After Elaine Halpert graduated from Ryerson University, she worked as an exhibiting fine-art photographer and taught photography classes. With her more than a decade of accrued experience, she refocused her efforts to build her own photography business, drawing upon the many lessons she learned, including the idea that two cameras are better than one. She and a sidekick attend all special-event shoots, capturing as many memories as possible during celebrations ranging from bar mitzvahs to weddings.
Her work emphasizes normal exposure and natural light, ensuring pictures suffused with authentic hues and clear focus. On occasion, she saturates colours by drawing out the brightness of a blue balloon or the stately beiges of a municipal bus shelter. Elaine also varies her lenses to achieve portraits with soft backgrounds and group shots with crisp details.
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Mega Wraps specializes in healthy options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It first lays its nutritious foundation with a high-quality pita base, available in two sizes: junior or regular. Freestyle wraps are then stuffed to the floury gills with fresh ingredients and gluten-free deli meats. Poultry enthusiasts will appreciate the myriad chicken options, including roasted, Caesar, or fajita ($6.19 for junior, $7.19 for regular). The quick-serve noshery offers other protein picks such as tuna salad ($5.49/$6.49) or chicken salad ($6.19/$7.19), in addition to vegetarian-friendly favourites such as falafel ($4.99/$5.99). In lieu of wraps, sandwiches can be had on ciabatta bread ($4.49–$5.49), or diners can skip the bread altogether and graze on a garden salad ($4.19/$5.19) or sip the soup of the day ($2.39 for a small, $3.79 for a large).
Speaking Roses has changed the imagination of the floral industry by combining the beauty of fresh roses with the pure emotion of a heart felt message. Our process allows us to print any message you can imagine on fresh roses. Our roses have been used for weddings,anniversaries or just to say "I Love You" in a stunning way.
EasySTOR is a great way of storing your furniture during a renovation, Moving within the City of Winnipeg and surrounding areas, or just storing unused items you want to keep.
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Professional photographer Bruce Hendricks, together with Personal Expressions owner Steve Hiebert, may teach photography, but the experience they draw on is all from real life. Bruce was the first Manitoban certified by the Professional Photographic Certification Commission. He's twice been named Photographer of the Year by the Professional Photographers of Canada – Manitoba and has earned a long list of other accreditations and degrees. The artist helms his own studio and practice the lessons he espouses on a daily basis—he take pictures of families and couples during portrait and wedding sessions and directs commercial and industry photo shoots as well. To share their experiences with others, Bruce and Steve hold photography seminars to help professional, amateur, and student photographers learn new skills and develop confidence in both the art and the business of photography.
For more than 30 years, The Winnipeg Sun has kept locals up-to-date on current events, sports, entertainment, technology and more. Each photo-packed issue hits the doorsteps of homes seven days a week, including the Sunday edition. Besides in-depth coverage of everything from the Jets and Blue Bombers to unfolding events in the Middle East and throughout the world, the Sun also covers money, travel, and local culture.
Art Land ushers students into the world of art at a young age, holding classes and course curricula for artists ages 2–12. Youthful practitioners drop in to free-form single-medium courses with a 20-visit punch pass to dig, build, and drywall the foundation for essential right-brain exercise, motor skills, and creative experimentation. Young ones explore art basics in the studio space over one-hour sessions, moving around among five stations emphasizing media such as clay, paint, charcoal, and mashed potato. After exploring the tools, principles, and basics of each art form, students are encouraged to make a mess, to self-guide projects, and to responsibly raise their own muses.
Hip Pooch welcomes dogs and dog owners to a bathing facility with waist-high tubs and other amenities that make bath-time more pleasant than it would be at home. Owners slip into rubber aprons and lather pets with all-natural shampoo before drying fur with clean microfiber towels and a special doggy dryer. Hip Pooch also houses a boutique stocked with designer collars, dog apparel, toys, and other accessories.
The Pawsh Dog offers a variety of dog-centered caregiving services such as private training sessions and group obedience classes. It also keeps dogs neat with a self-serve wash station or staff members can provide salon services for the dogs by snipping nails, trimming coats, and even painting nails.
Those looking for short-term or long-term care for their dogs may find use in the daycare services or doggie hotel. The doggie daycamp allows dogs to socialize in a safe play area as well as go for walks and receive some one-on-one private training. As puppies leave the day camp, other dogs may stay in the doggie hotel rest in fluffy beds and are treated to lots of belly rubs.
Pooches frolic in perfect weather under a powder-blue sky, darting curiously back and forth, tongues lolling from canine grins. It is a common scene at any dog park, except in this case, the air is climate-controlled and the sky’s tufts of cumulonimbus are painted on. Sophie's Dognasium frees humans and their pups to romp across 6,000 square feet of rubber flooring, sheltering them all the while from inclement weather and businessmen trying to learn how to shake hands right before a meeting. Under the supervision of owners, dogs burn off excess energy as they clamber up ramps, scoot through tunnels, and wind around obstacles. The park designates certain playtimes for large or small dogs, and moveable picket fences create boundary lines on the fly.
What came first, the city or the paper? It’s actually no chicken-and-egg conundrum: one year before Winnipeg was incorporated, the Free Press paper was already recording local Manitoba stories and news. With such a long pedigree in local journalism, the paper continues to thrive today, with a weekly readership of more than 400,000 people taking in news, sports, entertainment, and developments from all around the world. More than just the area paper, the Winnipeg Free Press also brings communities together around timely stories and discussion-provoking columns, and by sponsoring the Winnipeg Jets .
The framing experts at But Is It Art slip pictures, memorabilia, and keepsakes into flattering homes to keep them intact while bringing out their tones and textures. Staffers pride themselves on sealing unusual items such as ballet slippers and runaway hamsters into professionally glass-encased displays. Sports jersey framing is a specialty here, and mats can be customized to match team colors. The crew can also find the most stable way to frame medals or to dry- or float-mount paintings, photos, and needlework with an expansive lot of frames and mattes, and their work has earned distinction with a Consumers' Choice Award.
StorageVille eases the moving process with supplies ranging from cube-style trucks and packing tape to storage facilities monitored by 24-hour surveillance cameras. Their steel-reinforced warehouse is filled with indoor units that can hold items from furniture to valuables with optional temperature controls to ensure that important papers and other items vulnerable to changes in heat are protected. Alternatively, boats and RVs can take up residence in fenced-in outdoor pens. For extra security, a 6-foot fence guards the facility’s perimeter, and an individual alarm and cardboard cut-out of a German shepherd arms each locker.
Pets 101 welcomes pets and their owners into a well-stocked emporium of nutritious treats, handy equipment, and fun toys for dogs, cats, birds, gerbils, and lizards. The in-house no-kill cat shelter matches humans up with adorable four-legged companions, and a menagerie of fish, reptiles, and birds await places in loving homes. Teams of professional groomers clip, condition, and pamper pets in their care, and over 125 square feet of dog toys excite the imagination of playful pooches. As visitors fill their carts with healthful food from Nutram and Pulsar, they take pride in the fact that Pets 101 is 100 per cent Canadian-owned, easily satisfying any civic-minded pet's demands to support the regional and local economy through their purchases.