Category Archives: Tech & Technique


Diamonds are a girls best friend

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend but I get along fine with these fascinating, sparkly little gems too.  One of our favourite clients, Diamond Design, in St. John’s, Newfoundland, has posted  gallery of our jewellery photography on their DiamondDesignNL FaceBook page. We have been shooting their stunning diamond rings and other jewellery for the past year ever since owner Pat Thompson asked if we […]

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On location with Shane Mahoney

There is nothing like the challenge of a location portrait. You have to go prepared for sun, cloud or rain, bitter cold or sweltering heat. The day we photographed famed wildlife biologist, Shane Mahoney, as a part of an ongoing documentary film project, it was bitter cold and brilliant, blinding morning sun …and the crew were prepared. No “fix it in Photoshop” for this bunch. […]

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Watch this space

Photo by Joe Chase Have I ever mentioned my weakness for nice wrist watches? Today I confess,  it’s true. My name is Greg and I’m a watch addict. Not as bad as some I know but, honestly, it has more to do with disposable income. But, the time has come for a new watch. Never mind I already have two watches, a Swiss Army field […]

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The Newman Wine Vaults

The Newman Wine Vaults.                                                  Photographed by Greg Locke © 2011 The historic Newman Wine Vaults on Water Street in St. John’s, Newfoundland is a provincial historic site and operated by the Newfoundland Historic Trust. It’s been in the news lately when its well known […]

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Taxi Driver …not De Niro.

George Murphy photographed on Topsail Road in St. John’s, Nfld.  by Greg Locke © 2011 Wow! Where did this month go?? We have been absorbed in a project that involves photographing a couple of hundred subjects over the next few weeks and lost all track of the outside world. Oh, yeah, a trip to the bottom of the Duck Pond mine helped the sensory deprivation […]

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