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New & Updated Portfolios!

About a year ago, I worked with the brilliant Suzanne Sease on a huge portfolio overhaul. She went through over a 1000 of my images and came up with what what you’ve seen here for a while. Her art buyer eye really helped me tighten the flow of my portfolio to help me get the...

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  • Antoine Naudet06/28/2012 - 5:48 am

    Hi Lincoln,

    I find the updates very engaging, as well as a very informative overview of your specialties.ReplyCancel

New Portfolio Book & Case

I’ve been doing a lot portfolio stuff lately and this latest installment is the pièce de résistance. I’ve been building portfolio books for over 9 years now and this one, by far, is the best one I’ve ever made. It’s a complete package with a beautiful handmade case by Hinged Strung Stitched, laser etched bamboo...

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    Best Sandwich Ever (and a website reboot)

    It’s that time of year again. Time to refresh the portfolios, website, marketing materials, etc. Keeps it interesting and keeps me busy during this slow time of year. I don’t consider myself to be niche photographer. Rather, I have a style of photography that works well across several genres and I focus on my favorite...

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      Marketing 101 for Commercial Photographers

      I think one of the most challenging aspects to being a commercial photographer is the marketing. It’s ironic because we are in a commercial marketing environment, yet reaching the people we want to hire us can seem voodoo and difficult. In my experience, no matter how good you are or how “cool” you are, if...

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        My Latest Printed Portfolio

        The good folks at Wonderful Machine just put a video of my portfolio on YouTube. Here it is for you viewing pleasure: This portfolio was a general overview of all my work. I’m working on building books for each specialty.

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        • Squid02/11/2010 - 7:21 pm

          wow, that look amazing. They pictures POP! Imagine how it would look on an iPad?ReplyCancel

          • Lincoln Barbour02/11/2010 - 7:44 pm

            I’m sure it’ll be iTacular.ReplyCancel

        • KW02/17/2010 - 8:42 pm

          very very wow. eyecandy.ReplyCancel

        • alexandra stafford06/20/2010 - 6:53 am

          Beautiful work, website, blog, everything! Found you through Lucid Content.

          If you don’t mind my asking, what are the dimensions of your printed portfolio? I’m a student at UCLA Extension and am in the process of assembling my portfolio. Also, do you have any tips on where an amateur such as myself should print some of my pieces? I haven’t had much luck at Kinkos.

          Thanks!
          AliReplyCancel

          • Lincoln Barbour06/20/2010 - 9:35 am

            Thanks for the kind words!

            The dimensions for that portfolio is 11×11 and the post bound book is from Lost Luggage. I do my own prints on a Canon Pixma Pro9500 using Moab paper that is cut, scored, and drilled for the Lost Luggage line. Moab also makes scoured/drilled paper for Pina Zangaro post bound books, which are a little less expensive.

            If you don’t want to make your own prints, I would recommend getting prints made from a real photo lab (i.e. not a grocery store photo lab) and then putting them in acetate sheets that come with either Lost Luggage or Pina Zangaro books. Not sure where you’re located, but in Portland Digicraft and Pro Photo Supply do a great job. Elsewhere, I would probably just get them done through White House Custom Color or AdoramaPix and have them shipped to you.

            Hope that helps.ReplyCancel

        • alexandra stafford06/20/2010 - 12:20 pm

          Thank you, Lincoln, for your very swift and thoughtful response. This is all very helpful. I’m going to do some research based on your response right now. Thanks so much again!

          AliReplyCancel

        From Bacon to Beavers – 2009 in Review

        This last year I spent a lot of energy narrowing down my specialties: architecture, lifestyle, and still life. I like to think of myself as a specific generalist. Between these three specialties, I can handle almost any kind of shoot. But getting a consistent and distinct look between all three specialties is the real trick....

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        • Kylie Larsson01/04/2010 - 9:30 am

          Wow! Nice work 🙂ReplyCancel

          • Lincoln Barbour01/04/2010 - 9:33 am

            Thanks Kylie! And congratulations for winning the print contest. You get an signed 11×14 print of any of my photographs. Let me know which one you’d like. Thanks!ReplyCancel

        • JJ Wright01/04/2010 - 10:12 am

          Arrggh! Just missed it! Great stuff Lincoln. Really enjoy the interior work!ReplyCancel

        • Boone01/06/2010 - 4:53 pm

          Amazing. I appreciated the commentary! Looking forward to 2010 images man.ReplyCancel

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