New Lenscraft Tutorials


Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, ISO800, f/5.6, 1/20". Processed in Photoshop with Nik Silver Efex Pro. The window light is totally false.
Wells Cathedral, Olympus EM5, ISO800, f/5.6, 1/20″. Processed in Photoshop with Nik Silver Efex Pro. The window light is totally false.

I have been hard at work over the past month developing further tutorials for my Lenscraft website. All are free in the hope they will help photographers everywhere (as well as promote the Lenscraft website). If you find these helpful please pass on the link to others:

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop Layers

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop Camera Raw

Understanding HDR Photography

Photo Sharpening Tips You Need to Know

What is Depth of Field

Sharpening with the Photoshop Unsharp Mask

What is Creative Camera Control

Correcting Converging Verticals in Lightroom

Organizing Lightroom Presets

The Best ISO Setting

What is an F-Stop?

How to Install Lightroom Presets

Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

How to use Photoshop Actions

Add an Image Border in Lightroom

Preparing an Image for Flickr

You can find all these tutorials and more in the Resource Hub section of Lenscraft (www.lenscraft.co.uk).

I’m also really keen to provide tutorials about subjects that people want to read about so if you have any ideas or thoughts please email me at robin@lenscraft.co.uk.

6 thoughts on “New Lenscraft Tutorials

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  1. Hi, a while back I subscribed to your Lenscraft website setting up a password etc but have never been able to log in.
    Should I re do process or can I re sett password using my email.
    Regards Craig

  2. I am more than happy to have tutorials instead of a newsletter, we really keep up to date with your doings via the blog anyway, but now I understand why you have been so busy and quiet lately !

    Im checking out the Sharpening and PS Actions tutorials soon.

    I would love to see some more detailed information on the differences between the Patch and Content Aware tool and how and why to use them.

    Also some information on how to do good clean selections on parts of images that arent necessarily easy to select – like fur and hair and trees/plants stuff like that.

  3. Thanks, Robin! I’m enjoying the new set of tutorial articles. regards P. Shepard ***************************************************

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