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Dedicated to helping you create great photography
When I first created Lenscraft it was to share my Landscape Photography. And whilst I enjoy taking photographs I love sharing my knowledge with others. If you want to learn how I create my images, step inside the Lenscraft website. You will find everything you need to apply the same techniques to your own work. And don’t worry if you’re not a Landscape Photographer, the same principles can be applied to any type of photography.
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Latest Work - November 2014
This is one of many interesting doorways in Bolivia. Sun faded paint. Aged and weathered fronts. Crumbling facades. At first sight all the dusty, weathered doors and walls are a little intimidating to the visitor. But look more closely and there is real beauty to be captured. It just takes a little careful processing to realise.
If you want to know more about the processing and see the starting image, you can find details in the Tutorials section. The November 2014 Image Factsheet explains the techniques and tools used to produce the finished photograph.
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Handheld Olympus OMD EM5 with Olympus 12-40mm lens.
Aperture set to f/5.6, sutter speed 1/15″ at ISO200.
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Whilst I have turned Lenscraft into a free learning resource for photographers everywhere it still remains an important part of my photography business. I still use it to display my work which I hope will give you ideas to apply in your own photography. And if you have your own website, why not sign up for free membership and ask to be added to the Members Sites section.
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