next steps

Outake from a Portland Monthly shoot. This is Paul Rosenbaum, CEO of Rentrak. If you went to a movie in the US, he knows about it.

NEWS: So after a consultation with Leslie Burns-Dell’Acqua and a little soul searching, I’ve totally revamped my portfolio and updated my main website (

I’m stoked. The work is really a great reflection of what I do best. For a long time, I’ve been trying to be something for everyone and now I’ve sort of found my voice, my style. This blog has been great for getting me here and I appreciate everyone’s comments and feedback.

You all ROCK!

6 Responses to “next steps”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great job on the site! Style is a tricky thing. I have been using flickr a lot recently and seem to have a wide range on post-processing styles. I just can't decide! You stuff is looking awesome though! Do you do this full time?

  2. Lincoln says:

    Yep, I've been a professional photographer for about 5 years. Most of my clients have been local, but I'm now shifting my marketing efforts towards larger companies and ad agencies. I kind of have that small fish in a big pond feeling. But, I'm ready to make it happen.

  3. Dill Icious says:

    Did you use the vlassic dill spread on the lens to create that snap, pickle pop?

  4. Lincoln says:

    It's all about ACR 4.1. I barely use Photoshop anymore for color, contast, and saturation. I have my special formulas and use them for starting points. Then I push and pull it to extremes and find the look.

  5. Jeff Ambrose says:

    That trombone (I think) opening shot is just killer Lincoln. I love it. Good luck with your future endeavors.

  6. Lincoln says:

    Thanks Jeff! A lot of production went into that shot.

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