Adobe Lightroom Tutorials for Photographers

Although Adobe Lightroom is easier to learn than Adobe Photoshop, it’s still be demanding. That’s why I’ve published a series of high-quality Adobe Lightroom Tutorials, specifically written for photographers. Using this page, you’re able to browse all the Lightroom tutorials on Lenscraft in date order, based on the publishing date. I’m adding and updating these tutorials on a regular basis as Adobe release new features, so be sure to bookmark the page.

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How To Use Lightroom Profiles For Better Photos

In this tutorial, I answer two important questions: what are Lightroom Profiles, and how do I use them to create better photos? You’ll also learn where to find them and, most importantly, how to use them in your workflow ...
How To Find Missing Photos in Lightroom

How To Find Missing Photos in Lightroom

In this article, we look at how to find missing photos in Lightroom. We also look at why photos can go missing to help you avoid this problem in the future. Remember, the best way to deal with missing photos is to avoid creating the problem in the first place ...
How to Add a Light Beam to an Image in Lightroom

How to Add Light Rays in Lightroom

In this article, I’ll explain how you can add light rays to a photo using only the tools in Adobe Lightroom ...
How to Create Fine Art B&W Photography in Lightroom

How to Create Fine Art B&W Photography in Lightroom

I’m sure you will have seen many examples of fine art black and white photography in the past. The ones where the sky is black, and the buildings are in deep shadow other than for a shaft of light picking out details. If you’ve ever wondered how to create this ...
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How To Turn Day Into Night in Lightroom

In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to turn day into night using only Adobe Lightroom. This is much easier than you may at first think ...
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Three Easy Ways to Rotate an Image in Lightroom

In this tutorial, I’ll be sharing three easy ways you can use to rotate images in Lightroom Classic CC. There are a few reasons why you might want to do this: ...
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How to Create The Best Lightroom Stitch Panorama

The stitch panorama feature was introduced to Lightroom back in version 6 and was an immediate hit with users. Since then, Adobe has added further enhancements but at the same time adding more options. In this tutorial, I’ll explain the best way to stitch multiple images together using the Photo ...
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How to Blur a Background in Lightroom

I’m sure that you’ve seen photos where the background is blurred, making the subject stand out from their surroundings. In this article explains a simple method you can use in Lightroom to blur the background in a photograph ...
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How to Copyright Photos in Lightroom

In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to copyright your photos in Lightroom using a simple Metadata Preset. When you take a photograph, you as the creator automatically have the copyright (unless you are doing the work for someone else and then it comes down to your contract). The problem with ...
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My Simple Approach to Sharpening Photos for Print

In this article, I want to share my simple approach to sharpening photos for print. Actually, I have two approaches. One uses Adobe Lightroom and the other Nik Sharpener Pro from the Nik Collection. Both are extremely easy, and you can switch between them depending on your needs and software ...

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