Field Notes from Bahrain – March 2006

Bahrain gave us first real chance to get to grips with the new Nikon D200. It’s a real cliché to say that the instant feedback is so useful. Also, the ability to change ISO was fantastic, allowing a seamless transition from high to low light situations.

In Bahrain, the light quality was variable throughout our stay with Saturday being a day better suited to black and white, with a colourless “white light”. Manama, Bahrain’s capital, is not an especially photogenic place, although it has its moments so it was interesting to work with more obscure, almost “abstract” ideas rather “scenic” shots.

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