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Post Processing Landscape Photography Workflow

LENSCRAFT PHOTO EDITING TUTORIALSPost Processing Landscape Photography WorkflowRobin Whalley, Landscape Photographer27 August 2019Bamford Edge Heather Post Processing Example In this tutorial, we’re looking at post-processing landscape photography with a simple four-part workflow. But the workflow we’ll use can form the basis of any post-processing to improve a photograph. It doesn’t need to be a landscape photo. The steps in the ...
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Dramatic black & white conversions before and after

Dramatic Black & White Photography

Dramatic Black & White Conversion in Lightroom The accepted wisdom in Photography circles is that to produce a dramatic Black & White conversion you need special software or plug-ins. Lightroom has tools to create black and white conversions but you can’t achieve dramatic results. This is rubbish and you shouldn’t listen to people who tell you this. In this video, ...
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Fuji RAW file Conversion Challenge

Fuji RAW file Conversion Challenge

Fuji RAW file Conversion Challenge This challenge is issued to anyone and everyone using Lightroom as a RAW converter. I issue following my poor results when converting RAW files from my Fuji XT-1 with Lightroom and much better results using RAW Therapee. The challenge is simple: Download the Zip file below. This contains a RAW file and a JPEG image ...
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RAW file import error message in Lightroom

Lightroom Doesn’t Support My Camera

Lightroom Doesn’t Support My Camera Have you ever had that sinking feeling of disappointment, when you buy a new camera and then realise Lightroom won’t support it? I recall once buying a Sony NEX5 almost as soon as it launched. I was so excited to find out how good the image quality was, but then when I tried to open ...
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How to Level the Horizon in Lightroom

How to Level the Horizon in Lightroom If you have ever taken a Landscape Photograph then it’s quite possible that you have suffered from the common problem of not having your horizon level or your verticals vertical. This is an especially common problem when you are shooting handheld. The photo below is a typical example of this problem. Notice how ...
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How to simulate film grain using Photoshops camera RAW filter

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop Camera Raw

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop’s Camera RAW Filter In this tutorial we’re going to look at how you can simulate film grain using the Camera RAW filter in Photoshop. I’ve also produced a separate tutorial explaining an alternative approach to adding film grain in Photoshop using Layers. This is another approach you might like to consider which is a little ...
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Correcting Converging Verticals in Lightroom

Correcting Converging Verticals in Lightroom Converging verticals is the effect you see where the sides of tall buildings appear to converge inwards. This then gives the building the appearance that it is leaning backwards. You can see an example in the image below. In another article, I explain the cause of this problem and how to correct the problem in ...
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Before and after comparison

Create a Holga Effect in Lightroom

How to Create a Holga Effect in Lightroom Last night I was busy transferring a tutorial from my old Lenscraft site to this one. The tutorial in question explained how to create a Holga Effect using Photoshop and was written in 2007 (I can't believe it was so long ago). Given many photographers now prefer Lightroom to Photoshop I thought ...
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Overview of the Lightroom Develop Module

Overview of the Lightroom Develop Module

Introduction to the Lightroom Develop Module The Develop module in Lightroom, as the name suggests is where you “develop” your images. Whilst it’s quite common to think of this module being used to develop RAW files into images, it can also be used to make adjustments to images already in picture formats such as TIFF and JPG. Whilst I will ...
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Creative Colour and White Balance

Creative Colour and White Balance

Digital Camera Colour and White Balance Before discussing options for the control of White Balance let’s consider why this so important to photographers. The first to recognise is that all light has a colour depending on its wavelength. This is true of both artificial and natural light. We are recognise this as it gives rise to colour, however light also ...
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