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I have finally put together a gallery of our daughter Erinn’s rock and ice climbing adventures. We’ll try to keep this updated with her latest competitions and outdoors adventures. Check out CLIMBING WITH ERINN
Sorry, not THOSE kind of cats. We got to shoot much of the 2015 Caterpillar calendar in Newfoundland this year for Canadian division Toromont CAT.
We just got our first print copies. Always nice to see the final product come out of the design house.
We really love working with The Headroom in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Great people with creative vision, drive and skills. We are back in the studio for this latest shoot for Olivia Chafe, one of the hottest hair stylists in the city, was for a Sebastian Whats Next contest. You can vote for her entry online at Sebastian.
Model: Emma Dagher
Makeup: Janel O’connell
Photo by Greg Locke © 2014
We have just updated our NSO Project photo galleries adding our images from 2014. Looking forward to what 2015 brings for the musicians of Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra.
You can also visit the NSO’s new website at nsomusic.ca for the 2015 concert schedule and information.
It was a great, wet, fun time at the annual Mummers Parade in St. John’s yesterday. Congratulationd to organizer Ryan Davis and his merry band of volunteers. And thanks for inviting me back for another year. Visit their website www.mummersfestival.ca in the coming days for an online photo gallery. Photo by Greg Locke © 2014
Its no secret that location shooting has its lighting challenges. To dark, too bright, too contrasty, not contrasty enough, wrong colour, mixed colour, back light…. That’s why we usually bring our own and lots of it. But every once and awhile you have everything set up and balanced and realise you need just one more light to make it sing …and the bag is empty. That’s what happened to us on this shoot in a dark cavernous machine shop. We were out of lights and we needed something to fill in the background. Thats when I spotted the welder on a break. I asked if he could help out and light up his welding torch to make some light. He asked how much? I said give me everything you got and he smiled.
Sometimes “available light” means any light that’s available.
Photo by Greg Locke © 2014
© 2014 GREGLOCKE
Far from the Rocky Mountains, out on the eastern edge of the country you’ll find the small but busy Newfoundland and Labrador Section of the ACC. On one weekend in August, at one of the most unique and spectacular climbing crags in Canada, you’ll find the annual Flatrock Climbing Festival – the biggest event in Newfoundland climbing. This year’s festival ran Saturday August 16.
The seaside cliffs in the fishing village of Flatrock, Newfoundland, 30km north of St. John’s, were first identified as a potential crag in the early 1990’s by a very small group of local climbers and have been used and developed ever since by the growing local climbing community. It has become the prime climbing area in the province with more than 40 routes on four different crags as well as plenty of bouldering set in dramatic coastal scenery. ….MORE on the ACC website