Lake Tahoe is about as photogenic as anything can be. Barring incorrect exposure or poor composition it’s hard to take a bad picture of Lake Tahoe. There’s never really a bad time to take a photograph of the lake, either. That said, to differentiate your photos from everyone else’s you still need to employ creative approaches to capturing dynamic shots, such as shooting in low angle lighting conditions (sunrise, sunset) in diverse weather (snowstorms, thunderstorms), from unique perspectives (top of a mountain, lake level), and during different seasons.
I try to do my best to find new ways of seeing Lake Tahoe through the lens. However, we do receive about 275 days of sunshine per year so it can be a challenge to capture imagery under other than typical days of sunshine.