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Biography

A new era is taking shape in the earthmoving industry; one filled with transparency, positive awareness, and branding. I focus on showcasing the construction and mining industries from a unique and positive perspective. In my photos you will see that I shoot heavy equipment, people, and projects in the earthmoving industry. The current state of the internet, social media, is creating immense branding opportunity for companies. Showing the companies assets, core values, and positive work environment is rewarding them with increased positive awareness, new talent being hired, and successful closing of morel client's. A win win situation for the company and us photographers.

Currently using a Canon 6D Mk.1 with a 35mm, 85mm, and 135mm prime lenses.

Check out my website for more information
https://earthmoversmedia.com/

EarthMovers Media - Dedicated to the story of earth and the iron that moves it.
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    Night Road Construction

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    Start of the day

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    Wheel Loader With a Full Bucket

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    Early Morning Work - Perks of Working In The Construction Industry

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    Raw Earth

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    Bulldozer Resting At End of Shift

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      • Seller
      1 week ago
      Big Boys Toys. Used to be my life many years ago when I worked as a forester. I miss playing with diggers and dozers.
      • mack_plovie
        1 week ago
        It is for sure one of the best industries to work in!
    • lili255
      1 week ago
      So clear colors
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    • Ramonet Photography
      1 week ago
      Well nice shot well done sir!:-) It would come handy for the Oak island to help to find treasure!:-):-)
      • mack_plovie
        1 week ago
        This dozer is too old to be featured on TV haha
        • Ramonet Photography
          1 week ago
          Well anything that mussel power is very welcome!:-) the TV an not look a gift in a mouth horse jajaja nice one sir!:-)
    • Sonic Boom
      2 weeks ago
      I'm so sad. I thought this was a D9!

      Nice shot. I like the washed out colours making the image appear almost as old as the D9 itself.
      • mack_plovie
        2 weeks ago
        It is a D9! Thank you, I do like the desaturated look as well!
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    Excavator Backfilling A Trench

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    • Sonic Boom
      2 weeks ago
      Interesting like play on this in the cab, or just my eyes. I can see the drivers arm, but otherwise it looks like it's empty, yet clearly backfilling the trench! Ghost operator?

      And continuing on my sad theme here, is that a plate welded onto a toothed bucket to make it into a grading bucket?

      • mack_plovie
        2 weeks ago
        Sonic Boom, the operator is hidden behind the front left cab pillar and the reflection off the front glass, no polarizer filter makes it look empty for sure!



        The cutting edge on this bucket is a bolt on serrated cutting edge, having the same effect as a cleanup bucket (straight edge) but also giving the edge some cutting/digging ability. That excavator is equipped with a wrist bucket, which tilts left and right just like your wrist. So digging hard packed earth is not ideal as the attachment is not strong enough, the setup is meant for grading and shifting loose earth.