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My New Canon M50 Camera

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My new Canon M50 Camera and my shoot out was for Ahmedabad Heritage Building in Old City of Ahmedabad. I enjoyed selecting model Canon M50 by studying various camera review sites like https://www.imaging-resource.com ; https://www.dpreview.com .

We had two brands in mind, Nikon and Canon. After a study and with help of my father I opted for Canon brand because of its quality lenses and New Digital Sensor.

Canon M50 was handy which I liked most for convenience and is only camera having 4K video recording and mirror less shooting. 

Uttrayan - Festival of Kites and Colours.

Makar Sankrati or Uttrayan as we call it. is a festival of kites. It is celebrated each year on 14th of January. All over the country people celebrate it with kites, food, music and what not. As for me, I don't know how to fly kites, so each year I celebrate it with dozens of colourful gas balloons. This is one here is a picture of me, from the day of Uttrayan.

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Gloden Ratio 1.618

 

 

In days of yore, it was noticed that pieces of art which were considered to be examples of true perfection had the golden ratio and greatly influenced people. So what is this ‘golden ratio’? In fact it is the division of quantity into two unequal parts whereas the smaller part refers to the bigger exactly as the bigger part refers to the whole quantity. Where was it used? How can we benefit from it now? Find out in our new video!

LATO Fonts - Sanserif Typeface Family by Lukasz Dziedzic

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Lato is a sanserif type­face fam­ily designed in the Sum­mer 2010 by Warsaw-​​based designer Łukasz Dziedzic (“Lato” means “Sum­mer” in Pol­ish). In Decem­ber 2010 the Lato fam­ily was pub­lished under the open-​​source Open Font License by his foundry tyPoland, with sup­port from Google.

In 2013 – 2014, the fam­ily was greatly extended to cover 3000+ glyphs per style. The Lato 2.010 fam­ily now sup­ports 100+ Latin-​​based lan­guages, 50+ Cyrillic-​​based lan­guages as well as Greek and IPA pho­net­ics. In the process, the met­rics and kern­ing of the fam­ily have been revised and four addi­tional weights were created.

In the last ten or so years, dur­ing which Łukasz has been design­ing type, most of his projects were rooted in a par­tic­u­lar design task that he needed to solve. With Lato, it was no dif­fer­ent. Orig­i­nally, the fam­ily was con­ceived as a set of cor­po­rate fonts for a large client — who in the end decided to go in dif­fer­ent styl­is­tic direc­tion, so the fam­ily became avail­able for a pub­lic release.

When work­ing on Lato, Łukasz tried to care­fully bal­ance some poten­tially con­flict­ing pri­or­i­ties. He wanted to cre­ate a type­face that would seem quite “trans­par­ent” when used in body text but would dis­play some orig­i­nal traits when used in larger sizes. He used clas­si­cal pro­por­tions (par­tic­u­larly vis­i­ble in the upper­case) to give the let­ter­forms famil­iar har­mony and ele­gance. At the same time, he cre­ated a sleek sanserif look, which makes evi­dent the fact that Lato was designed in 2010 — even though it does not fol­low any cur­rent trend.

You can learn about this font at http://www.latofonts.com/ and download  the fonts from the website.

Lato fonts are free to use on desktop and on web.

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