Monthly Archives: July 2009

mmm bubbles

Peter Li is the person that inspired me to get a camera and taught me all that I basically know now about photography. He continues to inspire and influence my own personal work with his latest creative explosion from China. This shot was hugely influenced by Peter’s street photography style which is so moody and […]

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Rod -

Can he teach me too?

bokeh for dinner

Here’s a shot after Thuy, Denisse, and I finished up shooting on location in Huntingon Beach. I just love the bokeh bubbles… Bokeh is like a drug. Once you take your first hit (in my case, it was with the Nikkor 50mm F1.8), it becomes a downward spiral of wanting bigger apertures, more blurring, and […]

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Alex Zhao -

Nice tones, but the shot looks a little OOF! Looks like the focus point is her hat! :)


Nice shot. I thought you were a canon shooter.
Yah big aperture is an addiction, and the Nikkor 50mm f1.8 is a great lens for the price. It’s something that pretty much on my camera all the time.

Linhbergh -

KLBO, I was talking about how my love for bokeh started with the Nikkor 50mm f1.8. And you’re right, I do shoot with Canon. That shot was taken with the Canon 50mm f1.2 aka the bokeh chef! :)

I use my 50mm way more than I do my zoom lens.

Alex Zhao -

Seriously, back off the bokeh and learn the focus. It could save you 15% on camera equipment.


There’s something about a girl walking down a crowded street completely who is completely dolled up. It gives the girl a confidence boost when the crowds whisper to each other about the model. That confidence really does show up on camera after a walk through the city center… Here’s a shoot a few weeks ago […]

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rice media personality: will roegge

The good thing about Pikes Peak Hill Climb is that practice starts from sun up till about 8:45-9am, leaving the rest of the day to do whatever you so wished to do. I spent one afternoon hanging out with Joshua Herron and Will Roegge, and of course, my camera was by my side, and at […]

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warren shim-quee -

I love your stuff, absolutely inspiring to me. The same goes for Will, I always look forward to your guys’ stuff, you both are slowly changing the game!!

Will roegge -

All I can say is…WOW. Linhbergh you have been a source of inspiration since I met you. Thank you. Keep changing the game.

andy. -

THE BEARD. Good shit. The shirt is rad too.

You guys are both an inspiration. For REAL.

hojitsu -

An afternoon with Will Roegge and Joshua Herron!?! Lin you are a lucky man!

What were they like to hang out with?

I’ve got the all star bash 5 & D1GP anaheim vids on constant repeat in my iphone!

Great shots as always! You should invest in some lightweight portable lights. Something like Profoto but cheaper!

pikes peak adventures: day 1

It’s only been a day for me in Colorado, and I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the state. Maybe being 10,000 feet above sea level has something to do with it. But it is, without a doubt, breath takingly beautiful. The air is so crisp and clean, the towns are superbly quaint, and feel real […]

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chean -

this is incredible. hdr?

Liem -

That’s crazy, back lit clouds with rim lighting. Underexposing definitely was nice touch.

Chrissy G. -

Beautiful shot.

the Squidd -

Uggggggggh why am I not there.

the salton sea

There’s an almost ethereal quality to the area surrounding the Salton Sea. It’s a place that is also eerily haunting –almost unexplainable. But despite those feelings, the stench of decay, the searing heat (with which almost made me pass out), I find the sea to be an absolutely, and breathtakingly beautiful place. I wouldn’t recommend […]

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Will -

Ever since I saw a photo of this place when I first got into photography I’ve wanted to go shoot there. Really cool shot. It makes me want to take a boat out there.

Clint Davis -


Delia -

I flew over this when I was going out to san diego and up until yesterday when i remembered to look it up, I had no clue what it was. It is so huge and so random lol I wanna go out there one day and wakeboard on it

more rolleicord madness

I finally had time to take around the rolleicord for some snaps. Went to the beach with Grady and Peter for a little KINOD photo session. As you can see, I’ve updated the header image to the blog with a photo that Peter shot of me at the beach. Anyways, here are two developed shots […]

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Chris -

Rocking shots man, loving the header particularly

Will -

Very cool. I like the header a lot. Really fits the site’s theme. I really want to start shooting film, but it seems I can hardly find time to shoot digital these days.

Linhbergh -

Thanks guys! I love the header too. Peter Li is the man!

Chris -

Question, what are you using to scan the film? Also, noticed on SH they locked the supra feature, loving the PP on those photos a lot *thumbs up high*

MaToyot -

Is that Minolta Hi-Matic 9 in the header pic? is that yours or Peter Li? nice RF you got there mate… show us the result from it…

Linhbergh -

It is! It’s mine, I found it for super cheap at a used camera store, I love it :)

Elijah -

what kinda post processing was done on these shots? or is that straight from the camera?

Linhbergh -

It comes straight out of the camera. I never do post work on film shots :)

Elijah -

where did u find ur’s and how much did u pay? I’ve been searching for a rolleicord or a mamiya rb67 or something of the like and can’t find anything that is sure to work.