Learn Landscape Photography with Lenscraft
Dedicated to helping enthusiasts everywhere learn landscape photography and improve their skills.
My name's Robin Whalley and I’m a UK Landscape Photographer. When I first became interested in landscape photography, almost two decades ago, I was frustrated by the lack of information. I wanted to progress quickly but everyone who I thought was taking great pictures kept their secrets, well secret. That’s when I decided to study everything I could find about photography and image editing. I also made myself a promise, which was to ‘share what I learn and learn what I don’t know’. It's what's made me a better photographer.
Today, my photography has improved immensely and so too has my understanding of how to help other photographers do the same. That’s why I created Lenscraft, a free resource for enthusiast photographers everywhere. If you’re keen to learn photography and want to progress beyond the basics, you have arrived at the right site.
Everything here is free and will stay that way. There is a restricted ‘Members Area’, but guess what – yes, it’s free. If you decide to sign up, you will receive one or possibly two emails each month containing more free help. You can also unsubscribe at any time.
If you ever need help with your photography, just contact me.
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Latest Photography Videos & Tutorials
This month, I want to share how I fixed a long-term space issue on my computer. If you use photo editing software from the likes of Adobe, Topaz or On1, you probably have lots of wasted space. You also probably don’t know about this unless...read more
I have been using filters in my landscape photography for the past 15 years. They are an essential part of my equipment despite all the advances in digital photography. Yes, it’s possible to combine multiple exposures in software but there are significant...read more
Lenscraft Newsletter November 2017 Welcome to the November 2017 Lenscraft Newsletter. I mentioned at the end of the previous newsletter that I didn’t expect to be publishing in November, as my daughter is getting married. She still is but fortunately I...read more
Selecting Inkjet Paper for Photo Printing Let’s face it the cost of inkjet printing isn’t cheap. But being able to print your photos can bring pleasure and add an extra dimension to your photography. Often, it’s only when you hold the finish printing your...read more
Welcome to the October 2017 Lenscraft Newsletter. We will start with a recent image of the Trinnacle rock, near to where I live. This is a three-image stich, shot with a Sony A7R using a Canon 16-35 L lens. The image stitching was done in Lightroom. Post...read more
Lenscraft Newsletter August 2017 Welcome to the August newsletter for Lenscraft members. It’s August and the heather is out in the Peak District near to where I live. Planning the Future Traditionally, August has been a quiet month for Lenscraft, which has...read more