Monthly Archives: July 2008

in the red

Man it’s been busy around here. I just shot part of a feature story for Portland Spaces today. It’s a really cool piece and I’ll have some behind the scenes stuff when the issue comes out. In the meantime, enjoy these pretty flowers.

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    Raw Family for Natural Health

    My assistant Dan and I traveled to Ashland, OR to photograph this assignment for the July issue of Natural Health. The Boutenkos (or Raw Family as they are more commonly known) live a pure raw food diet and were super cool! They made us feel really welcome in their home and gave us some cool...

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      May/June Desirables in Portland Spaces

      I had a lot of fun shooting this one with Jen Davison and Rachel DeSchepper for Portland Spaces. The shot’s really about the product, but there’s so much life in Joanna’s face that it really makes it something special. I also love the bold color tones all complimenting each other. Fun stuff!

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        saint

        This is underbelly of the tres-gothic St. Johns Bridge in Portland shot from Cathedral Park. Designed by David Bernard Steinman, I always thought this bridge and the Golden Gate were designed by the same person because the two are so similar. I guess it was just a trend (both were built in the 30s). The...

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        • schmee07/14/2008 - 9:04 am

          i was going to change mine to "a whenever the fuck i feel like it photoblog" but it's way too longReplyCancel

        • Quinn07/14/2008 - 9:30 pm

          I like this shot a lot.ReplyCancel

        reach

        I love shooting gardens.

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        tagged

        I’m on the hunt for a new point & shoot (my camera phone can only do so much). I can’t decide between the Canon G9 and the Sigma DP-1. Anyone know of a shoot off between the two?

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        • Ed07/07/2008 - 7:53 pm

          Here's a Sigma DP-1 review that does some comparison with the G9 that I happened to be reading the other day. http://www.luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/sigma-dp1.shtmlReplyCancel

        • schmee07/08/2008 - 6:24 am

          i've used the g9 and it's surprisingly good especially since you can use your existing canon strobesReplyCancel

        • JVL07/08/2008 - 6:26 am

          Scmee's right about that hot-shoe – plus Chromasia's been posting some great stuff using the G9 – I've heard nothing but good about it. Whereas Ihave read some bad reviews on the DP-1 (I think it's more expensive too no?).ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln07/08/2008 - 12:13 pm

          Thanks everybody! It's like a family reunion on this post!

          I just got word I will be getting my Economic Stimulus check. Canon G9 here I come!ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln07/08/2008 - 12:18 pm

          Or maybe I'll just wait till Canon comes out with an APS-C size G series.ReplyCancel

        • schmee07/08/2008 - 2:03 pm

          i wouldn't count on it. the form factor probably prohibits the ability to put an APS-C in there. plus they'd be directly competing with what's already their bottom dSLR.

          noise handling isn't that bad even though it's a lot of pixels for a small sensor. give it a go in the store and i think you'll be surprised at the qualityReplyCancel

        • Ryan Larkin08/28/2008 - 6:51 pm

          I've got a G9 and I love it. Quality is best I've seen for a point and shoot. Raw format is great! I think it's the closest you can get to DSLR quality in a point and shootReplyCancel

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