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Le Buci – Paris, France

The last few years have been all about work, getting more work, and shooting lots of work. Which is great and I can’t begin to say how grateful I am to have great clients that hire me all the time. But lately, I’ve had a feeling that something is missing in my career. It’s like...

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    Twenty Years of Picture Making

    Today is my 36th birthday. Which means, 20 years ago I took my first black and white photography class in high school. Though I chose photography as career only 12 years ago, there’s something about the picture making process that has fascinated me since the beginning. I think what I like most about photography is...

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    • Tonya Love05/15/2013 - 8:01 pm

      Wishing you a very Happy Birthday! You have grown so much since I first met you in Vermont! The second picture makes it much easier to see your own father in you. Hoping you have a great day!ReplyCancel

    • Stuart Gunter05/15/2013 - 8:06 pm

      Man. That is awesome. Here’s to the next 20. Happy birthday. –SGReplyCancel

    • KW05/15/2013 - 11:14 pm

      Happy birthday LB! Great post and its pretty awesome that the 16y/o you took that pic. Here’s to to all the future rockin’!ReplyCancel

    • Antoine Naudet05/16/2013 - 4:48 am

      Happy birthday+1, Lincoln. Wish you a lot of fun and happiness with your family for the next 20 years.ReplyCancel

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    Iconic Photos of Portland for the Nike Community Store

    [portfolio_slideshow] Special slideshow post! Click on the photo to advance. About a month ago, I was commissioned by Instrument to shoot stills alongside a film production crew on a project highlighting the remodel of the Nike Community Store on Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Portland, OR. But this project wasn’t just another commercial gig. There’s a great story...

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      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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        The Curved Staircase #1 & #2

        We took the Metro to the Louvre, so I didn’t see this entrance staircase until I was leaving. It’s really a pretty incredible feat of engineering. The spiral staircase floats around a column that doubles as an elevator and connects the outside courtyard to the belly of the museum. Definitely go in this way if...

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          Looking Through the Pyramid

          I finally got to visit the Louvre on our most recent trip to Paris. The museum is huge and holds an incredible collection of art, I barely scratched the surface of what’s there. I did get to see some of the famous works including the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Winged Victory of Samothrace....

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