Viewpoint Photography is Chad and Janine Movold—Chad takes the pictures, and Janine handles retouching and framing. Whether they’re outside snapping playful engagement shots or inside peeking at the bride as she gets her makeup done, they create warm, honest images that testify to life's little joys and surprises. The Movolds also have their own studio, where high school grads can come in to commemorate their graduations and families can assemble for portraits to conceal their secret safes.
Passing moments manifest into richly colored photographs as Images of Distinction Photography’s experts zoom in on the shy flash of a toddler’s new teeth or the glint of tears in a groom’s eyes as he says "I do." The professional photographers snap pictures of newlyweds frolicking on the beach, craft portraits of families amid fall leaves, and document graduates smiling carefree for the last time. Then the shutterbugs collaborate with graphic designers to refine the naturally composed shots, creating prints impressive enough to frame and stealthily hang in the Louvre.
For 15 years, Cindy Gannon has photographed children, families, and events, travelling the world to snap vibrant wedding images that capture emotional moments. She aims to keep photo sessions relaxed and enjoyable for her subjects, whether they're out shooting on-location engagement sessions or posing in her loft-like studio, which can hold up to 30 people for team portraits or clone reunion shots. Other photo shoot options range from family photography to boudoir shoots.
Page the Cleaner first opened its doors in 1935. Back then, it was a family-run laundry business operating out of a single, small shop. As the decades passed, however, Page the Cleaner grew into more than 200 drop-off locations across Alberta and added dry cleaning to its repertoire.
Today, the company utilizes environmentally responsible dry-cleaning methods that minimize waste.
The Videodrome’s staff of true movie lovers celebrates the experience of browsing by organizing Blu-Ray and DVD sections by featured directors, film noir installments, literary adaptations, and employee favorites. The cinematic labyrinth houses an extensive selection ranging from new Hollywood blockbusters to cult rarities, while also featuring film classics and special-ordering elusive titles. Over the store’s 15-year existence, staffers have built relationships with loyal customers, gaining the trust necessary to recommend favorite movies or give amateur tax advice. Customers toss handfuls of complimentary popcorn into mouths while browsing, and can bring dogs into the store for companionship or assistance in choosing between Air Bud and Beethoven.