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Tailoring Thomas – Portland Monthly November 2013

Here is a really cool shoot I did for last month’s issue of Portland Monthly. Thomas Lauderdale, of Pink Martini fame, has this amazing house/building right in downtown Portland. It recently went through a huge restoration and remodel led by artist and designer Philip Iosca. It’s a pretty stunning place to call home, but I...

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Small Spaces, Big Spread

The blog has been a little quiet lately, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy. In fact, it’s been a great start to the year and I can’t wait to share some recent work. Timing of blog posts is often tricky for me. For example, part of this shoot for Portland Monthly I shot...

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    Twenty Eleven – A Year of Work

    I’m a little late for an end of year review, but here it is none the less. Speaking purely from a financial point of view, 2011 was a lot like 2010 in that it was way better than 2009, but not quite as good as 2008. However, the photographs I created in 2011 are some of...

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    • Vicki01/26/2012 - 10:55 am

      Beautiful work LincolnReplyCancel

    • Jen Pells02/18/2012 - 7:17 pm

      Amazing work and quite a range. I found your site looking for examples of modern architecture for a remodel we are doing on our home in the Puget Sound area. As a Realtor, I appreciate all of your stunning interior home shots, something we do not see enough of in real estate listings.

      Here’s to a productive (and fun) 2012!ReplyCancel

    Portland Monthly July 2011 – Season’s Eatings

    Man, do I love shooting food. I love it almost as much as eating it. And I feel really lucky because there’s no shortage of truly great food in Portland. In fact, the most difficult thing about food here is deciding what to eat. That’s why this story by Allison Jones was so great to...

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    • Tina07/08/2011 - 6:00 am

      Fantastic!
      I love that you’ve shared how a photographer deals with art direction & comes up with solutions on the spot. The photographs are amazing.ReplyCancel

    Portland Monthly May 2011 – Rich Living

    The May 2011 Portland Monthly is out and there is a great feature story I shot of Andy Ricker’s place in SE Portland. Ricker, the restaurateur responsible for Pok Pok, Ping, Whiskey Soda Lounge, and, Pok Pok Noi; has one of the coolest bachelor pads I’ve ever seen. Designed by Andee Hess of Osmose, the space has a ton...

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    • Bachelorpadinfo05/05/2011 - 4:09 pm

      Wow,

      Great looking place. The wood flooring and panels look amazing and compliment the furniture very well. The lighting fixtures are a lot of fun, from the two in the living room to the ones in bathroom. His place is really warm and welcoming. The plants really add personality to bPad.

      Solid work,

      http://www.bachelorpadinfo.comReplyCancel

    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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      Cover Shot Spotted in Portlandia Trailer

      In July of 2009, I photographed the cover of Portland Monthly for a feature story on rivers and river activities. It was definitely one of my favorite shots from the year and a great tearsheet. To my surprise, that issue of the magazine just turned up in a hilarious trailer of Portlandia. Look for it...

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      • Gene Danenhower01/13/2011 - 9:20 am

        That is FANTASTIC! Thanks for starting my day of with a smile… your cover looked GREAT! 🙂

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      • Erik Bishoff02/11/2011 - 3:02 pm

        Nice! I love these vids… the first one I saw was the one about the Farm chicken (I think that may be the first one?!) and they just keep getting better.

        Didn’t realize you were one-degree-of Fred Armisen! *8)ReplyCancel

      Portland Monthly – Harpoon House

      The August 2010 issue of Portland Monthly just came out and I am really excited about this tearsheet from it. This custom built modern home, nicknamed Harpoon House, designed by Matt Kirkpatrick and Katherine Bovee has only 704 square feet of livable space. Shooting was really cool experience because it felt much larger than that....

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      • Gina08/03/2010 - 10:49 pm

        So cool! I love how they used the space. I like living in small houses.ReplyCancel

      • Ryan08/05/2010 - 12:05 pm

        That place is pretty slick!! I love this style. There seems to be more and more of this popping up.ReplyCancel

      • AltruWood08/05/2010 - 1:34 pm

        Beautiful, beautiful photographs! We supplied the FSC Certified Cedar Siding for the exterior of the house, and have never seen it look so good!ReplyCancel

      • Jon08/08/2010 - 8:26 am

        Nice work! Obviously the house is amazing but I love how you chose to photograph the owners together in several of the shots (he, picking a book off a shelf, her outside on the patio in the corner of the frame, etc). I think it really illustrates the intimacy of a small space – two people are never really far apart when they live in such close quarters but yet are able to do things independently. I think you really captured the nature of the space and it’s occupants…ReplyCancel

      • bitna08/10/2010 - 11:38 pm

        Shouldn’t these be published in Dwell magazine? I’m gonna have to take one of your classes sometime soon. Really beautiful pictures.ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour08/12/2010 - 10:07 am

          Thanks Bitna. I’ll hopefully shoot for Dwell one of these days. I’m happy these ran in Portland Monthly, though. I’ve been shooting for them for 5 years and I always get great assignments from them.ReplyCancel

      • Erik Bishoff08/27/2010 - 12:20 pm

        Beautiful shots as usual and a very cool building! (bravo)
        @bitna: Lincoln class highly recommended!ReplyCancel

      Branch Science – Portland Monthly January 2010

      I really liked how this feature shoot came out in the January 2010 issue of Portland Monthly. Art directed by Michael Novak, the two of us first drove down to Corvallis, OR to photograph OSU scientist Steve Strauss in his grove of genetically modified trees. The trees in the above shot have been engineered so...

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        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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