Monthly Archives: March 2012

Up the Spiral

Busy week! I’ve got some cool blog posts in the works, but for now enjoy this twirling wonder of Parisian Architecture. This spiral staircase is located at Panthéon and leads down to the crypt that is the final resting place of many French artists, politicians, scientists, and military heros. It’s a pretty amazing place. That spiral goes...

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    Twist’s Look Book

    Here’s another shoot that I’ve been holding on to for a while now. Last summer, Portland based jewelry and craft store, Twist, hired me to shoot a lifestyle inspired look book for the landing pages of their new website redesign. Twist was drawn to my clean, natural, technical style of photography and felt I was a...

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    • Antoine Naudet06/16/2012 - 7:32 am

      Just coming back from an assignment, a bit exhausted. Working temperature was hot, and there was a little bit of pressure, as it is always when shooting real food on location. Budget was low, this was the kind of job you take “for the portfolio”. So I was quite tired, browsing the web to refresh my mind.
      But then I stumbled on your pictures. And this pushes me back on tracks ! I love your work. The mood, the colors, the style, such an inspiration ! I still have to work, but everytime I see your pictures, It’s like having a compass.ReplyCancel

      • Lincoln Barbour06/16/2012 - 8:09 am

        Thanks for the kind words Antoine. I was just coming off a two day shoot in the hot sun as well. Know the feeling.ReplyCancel

    Flight (Diptych)

    I’ve been looking at these two photos for a while now and thought I would post them separately. They are some of my favorite shots from our trip to London last fall. I  was trying to decide which one I liked better and kept flipping back and forth between the two. Then I put them side...

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      Lady in Blue Walking Through

      One thing that is nice about shooting film, (Kodak Portra 400 in this instance) is that it is what it is. With digital, especially RAW files, you have to always tweak something. Add a little contrast, desaturate the reds, add clarity, etc. etc. True, you can tweak film scans, but the basic color and tonal...

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        A Tiny House in Martha Stewart Living

        I had a hard time coming up with the right anecdote about this shoot featured in Martha Stewart Living. There are so many ways to describe it. It was the smallest house I’ve ever shot featured in the biggest magazine I’ve ever been in. It’s funny how the simplest shots take the longest time. Jessica Helgerson...

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        • Jessica Helgerson03/13/2012 - 6:36 pm

          thanks for all those kind words Lincoln. . . the feeling is definitely mutual 🙂ReplyCancel

        • Vicki03/14/2012 - 8:17 am

          Beautiful job Lincoln, and now you can dot tiny house!ReplyCancel

        • Vicki03/14/2012 - 8:18 am

          Oops, typing on an iPhone arghhh. I meant now you can do my tiny house!ReplyCancel

        • Andrew Krucko03/19/2012 - 2:45 pm

          What a beautiful spread! I especially like the photo you have chosen for your landing page. It looks like everything has been casually placed. Congratulations to you and the stylist!ReplyCancel

        • Antoine Naudet06/16/2012 - 3:50 pm

          Your pictures don’t show any distortion and all lines are clean straight. I was wondering which lenses do you generaly use for this kind of work. Is a classic zoom 16-35mm f/2.8 enough or do you resort to specific lenses like tilt-shift or ultrawide prime lens ? Regarding lens distortion, do you spend a lot of time with postprocessing in PS or whatever ? Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

        Understanding Photo Insurance

        Insurance – Liability, Shoot Insurance, and Riders/Binders “Liability refers to your basic insurance package you must have to cover loss or damage to your equipment, and to protect your personnel. Shoot insurance is a more costly type of insurance that will cover you in the event you need to reshoot a job. Riders/Binders cover the additional...

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          X Marks the Spot

          Big images are back! I’m very excited about this latest tweak to the photoblog portion of my blog. I like the 2 column sidebar layout for my normal blog posts, but for my fine art work, I really wanted to have bigger images. It took a little fancy PHP “if this {”  and “else {”...

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