Anand Bhavan is the former Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru’s family house in Allahabad India. All frames were shot by the author with a Leica M6 TTL Camera, with Leica Summarit M 35 mm f 2.5 lens. The photos were shot on 15 January, 2020. The building behind Anand Bhavan, where former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was born, is Swaraj Bhavan.
The film was hand developed by the author using Tetenal Colortec C-41 process and scanned with an Epson Film Scanner.
All images taken by the author using a Leica M6 TTL Camera, Leica Summarit M 35 mm f 2.5 Lens. Ilford HP5 Plus (at 1600). Hand developed by the author with Kodak HC-110. Taken in 2018. Most frames were shot at night without using a flash. So they were shot on 1/15 second shutter speed, without using a tripod. This is easy to do with a Leica M6, as the shutter does not jiggle the camera even at 1/8 second.
All frames taken by the author with a Minolta SRT 101 Camera on January 8, 2020. Film developed by the author using Tetenal Colortec C-41 process and scanned with an Epson Film Scanner. Kodak Codacolor 200 film.
All frames shot by the author on Sunday, January 12, 2020. Minolta SRT 101. Lens used was a Cosina 28-70 mm MC Macro. I have used this camera for almost fifty years at this point. Works perfectly. Kodacolor 200 film. Self developed by the author with Tetenal Colortec C-41 process. Aminabad Market is one of the main markets in Lucknow, India. The market is especially crowded on Sundays.
In 1856,the British overthrew the Dynasty of the Newab of Lucknow. The Newab was exiled to Calcutta (Kolkata). The next year, the Indians launched the first chapter in the “Indian War of Independence” for freedom from British rule. Some two thousand British perished. The buildings of the Residency still bear the bullet holes and scars from the battles in 1857. An interesting place to visit if one travels to Lucknow, the capitol of the state of Uttar Pradesh.
All images taken by the author on January 10, 2020. Leica M6 TTL Camera. Ilford HP5 Plus film (Pushed to ISO 1600). Hand developed with Kodak HC-110.