Posts Tagged ‘Lincoln Barbour’

Another #cybermonday deal! Selling off my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS. Just recently cleaned and checked by Canon Factory Service. Lens is in excellent shape with no scratches on the elements. Some wear on the bottom of the barrel. Comes with free 1.4x teleconverter. Email me at info (at) lincolnbarbour.com if interested and for price.

December 01, 2014 at 03:01PM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


Having my own #cybermonday deal. Selling off my Canon 24-70mm f/2.8. Just recently fixed, clean, and checked by Canon Factory Service. Lens is in excellent shape with no scratches on the elements. Email me at info (at) lincolnbarbour.com if interested and for price.

December 01, 2014 at 02:59PM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


#iseefaces #newtruck

November 28, 2014 at 08:58PM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


Props #onset

November 14, 2014 at 11:54AM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


#tbt from one of my all time favorite shoots: Image Library project for Northwest Pipe Company #industrial #photography #heavymetal

October 23, 2014 at 03:02PM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


Waiting for TriMet. #pdx

Waiting for TriMet. #pdx via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram


October 20, 2014 at 03:12PM

@lincolnbarbour from October 20, 2014 at 03:12PM


October 17, 2014 at 10:51AM

Oh yeah, definitely feelin’ those #campvibes. @polerstuff’s tricked out SportMobile in the urban wilds of NW Portland. @lincolnbarbour from October 17, 2014 at 10:51AM


Astoria City Hall

Remember that scene in the Matrix when Neo tries to jump across the building after watching Morpheus do it? I would totally do want to do that just so I could bounce off the pavement and not die. @lincolnbarbour from Astoria City Hall


Twenty Years of Picture Making

Twenty Years of Picture Making

Today is my 36th birthday. Which means, 20 years ago I took my first black and white photography class in high school. Though I chose photography as career only 12 years ago, there’s something about the picture making process that has fascinated me since the beginning. I think what I like most about photography is […]


Interview in Popular Photography Magazine

Interview in Popular Photography Magazine

For their February 2013 issue, Popular Photography Magazine interviewed me about one of my more challenging and technical pictures from my portfolio. I always get a little nervous when when speaking about how I did something, but I’m very happy with how the article came out. Attached are the tear sheets and full text is […]


Lomo and Me

Lomo and Me

An interesting feeling happened to me while I was in Paris. It’s a little hard to describe, but I just wasn’t feeling my camera. I was enjoying being there and the first day or two I had fun shooting. But very quickly, I realized I wasn’t enjoying lugging around a body and three pro lenses […]


Starting Out as a Photographer

Starting Out as a Photographer

Around this time of year, I get a lot of emails from photo students about to graduate. I think part of their curriculum is to go out and ask photographers they like how they got their start. So, when Andrew Torres emailed me a few weeks ago, I decided to make a blog post out […]


PhotoForce Exhibition to Support Oregon Food Bank – January 21, 2010

PhotoForce Exhibition to Support Oregon Food Bank - January 21, 2010

It’s my pleasure to announce to you a new photographic collaborative that I’ve helped form entitled PhotoForce. Our mission is to be a creative force for hire as well as a creative force for doing good with our photography. The current roster of photographers includes Daniel Root, Brian Lee, Steven Scardina, Stuart Mullenberg, and myself; […]


Parliament Interiors

Parliament Interiors

Back in my early web design days, I worked in this tiny 800 square foot office with five other guys whose ages ranged from 21 to 60. Our wood laminate desks were back to back in rows, so you felt isolated even though you were two feet away. We had a white drop ceiling with […]


Glamorous Four-Square

Here’s a recent project I shot for Jessica Helgerson’s portfolio. This beautiful remodel of a turn-of-the-century Southeast Portland four-square blurs the lines between modern hip and classic bungalow. The whole house was filled with eye candy furnishings, which is always fun to photograph. I loved the bubble chandelier, the Egyptian tin shades, and the blown […]


We are Agents of the Free

I signed up for a twitter account this week and have been playing around with it. It’s fun. It feels kind of like texting yourself. Which would be good for me, because I often find or see things I want to remember and this is a great way to do it. I’ll try not to […]


Welcome to LB Photo v9.0

Welcome to my latest and greatest website. I’m really excited to show of some great new features, a new look and feel, and also a new logo! One of my favorite features is how the images are displayed. Click on the thumbnail below: Neat huh? What else is cool… at the bottom of every page […]


Fall Newsletter

Fall Newsletter

Hi Everyone, It’s been a really great year and I wanted to touch base to say thanks. I’ve been very fortunate to have shot so many wonderful projects and wanted to share some highlights. I also have some exciting personal news! First, the really big news is…. I’m getting married! This November 1st, I will […]


Behind the Scenes – Portland Spaces Cover Shoot

Behind the Scenes - Portland Spaces Cover Shoot

Finally had a moment to breath and post this! It’s been a really busy year. I’ll have more on what’s been happening soon. But first, I’d like to present my first cover feature for Portland Spaces!


Recent Work Featured on Design*Sponge

Recently, I photographed a remodeled home for my newest architectural client, Jessica Helgerson Interior Design. Jessica’s clean and modern design aesthetic was perfect for a young hip family relocating to Portland. From what she tells me, it was a pretty striking change between what the house was and what it is today. It was a […]


March/April Desirables in Portland Spaces

March/April Desirables in Portland Spaces

These are always fun to do and it’s so nice to be a regular contributer to a magazine. I have now shot three of these product features for Portland Spaces in my studio with Jen Davison and Rachel DeSchepper. This tearsheet is from the most recent issue where we focused on handmade objects by local […]


3 Full Page Spreads in April Portland Monthly

3 Full Page Spreads in April Portland Monthly

April was a great month for me in Portland Monthly. I shot three full page spreads, two for the April issue and one for the Northwest Golf annual special edition that came with the issue. Here are the tearsheets.


 

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Another #cybermonday deal! Selling off my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS. Just recently cleaned and checked by Canon Factory Service. Lens is in excellent shape with no scratches on the elements. Some wear on the bottom of the barrel. Comes with free 1.4x teleconverter. Email me at info (at) lincolnbarbour.com if interested and for price.

December 01, 2014 at 03:01PM via @lincolnbarbour on Instagram...

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