Monthly Archives: April 2012

Retouching the Oregon Home Cover Shot

I take a lot of pride in my Photoshop retouching skills. Mainly because I try really hard to make my shots not look like they’ve been retouched. For architectural interior shots like this cover image for Oregon Home, I often do something I call, “Dropping in the Windows.” During the shoot, I’ll take several brackets...

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  • […] For you Photoshop geeks out there, click here to see how I retouched the cover shot. […]ReplyCancel

  • Chris Terry06/08/2012 - 8:58 am

    Fast work, takes me a minute to load the photo! nice attention to detail thoughReplyCancel

  • Andrew04/05/2013 - 5:43 pm

    Excellent video Lincoln.

    Is it alright if I refer my clients to it?

    cheers

    AndrewReplyCancel

  • Brian DO12/13/2013 - 9:11 am

    Hello Lincoln,

    I am so inspired by the work you do. Do you shoot in all ambient light? Then do your layering technique on all your photos? Your lighting is always so natural. Truly amazing stuff.

    Thanks BrianReplyCancel

    • Lincoln Barbour01/06/2014 - 1:47 pm

      I start with available light and then use strobes or continuous lighting for fill. Depends on the weather 🙂ReplyCancel

Cover of GRAY Magazine #2

The newest architecture and design magazine to highlight the Pacific Northwest has certainly been generating a lot of buzz. Almost all my clients asked me about GRAY Magazine as soon as it hit their desks. And I can see why. It’s a really well designed magazine that is photo heavy with great articles. It’s also printed on...

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    Q&A About Wonderful Machine

    I’ve been a member of Wonderful Machine for several years now. A lot of great things (big and small) have happened by being on their roster. And unlike some other source sites out there, I’ve never felt like I’ve wasted money being on their site. I frequently get emailed from photographers thinking of joining up....

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    • Zack Arias04/17/2012 - 8:42 am

      I’ve been with WM for about a year and they paid for themselves on the first job. I don’t know how I’d live without them.

      Cheers,
      ZackReplyCancel

      • Frank Apollonio02/23/2016 - 7:01 pm

        Thats good to hear, you are a well known photographer to be fair. But I am about to join. I hope It starts getting me more shooting work.ReplyCancel

    • Brian Carlson01/30/2013 - 9:57 am

      Thanks for posting this. I’m doing my research on WM right now and it’s been really helpful.ReplyCancel

    • Fritz Liedtke12/29/2015 - 7:18 pm

      Thanks, Lincoln, for sharing! Super helpful as I myself am researching all these different options.ReplyCancel

    • Morgan Ione09/28/2016 - 11:50 am

      Thanks for posting this! Came across it while looking for photographer feedback on their experiences with WM.ReplyCancel

    Offscreen No. 1 Cover

    There’s a really cool independent magazine that just came out called Offscreen which focuses on the “human side of websites and apps.” For their premier issue, publisher Kai Brach contacted me about licensing a shot from Parliament’s World Headquarters in Portland, OR. It certainly seemed like a perfect fit for the spirit of the magazine and with my...

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