Lenscraft Photography

Photo Editing for Photographers

Helping photographers everywhere improve their work.

“To help 1 million photographers improve their photo editing”

Better Photo Editing Skills For All

It may sound like an overly ambitious goal but this is what I want to achieve. After all, there’s no point trying to make a change if no one notices.

But why do I want to help so many photographers with their photo editing?

Read My Story and you’ll find out more.

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Lenscraft Photography Tutorials

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read this far. Here on Lenscraft, you will find a lot of Tutorials to improve your photo editing skills and photography, much of it for free. If you’re wondering why, it’s my way of giving back to the photography community.

Here are a few of my latest tutorials to help you learn photo editing, You can find hundreds more on the Tutorials page.

Example of iPhone Photography from iPhone 15 Pro RAW capture

iPhone Photography Update, May 2024

A little over a year ago, I became interested in iPhone photography. This wasn’t an attempt to dump my camera but to supplement it using my iPhone. I was also interested in experimenting with the photos taken on my iPhone to understand its capabilities and limitations ...
Landscape image showing the potential of wet weather photography to produce dramatic light

Try Wet Weather Photography for Dramatic Light

In this article, I hope to encourage you to try wet weather photography, particularly landscape photography. That’s because wet weather conditions can lead to some of the most dramatic and amazing light for photography ...
The Foundations of a Colour Managed Workflow for Photography Webinar

Colour Managed Workflow Foundations for Digital Photography

On March 26, 2024, I delivered a presentation explaining the foundations of a photographic colour managed workflow. This was the first of two webinars for Datacolor and DxO. The intention was to support photographers in understanding the most important aspects of colour management related to printing digital photography ...
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RAW vs JPEG – Which Should I Use?

RAW vs. JPEG. Which is best, and which should I use? This question has seen a long-running debate among photographers since the digital camera first entered the consumer arena. In this article, I discuss the advantages and disadvantages in detail, allowing you to decide for yourself which to use and ...
Comparing where to focus in a landscape photo with where to focus in a portrait

Where to Focus When Taking a Photograph

A question often asked is, “Where should I focus when taking a photograph?”. It appears this causes a lot of confusion, possibly because it's intrinsically linked with depth of field. In this article, I want to explore the question of where to focus when you’re taking a photograph ...
Comparing the three dimensional effect of image sharpening with the Nik Collection

My New Approach to Image Sharpening Software in 2024

When it comes to image sharpening, a lot has changed in recent years. Possibly one of the most significant is the use of AI sharpening tools but this could be causing us to miss something very important ...
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Lenscraft Photography Books

Unfortunately, I can’t give away everything because it costs money (quite a bit) to provide these resources.

To help fund Lenscraft and pay for my time, I publish books which you can find in my Shop. What sets these apart from many other books is their value and my direct approach. I don’t pad out my material with worthless filler and I charge a fair price for a quality product.

Take a look. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

Oh yes!

Don’t forget to join my newsletter below to take advantage of my free book offer.

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Book Offer

 

Get your copy of "6 Steps to Shooting Brilliant Landscape Photography"  by subscribing to Lenscraft in Focus, my free monthly newsletter.

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.

 

How to Get Your Book

  • Enter your details using the form on the right. I will then send you an email to confirm you’ve entered your email correctly.
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  • After that, I’ll send you a link to download your free book (PDF, ePub and Kindle formats. The email might also include discounts for my other courses and books so be sure to read it carefully.

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