Category Archives: Photo Technique

The Best Time of Year to Photograph Architecture

August is rapidly coming to a close and I am super excited for September. Why? You may ask. Because we are approaching the Autumnal Equinox and that means great light… all… day… long. For the few weeks before and after September 22nd, the sun angle is right around 40˚ which is like Rembrandt lighting for...

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    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

    Architecture – Design & Spirit

    Earlier this year, I was invited by Newspace Center for Photography to teach an architectural photography workshop. I was very honored and humbled that they thought of me. I’ve done a few other classes/workshops, but this was a full day class and much more involved than what I’ve done before. The class consisted of a...

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      AIA Portland Architectural Photo Workshop

      Please join me this Sunday, October 11th for a hands on Architectural Photo Tour through the Pearl District of Portland, OR. This workshop is part of the AIA’s 2009 Architecture & Design Festival going on all of October in Portland, OR. Pro Photo Supply is donating use of Canon and Nikon cameras with wide angle...

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        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!

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        • Daniel Root09/28/2008 - 8:11 am

          Lincoln,

          Welcome to the Spaces Cover Club. Your cover shot rocked, as well as the inside stuff too. Well done.

          DanielReplyCancel

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