Cyanotype Photographs

Cyanotype is a photographic process that was invented in 1842. It's early uses were to make architectural blueprints and botanical photograms.

We use it to make blue and white photographs of our surroundings and travels. Jodhpur, the blue city and our hometown, is at the centre of it all. It is a beautiful process that uses the sunlight to expose a print on paper painted with a light sensitive dye.

Our work includes experiments in analog photography like double exposure, light painting, portraiture and photograms.