Welcome to Lenscraft

A resource for all photographers

When I first created Lenscraft it was to share my Landscape Photography. And whilst I enjoy taking photographs I love sharing my knowledge with others. If you want to learn how I create my images, step inside the Lenscraft website. You will find everything you need to apply the same techniques to your own work. And don't worry if you're not a Landscape Photographer, the same principles can be applied to any type of photography.

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Latest Photography Tutorials



What are Lightroom Presets

Lightroom presets are a core part of many photographers workflow but many others don’t understand what Presets are or how they could benefit from using them. This article answers the question what are Lightroom presets and explains how you can use them. Just what are...

Recent Landscape Photography


Wells Cathedral Chapter House
June 2015

This is the remarkable Chapter House inside Wells Cathedral.

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The image was shot using an Olympus OMD EM5 with an Olympus 9-18 wide angle lens. The lens was set to 9mm for maximum coverage of the room. The ISO was set to ISO 200 as the room was sufficiently light to allow a reasonable shutter speed of 1/30”. An aperture of f/5.0 was used and the point of focus was set to the pillar in the centre of the room. This provided sufficient depth of field to ensure the entire image was in sharp focus.




The image was shot in RAW format and then converted to TIFF using Lightroom. It was then taken into Photoshop for further processing using Nik filters. The Nik tolls used were Color Efex Pro and Viveza.

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View my Landscape Photography

Whilst I have turned Lenscraft into a free learning resource for photographers everywhere it remains an important part of my business. I still use it to display my work which I hope will give you ideas to apply in your own landscape photography. And if you have your own website, why not sign up for free membership and ask to be added to the Members Sites section.

Clapham, North Yorkshire

Colour Gallery

View my work in the colour gallery for vibrant images

Ulswater winter sunrise

Latest Work


From time to time I publish a new image and share details about how it was captured

Monochrome Gallery


Visit my Monochrome Gallery to experience the moods of the landscape

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