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Judee Richardson-Schofield

Judee Richardson-Schofield has become a familiar name and face in the local media. Judee has been published in the Cambridge Times, the Cambridge Reporter, the Record, Globe and Mail, City Parent, Forever Young and was the feature writer for the Cambridge Courier to name a few. She has worked as a communication specialist for the Cambridge Memorial Hospital, a marketing writer for World Cities and currently opened the doors to her own business Vivid Photography. She won the YWCA Women of Distinction award in Communications and Public Relations in 2005 and has been nominated twice for the Bernice Adams Award.

Valentine’s Expressing Day is about Love

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February 11, 2015

February 14 is the one day devoted to love; the one-day permission is granted to show your romantic,mushy side without ridicule. You are allowed to purchase delicate, lacy things, fine wine and scented candles. You can express yourself in a poem or letter,not only reminding the recipient how much you love and adore them, but […]


Tell the Events Story with Photographs

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May 5, 2014

In today’s world almost everyone is packing a camera, whether it be a full  professional SLR, point and shoot or cell phone, you can almost guarantee that images are being snapped at lightening speeds and posted almost as quickly on line at every event taking place all over the globe. The trick is to capture […]


Picking the Perfect Pie

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October 12, 2013

Preparation is key to capturing an event

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September 12, 2013

In today’s world almost everyone is packing a camera, whether it be a full  professional SLR, point and shoot or cell phone, you can almost guarantee that images are being snapped at lightening speeds and posted almost as quickly on line at every event taking place all over the globe. The trick is to capture the […]


Burning desire to capture bursts, twinkles and flickers

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June 18, 2013

With clear skies and summertime temperatures dominating the long evenings, it is time to focus on those much sought after holiday and event photographs –   bonfires, fireworks or a patio lantern lit backyard oasis.  The absolute “must have” tool for successful firework shots is a sturdy tripod, don’t leave home without it, hand-helds and monopods simply won’t cut it for […]


Rockin with your camera!

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May 2, 2013

So you have decided you want to rock with your camera and specialize in concert photography. If you are as passionate about music as you are photography this would be a perfect fit with the potential of creating a dream job. With that said a seasoned concert photographer knows the importance of capturing that moment […]


Cambridge History Corner:Dumfries Mill/Galt Woolen Mill

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March 6, 2013

Between 1843 and 1851, Issac Sours built a woollen mill where Mill Creek flows into the Grand River. The Galt Woollen Factory at 36-38 Water Street South is the oldest surviving textile mill in the area. Under Sours ownership, the mill workers worked an average of 64 hours per week. Alexander Young taught school in […]


Night and Low Light Photography – Capturing Christmas after dark

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December 16, 2012

As promised in my last column I am going to attempt to share more tips and tricks used to capture a variety of images in low light and evening settings. There is no rocket science involved; similar methods are applied and used in other lighting conditions discussed in previous columns. If you want the best […]


Shoot …it is almost holiday time!

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November 5, 2012

    Every year we vow to ourselves we are going to capture that ultimate Christmas album with crisp images of friends and family enjoying the festive celebration. However, what often happens are blurred action shots of Uncle Charlie crashing his sled simply because you failed to take the time to adjust a setting. Your magical family moments around […]


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