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A resource for all photographers 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. Scroll down to start your journey...

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How to Blend Images using Photoshop

How to Blend Images using Photoshop One of the questions that seems to be asked quite frequently is how do I blend images using Photoshop. Typically, people have two images and want to combine them together in some way to create a new image. This article is intended... read more

Understanding Tone Mapping

Understanding Tone Mapping I was recently contacted by a Lenscraft member asking if I could explain Tone Mapping. Most importantly, they didn’t want an explanation of Tone Mapping in relation to HDR but in a more general sense. This is important as Tone Mapping is the... read more

Photographing Waterfalls

Photographing Waterfalls When I first became interested in photography, there was one thing that I wanted to take a good photograph of - a waterfall. I had seen some inspiring waterfall photographs in magazines and I longed to reproduce the same quality results. I can... read more

Advice for Better Film Scanning

Advice for Better Film Scanning Being able to successfully digitise film images using a film scanner is often seen as an art and can be very frustrating. Part of the reason for this is that people fail to appreciate and take control of all the variables involved. This... read more

The Landscape Photography Secret to Success

The Landscape Photography Secret to Success I recently posted to my Lightweight Photographer blog a short article highlighting the importance of this Landscape Photography secret. I call it a secret but actually it’s something that’s so obvious, people tend to... read more

Tripod Buyers Guide

Tripod Buyers Guide I can still recall the first tripod I purchased. The memory is so vivid because I made some fundamental mistakes and didn’t buy the best tripod for me. It cost me a lot as well as caused much frustration. I don’t want you to go through the same... read more

Recent Landscape Photography

February 2016

This is a close up of a section of an old tree trunk. The image was shot in the rain which has resulted in the colours of the wood being emphasised and saturated. Due to the close working distance, the depth of field is very limited so two images with different focus points have been taken and then blended in Helicon Focus for a greater depth of field.

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The camera used was an Olympus EM5 with an Olympus 12-40mm lens. The lens has excellent image quality and quite a close focus capability. The camera was tripod mounted due to the long exposure time (it was quite dark in the woodland) and the need to blend two images for greater depth of field.

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