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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Using the Lightroom Print to JPEGFeature

In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how to use the Lightroom Print to JPEG feature in the Print Module ...
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Image Sharpening with Lightroom

Image Sharpening with Lightroom

In this tutorial, we look at how to sharpen photos in Lightroom. But before we examine the sharpening controls Lightroom ...
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How to Print from Lightroom

How to Print from Lightroom In this tutorial we look at how to print from Lightroom. Printing can be frustrating ...
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How to Edit Photos in Lightroom

How to Edit Photos in Lightroom In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to edit photos in Lightroom. Lightroom was designed ...
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How to Create a Panorama in Lightroom

It was back in Lightroom 6 that Adobe released the new Photo Merge feature. Since then, there have been further ...
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Organising Your Photos Using Lightroom Smart Collections

Organising Your Photos Using Lightroom Smart Collections In this tutorial I want to explain how to use the power of ...
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If you want to go beyond simple tutorials, get one of my Adobe Lightroom books. For around the same price as a photography magazine, you can get expert advice and explanations.

Written for photographers by a photographer.

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