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Need Stock Photos of Portland?

Have you noticed most stock photography about Portland seems pretty generic? You get lots of images of the skyline, some shots of Mt Hood in the distance, and maybe some far away shot of the Portland Streetcar ambling its way through Downtown. You could spend hours searching for one great image that could possibly work,...

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    UPDATED: Coronavirus Photoshoot Policy as of 5/4/2020

      As a small business owner, I’m writing you today to let you know we take the current events of COVID-19 very seriously and want to outline what we are doing to protect you, your team, your clients, as well as myself and my team members.   I also understand the current economic situation may...

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      Back to Work

        The move back to Portland is complete and what a journey it’s been! Today is my first day in my home office and it feels great. Since May 20th, I’ve either been packing boxes, flying across the country with my family (including three cats), living out of suitcases in multiple AirBNBs, unpacking boxes, building...

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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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        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

        ReadyMade – June/July 2011 Cover & Feature

        UPDATE: Sad news to report. ReadyMade is folding and this will be their last issue. Best wishes to all the staff and contributers. May you find new work and many more great adventures. I did it. After 9 years of hard work, thousands of hours of shooting, huge career highs and huge career lows, I...

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        Portland Bride & Groom – Urban Exotic

        I have a stunning new tearsheet to share with you AND exciting news about dual blog post with my wife Lauren Brooks. Art directed by Samantha Gardner, this wedding flower feature for Portland Bride & Groom mixes a little fashion into what would normally be a still life shoot. I love assignments like this. It...

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        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

        Ground Kontrol 3.0

        Very excited to share this next shoot. Ground Kontrol is one my all time favorite places to go in Portland. It’s an arcade filled with old school classics and also has the biggest pinball gameroom in the Pacific Northwest. Every time I go, it’s like a fountain of youth and makes me feel like a...

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        • jks04/28/2011 - 3:59 pm

          YESYESYESYESYES. Great shots of my favorite spot in Portland.ReplyCancel

        • justin04/29/2011 - 4:25 pm

          looks great!ReplyCancel

        • Dan Cronin05/02/2011 - 4:13 pm

          Nice job Lincoln! Jessica did an amazing jobReplyCancel

        A Recipe for The Best Sandwich Ever

        When I was first getting in to food photography, I reached out to a good friend of mine who is an excellent chef. I wanted to create some new food shots for my portfolio and he wanted to try his hand at food styling. It was a win win scenario and the results look beautiful...

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        • Gene Danenhower04/13/2011 - 9:10 pm

          I think Lincoln is my long lost brother separated at birth….

          Love your work Lincoln!ReplyCancel

        • Dad09/20/2011 - 10:33 am

          Linc,

          What time is Lunch!

          Love

          DadReplyCancel

        • Liane01/05/2014 - 4:00 pm

          That looks absolutely divine, nothing beats a real steak sandwich. Do you have any suggestions to replace the hanger steak? Maybe a flank?ReplyCancel

        • Erin07/03/2016 - 10:56 am

          This is Gordon Ramsey’s recipe from his Ultimate Cookery Course.ReplyCancel

          • Lincoln Barbour01/02/2019 - 2:08 pm

            Well, then he stole it from us since this recipe was posted in 2011 and his book came out in 2012. Thanks for the heads up. We’ll investigate.ReplyCancel

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