Entries by Sharon Johnson

How to Fix the Big Oops!

Performing photo data recovery is something we all dread but will have to do at some time. Accidentally erasing or formating our card and loosing all our beautiful photographs happens to the best of us. If you have a way to recover your deleted photos, the mistake is a bit less painful. How Memory Cards […]

Outdoor Portrait Photography Tips

Improving your outdoor portrait photography is easy if you remember a few tips. From travel snaps to taking pictures of your kids playing in the fall leaves, outdoor portrait photography is one of the most flexible and fun ways of taking pictures. I take lots of photos outside and I bet you do as well. […]

Digital Photography Free Tutorials Selection

To introduce the digital photography free tutorials on this site, and as a bit of an introduction and overview of the tutorials themselves, I decided to give a breakdown here. On this page you will find a list of some of the tutorials on this site. To find some of the others, make sure you […]

Cropping Photographs

Digital photography editing: Back in the days when film photography was all there was, photography editing, or post-processing as it was known, was almost as important as taking the picture itself. A photographer would process his film and make a contact strip of all his negatives (small images of his shots on a piece of […]

Love, Loss, and What I Blog: Spotlight on Lisa Horner

Lisa is returning to the Panasonic Theatre where she was last seen as Claire, David’s mother in My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, the 2009 Toronto Fringe Festival hit that was picked up and expanded by Mirvish Productions.  A critical and financial success,  it played to over 60,000 people in under six months and was […]

How to Find the Perfect Wedding Photographer for Your Wedding

Weddings are very important occasions as this is the day when sweethearts transition into being a married couple.  Since most people will only get married once in their lifetime, it is very important for them, particularly that of the female, to make sure that the whole wedding occasion goes well and that there are no […]

Love, Loss, and What I Blog: Spotlight on Barbara Budd

As co-host of CBC Radio’s “As It Happens” for 17 years, Barbara’s  voice has become recognized around the world. But prior to taking up her place behind the mic, she was an accomplished actor appearing in major theatres across Canada. In five seasons (and over 20 productions) at the Stratford Festival, she played leading roles […]

Love, Loss, and What I Blog: Spotlight on Luba Goy

Luba considers herself to be the luckiest Ukrainian Canadian Comedienne in Canada! A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, she began her professional career with the Stratford Festival. She then spent a joyful career making the country laugh with The Royal Canadian Air Farce. Air Farce has been inducted into the International and […]