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Hunter Douglas Beauty Books

I recently added a new Featured Work Gallery for two shoots I did for Hunter Douglas’s Luminette and Nantucket product lines. The photos we created for these shoots were used in their dealer sample books, website, social media, marketing materials, you name it! Both shoots were HUGE productions. Unlike other architectural product shoots where the...

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    New Work for Prometheus Real Estate Group

    For the past two years, I’ve been flying out to sunny Silicon Valley to shoot architectural lifestyle for a truly great client: Prometheus Real Estate Group. The luxury apartment brand has a huge presence in the Bay Area as well as a growing number of properties in Portland and Seattle. I’ve shot ten properties for them...

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      Play by Play of a Full Day Interior Design Photo Shoot

      Saul Zaik is well known architect that’s famous for his Pacific Northwest take on mid-century modern design. He’s been practicing architecture since 1952 and I was lucky enough to photograph a Jessica Helgerson Interior Design remodel of one of his houses in the West Hills of Portland, OR. For a different take on my typical blog post, I...

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      • Virginia Hamrick02/06/2016 - 8:00 am

        Very nice. Thanks for sharing this Lincoln.ReplyCancel

      • BHJ van Rees02/09/2016 - 3:59 pm

        Beatiful house and photos! (And a nice Porsche 911!!:) ) But I have one question, do you know what kind of lamp is hanging on the wall in the family room? And maby which brand its from. I saw the same lamp in a cafe some time ago.
        Thanks.ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour02/12/2016 - 9:14 pm

          Thanks, not sure of the lamp. It’s hard to keep up with those kinds of details when you’re just shooting for one day.ReplyCancel

      • Steve D02/12/2016 - 9:08 pm

        Love. Love. Love.
        As always I’m just a fanboy loving your work.

        Would enjoy seeing more of your process in post with compositing vs hdr. As a real estate photog primarily I don’t get the leeway of more than maybe 90 minutes on site. With that, not looking for an easier process but one that I can get better results in the limited shooting time. Plus, hdr is so hit and miss with the color variations in rooms.

        Cheers! Look forward to more.ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour02/12/2016 - 9:11 pm

          Thanks for the great idea. I’ll try that out the next time I process a job and blog the results.ReplyCancel

      • BHJ van Rees02/13/2016 - 6:51 am

        Okay, I can understand. But thanks for the reply anyway.ReplyCancel

      New Work: Rejuvenation

      Up until my recent move back to Virginia, I had been doing catalog shoots for Rejuvenation (parent company: Williams-Sonoma) for almost 2 years. In addition to their catalog, the shots were also used on their website and marketing materials. It was a lot fun creating these images and working with a big crew to pull off some...

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        Victorian Kitchen

        Happy Thanksgiving Eve Everyone! I finally have a breather after what’s been an incredibly busy fall. It’s been too long since my last blog bust, but it feels good to be back. I have a major backlog of work to share, so subscribe to my RSS to get the latest and greatest. I figured since...

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        Corazón Shoot Featured on DesignSponge

        A recent restaurant project I photographed for Jessica Helgerson Interior Design was featured on DesignSponge today. Nice little write up, too. To see the full gallery, visit my archive site.

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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

          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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            Getting it Done with The Works

            It’s been pretty busy summer here at LB Photo. Some great editorial work is coming out soon, but in the meantime I thought I’d recap some recent commercial work. The Works is an amazing contractor and remodeler based in Portland, OR. They’ve been responsible for making some of the wonderful glamourous interiors designed by Jessica...

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