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Case Study: Making Magic with Rejuvenation

After shooting photography of architecture and interior design for over a decade and a half, it seems I’ve actually learned a thing or two. When I hired former Martin Agency art buyer Suzanne Sease to edit my portfolio a while back, she pointed it out to me: Above all else, I excel at shooting products...

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    Great People = Great Shoots: Brian Williams

    Welcome to the second post in my new blog series: Great People = Great Shoots! I do a lot of my post production and retouching in house. Every so often, I get retouch a request that’s beyond my comfort zone. That’s when I call in the experts. One of my favorite retouchers in Brian Williams...

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      Retouching the Oregon Home Cover Shot

      I take a lot of pride in my Photoshop retouching skills. Mainly because I try really hard to make my shots not look like they’ve been retouched. For architectural interior shots like this cover image for Oregon Home, I often do something I call, “Dropping in the Windows.” During the shoot, I’ll take several brackets...

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      • […] For you Photoshop geeks out there, click here to see how I retouched the cover shot. […]ReplyCancel

      • Chris Terry06/08/2012 - 8:58 am

        Fast work, takes me a minute to load the photo! nice attention to detail thoughReplyCancel

      • Andrew04/05/2013 - 5:43 pm

        Excellent video Lincoln.

        Is it alright if I refer my clients to it?

        cheers

        AndrewReplyCancel

      • Brian DO12/13/2013 - 9:11 am

        Hello Lincoln,

        I am so inspired by the work you do. Do you shoot in all ambient light? Then do your layering technique on all your photos? Your lighting is always so natural. Truly amazing stuff.

        Thanks BrianReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour01/06/2014 - 1:47 pm

          I start with available light and then use strobes or continuous lighting for fill. Depends on the weather 🙂ReplyCancel

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