The bright star in the upper left is Upsilon2 Cassiopeiae (υ2 Cas). This star is also officially named Castula or 28 Cas. υ2 is listed in SIMBAD as a peculiar star. It is magnitude 4.62 star with the spectral type G8.5IIIbFe-0. This is a yellow giant and it is 57.8453 parsecs distant.
The bright star to the lower right is Upsilon1 Cassiopeiae (υ1 Cas). Upsilon1 Cassiopeiae is listed as being a high proper motion star. This means it is moving through space faster than most stars we know of. υ1 is magnitude 4.82 and its spectral type is K2III, making it a K-type giant. It is 104.1406 parsecs away and is also known as 26 Cas.
Below Upsilon1 and just past the bottom of this image is W Cassiopeiae, a nearby carbon star. Although not shown I thumbnail below, in the full size version of the W Cassipeiae image, Upsilon1 is visible at the very top of the field. To see these two stars in the same image, visit the W Cas page from the thumbnail link below and scroll to the top of the full size image.