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Monday, December 29, 2014

Photographs of Vitrified Industrial Tiles

Photographs of Vitrified Industrial Tiles

Here are some sample photographs of industrial floor tiles, taken on site. 

There is huge range of tiling solutions available, depending on the usage and application. 

These are the common range of flooring solutions: 

  • Ceramic Wall Tile
  • Ceramic Floor Tile
  • Vitrified Wall Tile
  • Vitrified Floor Tile
  • Glazed Vitrified Tile
  • Sanitary ware & Bath fittings
  • Modular Kitchen
  • Wooden Flooring
  • Marble & Quartz
  • Wallscapes



tile design for bathroom

designer tiles for living room

brick design tile for rooms

contemporary tile design

wood finish tile for bathroom and flooring

modern design for living rooms

floral design industrial tile for factories

modern tile design for flooring with punch

tile for living rooms with unique design

The industrial tiles, comes in the following range: 

  • Exterior wall - CladStone
  • Industrial Plain
  • Industrial Colour
  • Industrial Textured 
  • Industrial Sandex
  • Industrial Sandex Plus
  • Industrial Anti-Static
  • Swimming Pool Tiles

Monday, December 22, 2014

Hand Knotted Carpets Photography

Hand Knotted Carpets Photography

These some of the carpets photographs taken for Kashmir Oriental Carpets Enterprise (KOCE) at World Trade Center; Mumbai.

This is the new range of carpets that have been introduced by KOCE; for the Indian and over seas clients who want a contemporary set of options as compared to the oriental designs.

These are machine made carpets with the cotton, silk, jute and variety of other fabrics. Each of these carpets can be custom made to any specific size, shape and changes in design.

Top Flat Angle: 
This is by far the most popular ways to present flat products like a carpet. The top flat angle allows the viewer to see the complete design of the carpet. 

Here are some of the photographs taken with top flat angle:

















Perspective Angle: 

One of the ways in which the carpets can the photographed, is in the perspective manner:


Hand-tufted rugs are the preferred choice of millions of homes, especially of the present avant-garde generation primarily due to the inherent characteristics of fabulous, trendy designs in à la mode, contemporary colors and at nearly a fraction of the cost of the more expensive hand-knotted rugs.

Hand-tufted rugs are hugely popular today and rightly so! These rugs are easy to produce, can be customized as per your requirements in your preferred Hot pinks or Imperial blues (or in any other shade in the world!); in any motif you desire and are still very inexpensive.

Kashmir Oriental Carpet Enterprises believes in presenting a fresh perspective in the hand-tufted rugs business. Therefore we have done away with the age-old system of showcasing ready inventory of our chosen rugs as per our preferred colors, designs, etc. from where you are expected to make a choice. KOCE feels that is best suited for the Traditional, Oriental world of hand-knotted carpets and rugs.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Top 5 Reasons why not to buy a D-SLR

Five reasons why you should NOT buy a Digital SLR: 

 



Reason #1:  High Initial Cost

D-SLR cameras are typically more expensive than point and shoot cameras and most of the bridge cameras. Even a second hand, entry-level DSLR is more expensive than an advanced point and shoot and bridge camera. In addition, to the cost of the camera itself, there is costs towards, the lens, camera bag, memory cards, tripod and other accessories like UV filter etc.

Reason #2: Steep Learning Curve

Most of the common people fall for the myth that having a D-SLR camera will automatically enable them to take "better pictures"! The truth is that, by itself, with the default settings, the D-SLR will produce "poor" pictures, as compared to a point and shoot camera. Why? Because, the user needs to actually "learn" how to use the D-SLR. The very basics of photography like aperture, shutter speed and ISO are alien words to most of the first time D-SLR buyers, enticed by the advertisements and peer pressure. Unless, someone is really keen to "learn" at-least the basics of photography and camera operations, you will be better off with a bridge / point and shoot camera.

Reason#3: Inconvenience of size and weight

None, of the D-SLR cameras will ever fit in anyone's, pocket, at least physically! The size and the weight are one of the biggest if not the only reason, why you will be  better off with a easy to use and keen a handy point and shoot digital camera. Imagine, going for a dinner with your friends and family and lugging a separate camera bag and shooting with it every time,  an opportunity arises. It is most cumbersome to say the least.

Reason #4: Delicate and handle with care!

Most of the D-SLR cameras are neither water proof nor shock proof. Which means that you needs to extra careful in handling these electronic gizmos. And yes, warranty does not cover dropping your precious D-SLR from dining table or spilling coffee on it.
 
Reason #5:  Additional Running costs

Owning a D-SLR is like owning a car or computer. You will need accessories! The common most accessories will be a camera bag (which one: Shoulder sling or backpack?), UV filter (to protect the lens front), additional memory cards, larger hard disk (to store large images), tripod (if, you want really sharp images) etc.


Please ask yourself these simple questions to find out if you really need a D-SLR:

1.    Am I ready to invest time and a considerable amount of money into a D-SLR?
2.    Am I willing to learn about photography and the camera?
3.    Do I need a more advanced camera for just friends and  family pictures?
4.    Can my business or family benefit from this purchase?

Monday, December 8, 2014

Leather hand and duffel bags photographs

Leather Hand and Duffel Bags Photographs

Here is small collection of pure leather hand bags and duffel bags photographed for a client in Mumbai. 

These high quality leather products are manufactured in Dharavi suburb of Mumbai and generally used in corporate gifting. 








Monday, December 1, 2014

Pharma Safety Training Video

Training Video for Pharmaceutical Plants

In practically all the pharma companies, they have to follow Standard Operations Procedure (SOP) when it comes to processes and procedures.

The personnel have to follow a set standard steps in PPE (Personnel Protection Equipment) handling and wearing, so that there is least amount of damage caused in case of an accident. 

This training video was created for Glenmark Pharma Ltd. at their Nashik plant and used to educate the workers about the steps and manner in which the SOPs have to be followed. 

The voice over was in local Marathi language as majority of the workers are local and it is the state language of Maharashtra.