words at http://www.beyondwords.co.uk/p/3264/koudelka-industries Josef Koudelka started using a camera in panoramic format in 1986 while participating in the photographic mission of the DATAR, whose objective was to “represent the French landscape of the 1980s”. He thus criss-crossed France, then the entire world, to take stock of modern humanity’s influence on landscape. This book, with an original, raw binding and an imposing format, gathers 40 panoramic photographs selected by the artist with the complicity of François Hébel. These images bear witness to major human works, ranging from factories to quarries, or enormous mining complexes and abandoned zones. They carry the reader into inaccessible and little-known areas, between sublime and disarray, to witness the imposing reality of industry that we try now to erase. A text by François Hébel gives an overview of Koudelka’s photographic journey and his fascination for industrial landscapes over 30 years whereas François Barré’s essay contextualizes this ensemble into the history of landscape. Publisher: Editions Xavier Barral Size: 42 x 30 cm 102 pages, 40 B&W photographs Texts (bilingual ENGLISH-FRENCH) ISBN: 9782365111379
Views: 287 Beyond Words
KTVN - Comstock Mining #1.mp4
Original airdate: 07/19/11 Part 1 of 3. KTVN investigates the uproar in Storey County over new mining taking place in the Comstock area. Kristen Remington, Reporter Jeff Foss, Photographer/Editor Copyright 2011 KTVN
Views: 603 KTVN Channel 2 News
The Most Depressing City On Earth
Just gonna do a little damage control here and add that the video is purely opinion. I did very little intense research, and depression is a mental illness not a characteristic of a city. I based my argument on some facts, but I'm sure you can argue that war torn cities like Damascus could be more 'depressing'. Sorry if the video came off as if I was spouting the gospel. If you think you have found a more depressing city, comment. Just do not comment Detroit. Please. Full Script: It was my goal when making this video to decide which city is the most depressing (which in this situation is a synonym for depressing). This is obviously just an opinion, but I did put some research into this and I think that my answer is very reasonable. Before we get into this, let’s take a look at the rules. I decided that a city cannot have fewer than 50,000 people I know that that isnt the official definition, but This takes a lot of remote settlements in places like Greenland out of the mix. I decided to look at what factors cause unhappiness. I found this list, and while some factors have no relation to geography, two do: Inability to sleep or excessive sleeping, and Social isolation. In order for a city to make it hard to sleep, it has to be very far north, or very far south. Cities inside the arctic circle experience the polar night, where the sun simply does not come up for days at a time. This has been known to cause insomnia. In order for a city to cause social isolation, it needs to have a hostile environment. Luckily, most cities in the Arctic Circle check that box. It also has to be isolated from other cities, and inaccessible. There are many scandinavian cities that have hostile environments, but these cities, such as Tromso (traum-suh) are tourist destinations and generally good places to live. They have high standards of living. Next, we have to turn to Russia. Two cities caught my eye immediately: the coal mining town of Vorkuta and remote port Murmansk. However, coal mining has become unprofitable in vorcuteuh, so people are moving out at alarming rates. Plus, just look at this picture and tell me that does not look jolly. And being a port city, Murmansk naturally has contact with new ideas and people. However, there is one city that I have left out. (Papers please theme) Norilsk. The Nickel mining city of 170 something thousand people is so hostile it seems like something out of 1984. No roads lead to Norilsk, and it is one of three large cities in the continuous permafrost zone that means that the land is unfarmable. There is one freight railway that leads to the city, but the only way out is an airport or a port 40 miles away that freezes over in the winter. Norilsk enters continuous darkness for 45 days each year, and when people leave the city, they say that they are going to “the mainland”. the polar night syndrome is common in residents, you can probably figure out why. It is also one of the most polluted cities on earth. Here’s a quick list of facts about norilsk’s pollution: 1 percent of global emissions of sulfur dioxide comes from Norilsk nickel mines . It is so polluted that some people mine the soil for soot because it contains precious minerals. In September 2016, the nearby river turned red. The life expectancy of a worker in Norilsk is 10 years lower. A study done by Boris Revich showed that blood illnesses were 44% higher, nervous system illnesses 38% higher, and bone and muscle system illnesses 28% higher among children in Norilsk WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER CHILDREN IN SIBERA. In any other city, people might protest these terrible, polluted conditions. But in Norilsk, the income for nearly everybody comes from one company: Norilsk Nickel. Any protestors would be fired, because even if you do not work in the mines, Norilsk Nickel also owns nearly all businesses in town. And the Russian Government has no plans to step in, because this company is a cash cow. Norilsk Nickel is 2% of the Russian GDP. In comparison, the entire city of San Francisco is 2% of the US GDP. The city has a depressing past as well: it was built by 500,000 gulag prisoners working under starving conditions throughout the month long days and nights. Of which eighteen thousand died. The most obvious relic of this era can be found all over the city: the stalinist, utilitarian architecture of nearly every building in the city. But hey, they painted the city bright colors so it can’t be that bad right?
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