Shooting industrial photography is one of the best things I get to do as a photographer. I mean really, you get to meet a lot of interesting people, the subject matter is always interesting and I have to work on the fly. As a commercial photographer, so much of what vision in a photography session is, is that quiet confidence one has in their own abilities. Not so much to say that we are exactly sure of the outcome of the final images, but that instead we welcome the journey. Knowing at the end of the we are going to create something memorable for client. That strength comes from, inside, having pushed ourselves so often to do things that others have and will always view as crazy, rather impossible or a waste of time. Even so memorable to myself as the photographer, in that I have the luxury of doing, and seeing things that most do not have.
So I pose the question, why not climb up ladders with cameras and lenses and even lights strapped to my back. Why not take the hard way, when others would rather take the easy way. I tell you great things are closer to the sky. I can also share, that the absolute hardest achievements I have accomplished so far, have meant the most.
These images were created for Agrico. They make fertilizer. I take pictures.