Tag Archives: still life

Language of Love

I’m very proud of this shoot for Portland Bride & Groom for a number of reasons. 1 – Even though it’s a fashion and still life piece, the look of the work is very much my style. I like to think of myself as a stylistic photographer, so I love it when a shoot comes...

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    Nixon Watches by David Whetstone

    I recently photographed these watches for the talented designer David Whetstone. David currently works for CincoDesignOffice where he a lead designer on the watch and audio programs for Nixon. David came up with the concepts for the shoot and we collaborated together to create some portfolio worthy images for him. For the Falcon series (first...

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      At Home with Prometheus

      I love my job. I love the work I do and I love the clients I work with. And every shoot is fun because of its inherit challenges: technical, logistical, creative.  That being said, I love shooting personal work and it’s not often you get hired to shoot personal work for a commercial client. That’s...

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      Where’s The Beef?

      I’m working on updating my food portfolio. I never seem to finish up, because I keep getting hungry.

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        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

          Gourmet Magazine. October 2009. Page 91.

          Au Revoir Gourmet Magazine. I happen to have a little shot in the latest and final issue Gourmet. Since I probably won’t be able to get a digital tearsheet, here’s the shot that ran as part of a story on Restaurants Worth The Money. For Portland, Pok Pok was featured and they highlighted this delicious...

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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

            Big Spread in Portland Spaces Premier Issue

            It’s not often you get to shoot a feature for the premier of a new magazine. But, that’s just what I did this month. Portland Spaces launched on January 10th, 2008. The Portland home + lifestyle focused magazine features some great articles on homes, design, green living, and products. For my piece “Desirables”, we shot...

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            • Rachel01/24/2008 - 7:49 pm

              Hi Lincoln — glad you enjoy the craziness that comes with working with us. We’re certainly glad to have you on the team!

              -rachel.ReplyCancel

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