Category Archives: IT


Life with the Fuji X-Pro 3

Life with the Fuji X Pro 3   ST JOHN’S, NEWFOUNDLAND – Has Greg become a Fuji fanboy my friends all ask? Well, sort of I guess, but I have been a fan of Fujifilm […]


The failure of Google and FaceBook

I found this particularly interesting as I’ve been complaining for the past year how useless Google and Yahoo News has become in actually finding anything useful in my work and research. To the point where […]


The Pink Swan …and web stories

For now my friend’s daughter is still The Pink Swan. She was very proud of her ballet outfits and pictures were in-order for the far-flung relatives. (NOTE: This post has been imported from the old […]


30 years of Photojournalism

Pope John Paul II in St. John's, Newfoundland during his 1984 tour of Canada. Photo by Greg Locke © 2009 A few events collided this week to make me finally get around to a time […]


2009 seems just like yesterday

Well, I guess its time to clean up the mess and get back to work. Not that we stopped working. Looking at the blog I notice it has been a month since we’ve posted anything. […]


What The Duck has a new website

Aaron Johnson's What The Duck has a great new website. A must read for anyone in the photography business be it news, wedding, portraits or commercial.


The New Sound Symposium website

WHEW! …we've finally finished the redesign of the Sound Symposium website. It's been rebuilt from scratch with a new content management system, on a new server, that will allow for online presentations and performances as […]


Well, this SUCKS! Masses don’t trust the Internet

  Pollster Nik Nanos says Canadians still trust TV news more than any other news sources. Internet news sites are last! THAT doesn’t bode well for the online news media and kind of does in […]


Herder shows power of the web

One of Newfoundland’s premier sporting events took place Saturday night and it was a perfect illustration of the power, flexibility and range of new media over old media and how the web works in the […]


Tracking your photos in cyberspace

One of the biggest problems for independent photographers and companies owning the copyright of images has been the illegal and unauthorized use of their pictures. Not just in editorial use but commercially also. Copyright infringement has always been […]