Adobe Photoshop Tutorials for Photographers

Learning Adobe Photoshop can feel a little like you’re struggling to climb a very steep hill. You can see your destination ahead, but the climb is hard, and you sometimes find yourself slipping back. The design of Adobe Photoshop often doesn’t help much either, which is why I’ve written a series of free Adobe Photoshop tutorials for photographers.

One of the great features of Adobe Photoshop is that it provides the photographer with choice when it comes to editing Photography. In fact, it provides so much choice that it can be daunting when you need to know how to do something. As most people don’t have the time to read hundreds of pages in a thick book, it’s usually best to find Adobe Photoshop tutorials that explain what you need to know.

This page provides an access point to all the Adobe Photoshop tutorials on the Lenscraft website. The tutorials are organised by date in the grid below with the most recently published (or republished) appearing first. The grid only displays a limited number of tutorials on each page, so you may need to use the link at the bottom to look back further.

Each Adobe Photoshop tutorial describes a common task or tool that a photographer might need to use, and each tutorial is self-contained. If you can’t find the Adobe Photoshop tutorial that you need, please let me know using the email form at the bottom of the page. I created most of the Adobe Photoshop tutorials on this page in response to a request for help or advice. Please don’t struggle, get in touch and I may be able to help.

Adobe Photoshop Tutorials by Date

How to use the Photoshop Clone Stamp Tool

How to use the Photoshop Clone Stamp ToolThe Photoshop Clone Stamp Tool is one of the oldest repair tools in the Photoshop Tools Palette. Whilst Adobe has duplicated and improved many of its features in newer tools, it remains very valuable. In this tutorial, I will...

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Removing Distractions with the Photoshop Patch Tool

Removing Distractions with the Photoshop Patch Tool When you need to quickly remove a large object from a photograph, the Photoshop Patch Tool could be the solution. In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how you can use the Patch Tool. I’ll also be sharing a few tips...

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Brilliant Repairs Using the Photoshop Healing Brush

Brilliant Repairs Using the Photoshop Healing Brush The Photoshop Healing Brush tools appear easy to use at first, and they are for simple repair jobs. But what about something more complex than removing a few sensor dust spots from a clear sky. Chances are that if...

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Essential Tips Working with Layer Masks in Photoshop

Essential Tips Working with Layer Masks in Photoshop In this tutorial, I want to share my essential tips to improve your photo editing using Layer Masks in Photoshop. Working with Layer Masks in Photoshop is possible the most powerful editing technique you can use....

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Mastering the Photoshop Dodge and Burn Tools

Mastering the Photoshop Dodge and Burn Tools In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to improve your results when using the Photoshop Dodge and Burn tools. The Dodge and Burn Tools in Photoshop are extremely powerful but can also be difficult to use. This is one of the...

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Landscape Photography Photoshop Frequency Separation

Landscape Photography Photoshop Frequency Separation Possibly one of the hottest photo editing topics currently is Photoshop Frequency Separation. It’s also one of the most confusing; partly because it’s hard to understand what’s happening and partly because it sounds...

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Suggest an Adobe Photoshop Tutorial?

If you have searched the Adobe Photoshop tutorial archive on this page and still can’t find what you need, please get in touch with the email form below. I created most of the Adobe Photoshop tutorials on this page for free in response to requests for help by photographers using Lenscraft. By developing tutorials in response to popular requests it helps me publish interesting and valuable content.

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