All Photography Tutorials & Articles

This page is a complete list of all the tutorials and articles on the Lenscraft website. These are presented in date order below, with the most recently published at the top. At the bottom of the list, you will find a page navigator – be sure to use this as there are a lot of tutorials.

If you’re looking for a  specific topic, try the dropdown list, above the tutorial list. This will filter the list so that only that only tutorials and articles relating to a topic are displayed.

You can also use the search feature in the menu at the top of the page buy clicking the magnifying glass icon. Then enter a few words about what you’re searching for, and press enter on your keyboard.

Have fun and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact me.

Fix Converging Verticals With DxO ViewPoint 4

Fix Converging Verticals With DxO ViewPoint 4

In this article, I'll explain how to fix converging verticals using DxO ViewPoint 4. It is, of course, possible to avoid converging verticals when you capture your photo. If you'd like to know more about how to do this, see my other tutorial on the subject ...
How To Avoid Converging Verticals

How To Avoid Converging Verticals

Converging verticals is the name given to a perspective effect seen in photography. It's commonly associated with using a wide-angle lens. Because of this, some people mistakenly call it wide-angle distortion, but that's incorrect. You can see converging verticals with any lens under the right conditions. It's just that wide-angle ...
How Big Can You Enlarge iPhone Photos?

How Big Can You Enlarge iPhone Photos

I recently wrote an article about how to enlarge iPhone photos. In it, I used the excellent Topaz Photo AI software to correct quality problems and make a two-times enlargement. But that got me thinking: how big can I enlarge my iPhone photos? ...
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How To Enlarge iPhone Photos

This article explains how I created a print-quality enlargement from my iPhone image using Topaz Photo AI ...
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Announcing The Dark Image System For Lightroom

The Dark Image System for Lightroom is a new approach to producing excellent landscape photography. It's counter intuitive but easy to learn and apply. Register your interest here ...
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Why You need to Use a Polarising Filter

In this article, we will look at the humble polarising filter. We also explore why you might want to use a polarising filter for landscape photography, the benefits, and some problems you might want to avoid. If you’ve ignored the polarising filter in your camera bag, I would encourage you ...
How To Add A Shadow in Photoshop

How To Add A Shadow in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will explain how to add a shadow in Photoshop. Using Photoshop, it’s possible to add a shadow in many ways. A common approach is to add a shadow behind an object as if there is a light above it. Alternatively, you can place the shadow in ...
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How To Add A Drop Shadow To Text In Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will share an easy way to add a shadow to text in Photoshop. We will do this using the Photoshop Layer Styles. Although we are adding a shadow to text, you can use the same technique to add a shadow to anything on a layer ...
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Olympus EM5 Mk3 High-Resolution Mode Problem

Recently, I purchased a used EM5 Mk3 Micro Four Thirds camera. Although I already own and use a Panasonic G9, I prefer the colour rendering of the Olympus EM5 and the tiny body. It’s around half the size and weight of the Panasonic G9, making it an ideal travel camera ...
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Focus Stacking In Affinity Photo

Focus stacking is a photographic technique combining multiple images into a single photo. It’s used when a single image can’t capture sufficient depth of field and so doesn’t appear sharp throughout the frame. In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to use Affinity Photo’s Photo Merge feature to automate focus stacking ...

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