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Portland Bride & Groom – Bright Ideas

Once in a while, it’s fun to get outside your comfort zone and shoot something totally different than you normally do. Case in point, this beautiful floral feature I shot for Portland Bride & Groom’s Winter/Spring 2012 issue. Art Director Samantha Gardner approached me with the concept for this shoot several months before we shot...

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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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      Bergren Rameson’s Paper Project

      I first met the incredibly gifted stylist Bergren Rameson last year on a shoot for Home magazine. I was amazed by how easy she made propping look with such fantastic results. We were shooting a house for a holiday issue and Bergren put together and fully decorated a 12-ft Christmas Tree in about and hour...

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      • boone07/10/2009 - 4:58 am

        hey lincoln – it was great meeting you in person this evening. hope you see you around man!

        by the way, this shoot looks great. glad to see the behind the scenes stuff too.ReplyCancel

      • […] A good stylist can really make your job easier. An amazing stylist gets you phenomenal images. Check out all these shots. […]ReplyCancel

      • Andrea Dennis01/08/2010 - 9:37 am

        pleeeeease post more like this! I’m a photography student and I was fortunate enough to assist a photographer for a couple of weeks–the best part was seeing the set up! SO incredibly wonderful. i love how much deserved attention you give to Bergren. Both of you = FABULOUS WORK. Thank you!ReplyCancel

        • Lincoln Barbour01/08/2010 - 11:14 am

          Thanks for the nice comment. In my next revision of this blog, I’ll definitely have a lot more behind the scenes stuff.ReplyCancel

      Me, My Studio, My Camera, & My iPhone

      I just took this picture using a Canon 5D Mark II, the new 17mm TS-E, and OnOne Software’s DSLR Remote Pro on my iPhone. I shot tethered to my Mac Pro and processed through shot Lightroom 2. Blogged it using PixelPost The whole process took less than 5 minutes. Nice.

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      • Lauren06/09/2009 - 1:42 pm
      • Biigs06/09/2009 - 2:05 pm

        Look at you mr magical man… I see you, I see your studio, I see your iPhone… but don't see no camera..

        I thought you were a pro? what gives?ReplyCancel

      • Lori06/09/2009 - 3:14 pm

        You are so cool!ReplyCancel

      • Ed Hetherington06/09/2009 - 4:27 pm

        I've been wanting to play around with that remote. Pretty cool!ReplyCancel

      • JVL06/20/2009 - 8:43 am

        I'm trying to really see the advantage of the TS-E on this shot… to my eye, it still looks a lot like a standard 17mm…ReplyCancel

      • Lincoln Barbour06/21/2009 - 1:51 pm

        The 17 tilt shift is the sharpest lens I've seen Canon make. It's sick. The new 24mm tilt shift is just as impressive. I shoot a lot of architecture and these lenses are exactly what I need. The perspective control is so helpful because you don't have to do any of it in post and you can get the full advantage of the sensor.ReplyCancel

      May/June Desirables in Portland Spaces

      I had a lot of fun shooting this one with Jen Davison and Rachel DeSchepper for Portland Spaces. The shot’s really about the product, but there’s so much life in Joanna’s face that it really makes it something special. I also love the bold color tones all complimenting each other. Fun stuff!

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        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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