Canpar: Commercial Photography for a Large Logistics Company

Written by Robert Lowdon

Robert Lowdon is an internationally published commercial photographer based out of Toronto, Canada. He spends his time photographing architecture and industrial projects for the most part.

Published September 8, 2021

courier driver in delivery truck

I had the pleasure of conducting a large logistics photoshoot for Canpar’s advertising collateral. The shoot was conducted over several days in the Greater Toronto Area. Luckily we were fortunate to get some great weather.

Working in a large urban setting can be both challenging and rewarding. Everything can be just that much more difficult as far as coordination. On the other hand, as a photographer you get a great range of photo opportunities. The goal of these logistics photography images were to look realistic while still using a bit of production value to get authentic images that relate to the viewer.

In case you didn’t know Canpar is one of the fastest growing companies in Canada. They provide a wide range of logistic services throughout Canada and are also a part of TFI International which comprises of over 80 different companies.

There are a few of my favorite images below in the logistics picture gallery.

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Logistics Photography for Canpar

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