Cyanotype is an old monochrome photographic printing process which gives a cyan-blue print. Originated in the 1840’s, it was not utilized in mainstream photography and was adopted as a copying technique, becoming known by the term “blueprint”. To begin the process, two solutions are prepared for the two-part sensitizing process — Potassium Ferricyanide and Ferric Ammonium Citrate (green). Too much potassium ferricyanide in the solution will lower printing speed, too little may cause the blue color to bleed into the lighter areas. Basically equal volumes of the two solutions are used. Solutions can be stored for several months in amber glass bottles.
Siddharth Kaneria, graduate in Interior design, with a professional experience of over 5 years in communication design. But he is passionate about photography more than anything, quietly creating a treasure of images for the last 8+ years. With the digital age ushering in a greater need for visual content, Siddharth have heart for vintage cameras and the technique they use. He have collected around 300 cameras so far mix of old which belongs to golden era and some new ages. He had many other successful exhibitions till time but I come across an exhibition of photography titled “The Tower Man”, at The Project cafe, Ahmedabad last Sunday on June 16th. The pendulum clock is one of the most recognizable types of clocks. Many consider it to be a classic or antique timekeeping device. The Tower Man is a story of a curious white clothes, big mustache under the hat man who fascinates pendulum clock.
Of all the days to celebrate this out shines the rest, here is hoping that this Eid is happiest and best Eid Mubarak to All 🙂 I am welcoming myself back to my blog today. As well it was my Thirtieth Birthday two weeks back ❤ April end till May end, took me a lot of strength and courage to recover from severe food poisoning, stomach ulcer, colon parasites and heat stroke. A voyager epicure journey gonna take a long break for now. But this too shall pass 🙂 Fast forward!! I’ve got a sweet tooth, but less in comparison to my teens years 😀 Growing up learning about how too-much of sugar side effect our health. There will be a dump of an unhealthy levels of fat in the blood and livers of person who ate a high-sugar diet, which may increase the risk of heart disease and many other things. And while many people eat sugar as a pick-me-up, it could be having the opposite effect. Well, can’t deny this. Because we live in an artificial world now 🙂
Once in a while, sugar is good! Sharing my top 10 Ahmedabad Dessert cafes that totally makes you feel living in a paradise. These are my best to go desert parlor since 2 years and counting, while some I just got new in my list. As well the best thing is, they doesn’t have too-much sugar in their dessert. Let’s roll!! Get ready to droll!!
Eating is one of life’s greatest blessing and pleasure you can’t deny. And for travelers it’s not solely about eating good food. It is about understanding the culture heritage. Culinary traditions. Rituals. Art beyond boundaries. Even a simple raw onions can do wonders to your body that you learn from interacting with locals and sharing the knowledge with the world. In today’s world Gastronomy or Culinary Tourism (refers to trips made to destinations where the local food and beverages are the main motivating factors for travel) has emerged as an integral part to any tourist experience. There was a time when people really lived to eat 😀 Culinary Tourism is a diverse and dynamic channel for sharing stories, forming relationships, building communities and understanding the heritage. Chicken wrapped in a dough and cooked under the earth with some charcoal, the traditional style cooking cannot ever match the taste with the one we cook in a cooker. You cannot dare to label a ‘good healthy big bowl of rice noodles filled with vegetables and sea food’ as a junk food in Thailand or Vietnam but you label it a ‘junk food’ in India. Believe it or not, FOOD has the ability to shape your journey and define your memories. Here I am introducing you to my brand new post SUNDAY SPECIAL and sharing my 5 best Restaurants and Cafés in Ahmedabad. Continue reading “Sunday Special: My 5 best restaurants and Cafés in Ahmedabad that serves heavenly delicious foods that you can always taste the freshness in each bite.”→
Courtyard by Marriott Ahmedabad, a chain of Marriott International is a mid-priced range of hotels designed specially for business travelers but also accommodates families. The Luxury Business Hotel is located on a busy street of Ramdevnagar area in Satellite. Easy access to public transportation 24/7.
Marriott International is an American multinational diversified hospitality company that manages and franchises a broad portfolio of hotels and related lodging facilities nd have over 5,397 brands which are: The Ritz-Carlton, BVlgari, EDITION, JW Marriott, Autograph Collection Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Marriott Hotels, Delta Hotels and Resorts, Marriott Executive Apartments, Marriott Vacation Club, Gaylord Hotels, AC Hotels by Marriott, Courtyard, Residence Inn, SpringHill Suites, Fairfield Inn & Suites, Towne Place Suites, Protea Hotels, and Moxy Hotels, St. Regis, The Luxury Collection, W, Westin, Le Méridien, Sheraton, Four Points by Sheraton, Aloft, and Element.
It’s October 10th today and yesterday Ahmedabad has created a history as Canadian Singer-Songwriter, Bryan Adam performed live for the first time at Sardar Patel Stadium. With more than one lac people joined and the highest ticket value of appx 1lac for the round tables sold off. Amazing!! Western World are celebrating autumn and from today Ahmedabad people are all set to celebrate the world’s longest traditional dance festival of Navratri for the next 9 days. The Gujju’s Sunburn festival which surely should be on your list 🙂 Ahmedabad always have something great to offer for every age. Undoubtedly magical in every corner. Be it architecture or food or tradition. Let’s explore the other side of Ahmedabad!! Don’t pack your cameras yet buddy 😀 Continue reading “Look Ahmedabad beyond it’s famous Fafda, Khaman and Dhokla – PART II”→
For an instance, you might feel like Ahmedabad does even have a happening life?? The Gujju’s who only keep hogging on fafda, khakhra, undhiyu, khaman, thepla and dhokla. It’s a walled city and Gujarat is a dry state. Well let me tell you this buoy, you are wrong! The dry and walled city doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Ahmedabad is a combination of chaos, peace and love. I have been thought for a long time to list this out and here it is 🙂 I have picked best 36 things which is something everyone should do to get to know Ahmedabad better. Take out the photography gear and the tripod, witness the marvelous side of Ahmedabad. Continue reading “Look Ahmedabad beyond it’s famous Fafda, Khaman and Dhokla – PART I”→
Ganesh Chaturthi (Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithiisor Ganeshotsav). is a most awaited ten-days Hindu festival which is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed and younger son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati (widely known as Ganpati Bappa or Vinayaka). According to Hindu Mythology, Ganesha is known by 108 different names. Hindus worship Lord Ganesha before performing any rituals. Based on one of the legends, Lord Ganesha appeared even before the creation of nature and consciousness. This is one of the reason to be believed why Lord Ganesha is worshiped before beginning any task. Ganesha Chaturthi was first has been publicly celebrated in Pune since the era of Shivaji (1630–1680, founder of the Maratha Empire). Continue reading “The vibrant art of Ahmedabad’s Gulbai Tekra aka Hollywood Basti – Ganesh Chaturthi Special.”→