As we unwrapped the new Photofocus.com this week, we saw a lot of great content to get your summer photography going!

We started the week off with Erin Holmstead discussing about how her dream client quickly became a nightmare, while Michele Grenier showed us how to take a beach volleyball portrait to the next level. Julie Powell then discussed photographing neutrals and minimal palettes in still life photography, and Vanelli discussed the benefits for photographers with TSA PreCheck.

Finally, we capped the week off with a piece by Chris Anson showing how to consolidate four external drives into a Drobo 5C, and Bob Coates showing some great firework composite techniques in post-processing. We hope you had a great week!

That time my dream client quickly became my worst nightmare - I used to think that a certain local boutique was my ideal client, so the day they posted on Instagram that they were looking for
Vision vs. reality: Artistic liberties in an action portrait - OK, you know what? I’ve kept this secret for too long. This pic does not entirely reflect the reality of the moment it was made.
Photographing neutrals and minimal palettes in still life photography - Working with white on white, on white… This week we are going to look at shooting with minimal color palettes and finding one beautiful ‘white’
Photographers should get TSA PreCheck - I’m writing this article while waiting at the gate for my delayed flight in Phoenix heading to Orlando. My friend Richie and I just finished
Consolidating four external backup hard drives into one Drobo 5C - In this review, I’m going to share with you my experience in taking 4 external backup drives, removing them from their housings and putting them
You photographed fireworks – now what? - We all love to get out to try and capture the spectacle of fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday. Sometimes we do better than