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Adobe Lightroom Tutorials for Photographers

Although Adobe Lightroom is easier to learn than Adobe Photoshop, it can 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.

Can’t find a Lightroom Tutorial?

This is easy. Use the contact form at the bottom of this page to let me know what you’re looking for. If it’s something that might help others, I will develop and publish a new tutorial. In fact, most of the Adobe Lightroom tutorials I’ve published on Lenscraft are responding to requests or questions.

Adobe Lightroom CC or Classic

Back in October 2017, Adobe launched Lightroom Classic CC. Up until this time Lightroom had always been Lightroom or Lightroom CC. But with the October 2017 launch, what had been Lightroom CC suddenly became Lightroom Classic CC. The name Lightroom CC then became a new Lightroom version of Lightroom which offers cloud-based photo management and editing. The downside is that it also works slightly differently to what you might consider to be “regular Lightroom” (Adobe Lightroom Classic CC). You can check which you have installed using the Adobe Creative Cloud application.

All the tutorials I’ve published relate to the Lightroom Classic CC version of Lightroom unless clearly stated otherwise.

Adobe Lightroom Tutorials in Date Order

Below are the Lenscraft Lightroom tutorials listed in date order. When you get to the bottom of the page, look out for the “Older entries” link to view the next page of tutorials.

How to Add an Image Border in Lightroom

How to Add an Image Border in Lightroom

In this tutorial I’ll explain how to add a border to an image using only Lightroom. You can see a ...
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Easy Ways to Level the Horizon in Lightroom

A common problem affecting all photographers at some time is the crooked or sloping horizon. In this tutorial I’ll explain ...
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How to Rotate an Image in Lightroom

In this tutorial we look at ways to rotate an image in Lightroom. There are a couple of reasons why ...
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Using Lightroom Camera Profiles in Photo Editing

Using Lightroom Camera Profiles in Photo Editing In this tutorial, we’ll be looking at Lightroom Camera Profiles. We’ll discuss what ...
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Organising Your Lightroom Presets Folder

In this tutorial, we’re going to take a close look at the Lightroom Presets Folder. You will learn about: Where ...
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What are Lightroom Presets - The Lightroom Develop module with Presets panel

What are Lightroom Presets

In this tutorial, we are going to answer the question “what are Lightroom Presets”. But we’re also going to look ...
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Soft Proofing in Lightroom

Soft Proofing is a process where you simulate using software how your photo will look when printed. You can then ...
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Lightroom Transform Guides

Fix Converging Verticals with Lightroom Transform

If you’ve ever tried to photograph a tall building you’ve probably run into problems like converging verticals. This is where ...
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Choosing a great lightroom alternative

Which Lightroom Alternative is Right for You

Which Lightroom Alternative is Right for You? Are you looking for a viable Lightroom alternative to help manage your photography? ...
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Take your Adobe Lightroom Skills to a new Level

If you want to go beyond simple tutorials, consider one of my Adobe Lightroom books. For around the same price as a photography magazine, you can get expert advice and explanations.

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