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Luxe Magazine Cover Feature

2018 has started off great with this amazing cover feature I shot for January’s Pacific Northwest edition of Luxe Interiors + Design. Designed by husband and wife duo Holly Freres (JHL Design) and David Horning (MOA Architecture), this ultra cool coastal getaway was so much fun to shoot. I really admired the contrast of modern...

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    Country Living – Cloverfield Farm

    I have to admit, one of the biggest perks to my editorial shoots is meeting incredible people and spending time in their beautiful homes. Such is the case of Cloverfield Farm recently featured in Country Living Magazine. This stunning rustic barn home is the dream effort of the sweetest couple Jessica & Kevin Carnell. Jessica...

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    • […] Technically shot in 2016, but it wasn’t published until fall of 2017. That’s always so hard with these editorial shoots. You do some really great work and then you have to wait a whole year before you can show anyone. The getaway home is about an hour from Memphis in the Mississippi country side. The owners Jessica & Kevin Carnell were so sweet and Jessica has a great Instagram feed (@growing_cloverfield_farm) of the whole project from start to finish. Read more on my blog post here. […]ReplyCancel

    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

    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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    JHL Design Featured in GRAY

    Also from the December/January issue of GRAY, a shoot I did for JHL Design got the glossy treatment with this six page spread. The double truck kitchen shot looked killer in print. I was really happy for JHL to get published. I shot  quite  a few projects for them last year and Holly and Jasmine...

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      Back to Back Cover Features for GRAY

      After a little blogging hiatus, it feels good to be writing again about what I’ve been up to lately. Got some good stuff in the queue covering personal work, photo business stuff, and lots of tearsheets. In fact, here are two cover features for GRAY Magazine that just ran back to back December/January and February/March....

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      Interviewed on PhotoShelter

      As you may or may not know, I’ve been a PhotoShelter customer for several years now. I love their service. It is, by far, the BEST way to show proofs to clients and deliver high rez finals. It also easily fits in to my digital workflow with Lightroom via a plugin, so using it saves...

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      Here Comes the Sun – Portland Monthly Feb 2011

      First tearsheet of 2011 and it’s goody! I actually shot this house in December of 2010 on a really crappy weather day. It was looked like night when we showed up and was raining really hard. Fortunately, by the time we were set up and ready to shoot, the rain lifted and clouds got brighter....

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        Behind the Scenes – Kids in Architecture

        I’ve always had the philosophy that architectural photography is more interesting when you have a people in the shot. A person will give a sense of scale to the building or interior. It also helps you relate to what you’re seeing. And sometimes, it’s great just to have something to fill out the composition. In...

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