Introduction"Warm" is a feeling, but it's not a black and white one. You can be warm in the spring, but you can also be warm in the winter—and those two different kinds of warm are really completely different things. In the winter, you might photograph a fire on the hearth, or a warm cup of coffee. In the spring, you find warmth in a sunbeam or in field of yellow flowers. This week I'm going to challenge you to photograph the idea of warm, but in a way that also speaks about the season.
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David Peterson is the creator of Digital Photo Secrets, and the Photography Dash and loves teaching photography to fellow photographers all around the world. You can follow him on Twitter at @dphotosecrets or on Google+.