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So I really want to photograph my instruments but I'm iffy on whether I should take them outside and do so. Right now it is very cold (36 degrees with 40% humidity) and I'm probably not going to be taking pictures today since I just checked the temperature; but I would still like to know what temperature/humidity would be best to take pictures in, what precautions to take while doing so, and basically anything I would have to know to keep my instruments safe from harm.