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    The perfect temperature...

    ...for photography...
    For myself,it can't really be too cold-so long as the lens dosn't fog,the batteries don't die and my fingers don't fall off I'm good to go.Anything over say 85 F and I'm pretty much not shooting that day-not into sweating all over my equipment or constantly having to wipe my brow.Granted that means that during the hot,hot days of summer my time out is limited;day off needs to coincide with a nice day that's not super humid.Of course if I were living in an area that was pretty warm all year long I would have adapted long before now.I'd imagine though that someone doing portraits outside or street photography wouldn't want excessive amounts of heat and humidity either.Or maybe it's just me....
    "An object never performs the same function as its name or its image"-Rene Magritte

    "An image of a dog does not bite"-William James applied to photography

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    I like shooting in the winter if I have the clothes for the job. Good gloves to keep my fingers warm...

    Normally I shoot in my studio and around 25 C is ideal with models and 20 C when I am in there myself doing still life.

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    Stimulating subject matter overrides my bodies desire for comfort

    Murray



 

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