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Whatever the weather, weather the weather Any kind of weather is suitable for picture-taking, and the worst weather may actually suit your subject best.
An overcast day is actually preferable for portraits—there are no harsh shadows under eyes, noses, and chins, and nobody has to squint. Flowers also photograph best on a cloudy day, especially pastel-colored flowers with soft textures.
Is it raining? Don't dismay. Look at how a wet street shines and reflects headlights and traffic signals. And a calm, rainy day means better reflections of the autumn leaves across the lake. Just take care that you don't soak your camera. And in dark fog or rain, remember to use +0.5 or +1.0 exposure compensation.
The weather will affect the mood of your picture. Soft, foggy light will convey a very different feeling from the one the same scene conveys on a bright sunny day.