Monthly Archives: June 2007

cropped

I’m going to post the uncropped version tomorrow. I wish I had shot it this close. It would have been killer to see all that detail. Next time…

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    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 (www.lincolnbarbour.com). I’m stoked. The work is...

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    • Anonymous06/08/2007 - 7:21 am

      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?ReplyCancel

    • Lincoln06/08/2007 - 11:28 am

      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.ReplyCancel

    • Dill Icious06/08/2007 - 11:30 am

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

    • Lincoln06/08/2007 - 12:04 pm

      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.ReplyCancel

    • Jeff Ambrose06/08/2007 - 12:37 pm

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

    • Lincoln06/08/2007 - 2:45 pm

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

    doin' the dew

    Back in the day, I drank me some Mountain Dew, boy. I remember during senior year, I bought a 12 pack and stayed up all night finishing my English final term paper. I drank so much, that the next day I had the shakes all day. It was the worst hang-over ever.

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    • Brad06/07/2007 - 7:37 am

      Oh man I love Mt.Dew .. Code Red even more so. And if you really want the shakes try Mt Dew AMP…. or cocaine. They both have the same effect.ReplyCancel

    • Florian06/07/2007 - 7:51 am

      wonderful picture. great colours and sharpness. wonderful job!ReplyCancel

    • Eddie06/07/2007 - 6:20 pm

      I drink a 20 oz Diet Dew every day. Michelle calls it "Diet Toxic".ReplyCancel

    bee and iris

    There’s a huge missing bee crisis in the US. It’s a pretty serious problem. Read this article in the NY Times. I was really happy to see some in our yard last weekend. I was also proud of nailing this shot manual focus at f/1.4.

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    • Lauren06/06/2007 - 9:08 am

      This is one of my favorites yet! It's well balanced and the shallow depth of field draws your attention right to the subject. I know that this must of been a tough shot to get and you did it. Good job!ReplyCancel

    my appetite

    I guess I was a little hungry. Hey, I ran in the morning and road my bike to and from work. I think I earned it.

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    • laanba06/04/2007 - 6:49 am

      Now this is the mark of a great photographer. Making an empty plate with crumbs and sauce look appealing. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Jeff Ambrose06/04/2007 - 2:29 pm

      Ha nice job on the before and after.ReplyCancel

    • Munny06/06/2007 - 10:10 pm

      Nice work Cupcake!ReplyCancel

    my dinner

    What?!?! There’s salad… and it’s chicken sausage. Totally healthy. What makes this an extra tasty meal is the strip of Sriracha Hot Sauce on the top. Try it. It’s sooooo good.

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      my sausage

      Whenever Lauren isn’t around, it Man Meal Time at the Kelly House. Sausage is always a first choice and with the weather so fine, my mouth was watering just thinking about grilling out.

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      • Paul06/02/2007 - 1:12 pm

        That is one fine grill. Sometimes I sneak over at night and do up some steaks…ReplyCancel

      • Jeff Ambrose06/03/2007 - 7:07 pm

        Ah man I'm getting hungry just looking at this.ReplyCancel

      • Lynn06/05/2007 - 3:14 pm

        Kinda looks like "prison dogs".ReplyCancel

      versus

      Since moving to Oregon from Virginia, I’ve become a wimp to hot weather. It’s only 85°F today, but it feels totally brutal in our office. The LCD on my Vantec hotswap hard drives reads 106.5°F. Maybe I should call it a day and save the processing for another day.

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      • Darkness06/01/2007 - 4:19 am

        That's a great perspective, love the colors and composition! Well done!
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      • Paul06/01/2007 - 2:42 pm

        That is a hot shot. One of my favorites!
        I hearby give you leave to retire from work and go soak in some AC.ReplyCancel

      • Lincoln06/01/2007 - 5:38 pm

        Thanks, but I think I just kick back a few cold ones instead.ReplyCancel

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