“This door is locked after 1730 hr.” is the message that greets you on the inside of the copy room, something you don’t normally catch unless the door is closed. Continue reading
When I was younger, CBC was one of two channels that we had for a while. I was mostly infatuated with television growing up, the government funded channel, as well CBC radio, were things I listened to/watched throughout most of my life.
It was only fitting that I would attend journalism school with CBC in my sights, still as that dream job in the back of my mind. Continue reading
You ever notice the behaviour that civilians seem to have these days when it comes to live news cameras? Whether it’s being interviewed or just walking past it, they lack a certain morality on purpose.
Take for example, the guy that decided to stand in-between a reporter and his camera during the news of an oil spill that happened in Vancouver some days back:
What do you do when you have the perfect shot and it’s a little cut off, making it a picture that you just can’t use for the article?
Naturally, use the photo anyway if it’s just ‘too good’, but for those that want to enter into taboo territory, photoshop is your answer.
I’m often unfairly critical of photography, because so many of my friends like to think they can just take it up no problem (It’s so easy it’s soooo easy.)
Surely it’s one of those things. Everyone can be a photographer, but not everyone can take pictures well. Continue reading
Newsgetter press, was about a tiny little newsroom, aspiring to write about the events of the day to the younger demographic. It would be topical to a long winded blog post attempting to explain what the strip was event about.
As much as I enjoyed the idea, I didn’t feel like I could muster up enough enthusiasm to keep drawing even if the plan was a two strip a week basis, so the whole thing was put on the back-burner, and idealoclast existed instead.