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Every year when mid March turns to April, I rejoice. For that is the month that I can return my camera and all its equipment to the trunk of my car. The reason my photography hibernates from the end of October to the middle of March is that I don’t like keeping my camera equipment outside the temperate climate of my home. Constantly transferring everything from my home to my car during the winter can cause moisture to build up inside the camera. And we all know how destructive that can be.
I’m thinking about temperature now, because the heat of summer isn’t healthy for people. It probably isn’t healthy for a camera and all its equipment either. Challenging when deciding what to do about leaving your camera at easy handling. Do you leave it in your vehicle so it’s always at hand and possibly suffer a malfunction because of the extreme heat or extreme cold?
The other factor to consider is as I stated above, moving back and forth between a temperate climate to a non temperate climate, either extreme heat or extreme cold can’t be advantageous. What to do? It’s why I mostly keep my camera inside during the beginning of November to the middle of March and it’s also why I take great care to do the same during the height of summer.
What do other photographers do who live in areas that have temperature change?
In the meantime:
Focus on what's ahead of you.
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