Asked by kil roy metters — 23 Apr 2011 Answered
i know a lot has to to with geography and what you like to photograph just thought i'd throw it out there
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Regenia Brabham said:
I love spring the most. Probably because I was cooped up all winter and there is so much new life in spring.
5 years, 2 months ago
Kelly Nichols said:
If you truly love photography, I don't think the season matters...there is beauty in every season. The way the light catches the ice or snow on the trees or the frozen lake, the burst of new life in spring, the twilight in summer and the awe-inspring colors of fall. But personally, I prefer every season when it is that season...I prefer winter in winter, summer in summer, etc. I guess it just doesn't matter to me as long as I have a camera in my hand.
5 years, 1 month ago
Jill K said:
Emile Brandon said:
Dan Dumitriu said:
Every season has something unique to offer.
Spring and fall are good for nature and landscape; but my all-time favourite has to be winter. That's when city life is at its best, IMO.
Vicki Koch said:
every season in Wisconsin has something amazng to photograph - oh I see Dan Dumitriu said the same as me - I agree with him
Jason Platt said:
I know we have 4 seasons but here are 5 saisons to try..and please dont hate me for going off topic..I just like to share beer knowledge too..
Shirley Valencia said:
The season doesn't matter to me. Each season offers up fantastic unlimited shooting..... Shirley Valencia
Min Chai Liu said:
Like Kelly said.. No seasons ,It is all about enthusiasm ,hard work and talent.. of these these three , enthusiasm is most important
Pratibimb - The Reflection said:
Season does not matter to me, Each season gives new subject to shot
Michael F. OBrien said:
I loved photographing in all of the seasons when I lived in the temperate zone. For the past fourteen I have lived in the tropics. Our seasons are much for subtle, but they are different. We have all but two of the climatic zone here on Hawaai's Big Island. I can even go to the top of Mauna Kea and make beautiful images after a good snow. In fourteen years we have experienced snow up there even month except August and September, but not every year.
Jim Bennett said:
For me, its definitely spring. The temperature is inviting and there are so many things coming out to share the new sunniness, from flowers, to animals, to people. Its about fresh beginnings and bright cheery days.. :)
5 years ago
Susan Pratt said:
I like fall bestâ€¦ the color of the leaves inspires me.
4 years, 11 months ago
Steve Baker said:
All 5 - Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall and Indoors. ;-)
Daniel Forero said:
I live 5Â° above the equator so technically, we have no seasons. We have a long rainy summer that we call "invierno" (winter) because of the rains and thundershowers and a somewhat shorter winter that we call verano (summer) when the days are shorter, temperatures are mild, humidity low and the sky is bluer because of the sunÂ´s arch 23 Â° inclination. I prefer the rainy season because vegetation is lush and cloudy skies provide great color saturation and no sharp shadows
Heather Ramsey said:
I love all seasons. There are so many different things to photograph in all seasons. However, if I had to choose just one, I would have to be winter. I love the ice and the snow we get around here on all the waterfalls. It looks so majestic; almost like living on another planet.
4 years, 10 months ago
Jim Crotty said:
Fall - in both my home state of Ohio and where I currently live, on the coast on South Carolina. It's not because of the pretty colors. It's the quality of the light and the cleansing of the air. Close second is spring, followed by winter. As an outdoor nature photographer my least favorite is right now - in the "dead of summer." Hot, humid and garish light. Blah ! Help - get me to fall, soon !
Prashant Dubey said:
Its 'All Season'
One can see the best anytime! Irrespective of season.
Still if I have to choose one, I would go for Monsoon, the rainy season!
4 years, 7 months ago
Castelova Envela said:
Winter & Summer
Andrew Kelly said:
I love winter black and whites.
4 years, 6 months ago
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