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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

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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    A Tiny House in Martha Stewart Living

    I had a hard time coming up with the right anecdote about this shoot featured in Martha Stewart Living. There are so many ways to describe it. It was the smallest house I’ve ever shot featured in the biggest magazine I’ve ever been in. It’s funny how the simplest shots take the longest time. Jessica Helgerson...

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    • Jessica Helgerson03/13/2012 - 6:36 pm

      thanks for all those kind words Lincoln. . . the feeling is definitely mutual 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Vicki03/14/2012 - 8:17 am

      Beautiful job Lincoln, and now you can dot tiny house!ReplyCancel

    • Vicki03/14/2012 - 8:18 am

      Oops, typing on an iPhone arghhh. I meant now you can do my tiny house!ReplyCancel

    • Andrew Krucko03/19/2012 - 2:45 pm

      What a beautiful spread! I especially like the photo you have chosen for your landing page. It looks like everything has been casually placed. Congratulations to you and the stylist!ReplyCancel

    • Antoine Naudet06/16/2012 - 3:50 pm

      Your pictures don’t show any distortion and all lines are clean straight. I was wondering which lenses do you generaly use for this kind of work. Is a classic zoom 16-35mm f/2.8 enough or do you resort to specific lenses like tilt-shift or ultrawide prime lens ? Regarding lens distortion, do you spend a lot of time with postprocessing in PS or whatever ? Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

    Oregon Home – Houseboat Cover & Feature

    If you’ve never been to Portland, you might not know of the copious amounts of houseboat communities. For this cover story for Oregon Home magazine, I got to visit three communites in the area. Each one was very different with it’s own set of character and charm. One common thread between them all, really nice...

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      B is for… Barbour

      Had to do it. It’s not often a feature story you photograph starts with a big letter of your last name. In this case, the March 09 cover feature of Portland Monthly start’s with the title,”B is for Bacon”. This food piece was an awesome assignment to shoot. Not only did I discover many of...

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      • Matt Kallio03/17/2009 - 1:30 am

        I’m curious: did you use the view camera for the food shots? I just completed an internship at Polara and I discovered that Michael uses the view camera with his food shots, with that great control of dof.ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour03/17/2009 - 3:31 pm

          Hey Matt, thanks for commenting. I actually shot all this with a Canon 5D Mark II. I used either a 50mm f/1.4 or my go to 24-70mm f/2.8. Since all these shots were pretty flat on the film plane of the camera, I could get away without using a view camera. Had we been going for that three quarter angle down look, a view camera would have been ideal for focus and depth control. Pro Photo Supply rents a Toyo view camera with a Leaf digital back and three lenses. I use it whenever I shoot architecture, but it would be great for shooting food.ReplyCancel

      • […] I am beyond excited to share with you the good news about my first major photo contest win. For the 1st Annual PDN’s Objects of Desire photo contest, I won in the Food & Still Life category for this sizzling shot of bacon. The shot, art directed by Michael Novak, was originally taken for Portland Monthly as part of a breakfast feature story. […]ReplyCancel

      Cover Feature in Spaces Magazine

      The Windsor Court project I photographed for Jessica Helgerson has definitely got some legs. Besides for making the rounds on various blogs (including Design*Sponge), it’s been published several times in magazines all over the world. So far, it’s been featured in Portland Monthly (US), Home Beautiful (Australia), and now the photographs are running as a...

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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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