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Lenscraft Photography

by Robin Whalley

Developing Your Photography


Learn how I created this image, step by step.

Good Photo Editing Shouldn’t be a Secret

If you want to improve your landscape photography fast, I may be able to help. My aim is to help people at all levels improve their photography by mastering their camera and photo editing software. Best of all, my Lenscraft tutorials are free to everyone.

Take this before and after image as an example. If you want to see the steps in the transformation, I’ve created a helpful tutorial demonstrating the process.

Photo Transformation

See this photo transformation, step by step.

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Follow the advice in this deceptively simple book to significantly improve your landscape photography. Organised into 6 simple lessons, this valuable and detailed guide provides information that’s often overlooked. In fact, lesson 3 is so obvious that most photographers ignore it completely.

If you want to improve your Landscape Photography fast, follow this book.

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Lenscraft Photo Editing Tutorials

Back in the pre-digital days of photography, becoming a great photographer was all about skill with the camera, creative vision, composition and timing. Today, the game of photography is significantly different. The skills and experience that once made your photos special are still important, but there’s now something else you need to master. Digital photo editing. You may be able to capture wonderful shots, but if you don’t know how to edit them, your photography will never be the best.

What the experts don’t want you to know is that you don’t need to work through long, expensive books and courses to achieve great results. By concentrating on the most important elements of the photo editing you can quickly learn to transform your work. You just need to understand the steps and a few concepts.

Don’t think you can learn how to edit photos? Think again. Many photo editing books have lots of content but don’t teach you anything. They explain everything but leave you confused because they tell you too much. It’s like asking someone for directions where someone explains every landmark. You don’t need this much information; you just need the high-level turns that get you to your destination.

If you’ve read this far, you may be wondering if there’s a cost attached to all this. The answer is no. Every tutorial on Lenscraft is free. I believe money shouldn’t prevent you from improving your photography and photo editing skills. The only things I sell are my books and courses, which incidentally cost a fraction of what most others charge. There’s no pressure to buy anything on Lenscraft, just enjoy the tutorials. If you like what you’ve seen and want to develop further, visit my shop.

Enjoy the site.

Robin Whalley

Landscape Photographer & Author

Latest Tutorials on Lenscraft

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Make Organising Photos Easy on Your PC or Mac

Make Organising Photos Easy on Your PC or Mac In this tutorial I want to help you with the task of organising your photos. This can seem like an uphill challenge as we are all taking many more photos than ever before. It’s also a problem that creeps up on you. Initially you don’t think there’s a problem but then ...
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How to Add an Image Border in Lightroom

How to Add an Image Border in Lightroom In this tutorial I’ll explain how to add a border to an image using only Lightroom. You can see a few examples of images where I’ve added borders below. Here you can see example images with different borders I added in Lightroom. Whilst there’s the standard black or white border, you can ...
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Easy Ways to Level the Horizon in Lightroom

Easy Ways to Level the Horizon in Lightroom A common problem affecting all photographers at some time is the crooked or sloping horizon. In this tutorial I’ll explain how you can easily fix and level a sloping horizon in Lightroom. But if you only need to rotate an image through 90 or 180 degrees, see my tutorial explaining how to ...
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How to Rotate an Image in Lightroom

How to Rotate an Image in Lightroom In this tutorial we look at ways to rotate an image in Lightroom. There are a couple of reasons why you might need to do this: Because Lightroom imported your image with the wrong orientation. This usually needs the image rotating by 90 degrees. Because you didn’t have the camera level when taking ...
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How to Crop an Image in Affinity Photo

How to Crop an Image in Affinity Photo In this tutorial we’re looking at how to crop an image in Affinity Photo. To do this we’ll use the Crop Tool in the Photo Persona. As well as explaining how you can apply a crop, we’ll cover some of the many other useful options to control the cropping. Quick steps to ...
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Using Lightroom Camera Profiles in Photo Editing

Using Lightroom Camera Profiles in Photo Editing In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at Lightroom Camera Profiles. We’ll discuss what they are, where to find them, and most importantly how to use them in your workflow. What are Camera Profiles The Camera Profiles or Camera Colour Profiles as they are also known, control the translation of RAW files into images ...
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