+44 (0)7969 207207 [email protected]

Photography and Photo Editing Tutorials

Photography can be a complex undertaking if you want to produce quality images. And with a large and growing range of software on the market, it’s becoming increasingly complex. That’s where the Lenscraft website can help, by providing quality photography tutorials for those wanting to develop their photography skills.

Below you will find all the photography tutorials I have written, arranged in date order. I’ve developed these to help aspiring and experienced photographers improve their digital photography skills fast. I’ve also been careful not to assume prior knowledge and each tutorial is self-contained.

FREE Book Offer

Get your FREE copy of "6 Steps to Shooting Brilliant Landscape Photography"  by subscribing to my 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.

Subscribe Here

  • Enter your details using the form on the right. I will then send you an initial email to confirm you’ve entered your email correctly.
  • Follow the instruction in my email to confirm your subscription.
  • After confirming your subscription I’ll send you a discount code to purchase my book for free. You’ll then be able to download it in your chosen format.

My Promise to You: I will never share or SPAM your email.

Photography Tutorial Topics

If you don’t want to spend time browsing through all the photography tutorials on Lenscraft, try the search feature. Click the magnifying glass to the right of the menu and enter the term you want to search for. Alternatively, why not visit one of the tutorial topic pages. You can choose from Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Affinity Photo and the Nik Collection.

All Photography Tutorials

Below you can browse through the varied Lenscraft Photography & Photo Editing Tutorials.

All tutorials are listed in published date order.

landscape photo editing workflow Part 4 Special Effects in Photoshop

Post Processing Landscape Photography Workflow

In this tutorial, we’re looking at post-processing landscape photography with a simple four-part workflow. But the workflow we’ll use can ...
Read More
Affinity Tutorials Personas main image

Affinity Photo Personas Explained

Are you confused by the Affinity Photo Personas? If you are, you’re not alone. In this tutorial we’re going to ...
Read More
Capture One soft proofing and print.

Capture One Soft Proofing

In this tutorial, we’re looking at Capture One Soft Proofing. We’ll discuss what Soft Proofing is before looking at how ...
Read More
RAW format photography for maximum image quality article main image

Use RAW Format Photography and a Great RAW Converters for Maximum Quality

If you think you understand RAW Format Photography, this tutorial may hold a few surprises for you. It’s not that ...
Read More
Affinity Photo High pass sharpening main image

Affinity Photo High Pass Sharpening

The High Pass filter in Affinity Photo appears to cause confusion. That’s a shame as it’s a very effective and ...
Read More
How to Remove Lens Flare in Photoshop

Stop Lens Flare Ruining Your Photos

In this tutorial, we’re going to look at removing lens flare in Photoshop, but you don’t have to use Photoshop ...
Read More
Using the Affinity Photo Unsharp Mask Filter

Affinity Photo Unsharp Mask Filter

In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how to sharpen a photo with the Unsharp Mask filter in Affinity Photo ...
Read More
mastering photoshop smart sharpen title Image

Mastering the Photoshop Smart Sharpen Filter

In this article we look at mastering the Photoshop Smart Sharpen filter, answering questions like: Why use the Smart Sharpen ...
Read More
Making Sense of the Photoshop Image Sharpening Options

Photoshop Image Sharpening Options

There are lots of ways to sharpen an image in Photoshop. You’ll find some in the Filter menu but there ...
Read More

Pin It on Pinterest

Tutorials