LCBPhoto

Lon Casler Bixby

has been a member since Apr 2008 and goes by LCBPhoto.

As a Photographer, I AM fascinated by all aspects of the feminine. Desire, sensuality, flesh, light, costume; make-up, props, scenarios – I use all of these to highlight the feminine spirit I see in my models.

Although I like to think of my photography as “Dark Art” – dark in visual impact, in tone, in subject matter – Lately, I’ve been stepping outside my comfort zone; experimenting with negative space, color photography, and with a much brighter tonal range.

Find me at: http://www.neoichi.com

Just standin' in the middle of a country road and watchin' the sun set...
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Just standin' in the middle of a country road and watchin' the sun set...

8 Jan 2015103 views

Photographing a sunset, the dangerous way.

Tale of a Tormented Teddy Bear
Feature Story

Tale of a Tormented Teddy Bear

16 Apr 2014821 views

A dusty Teddy Bear survives the ages through memories and hope.

Beware the Ayeseayuh
Feature Story

Beware the Ayeseayuh

29 Apr 20131282 views

A photo expedition through the uncharted, and rumored to be, "Magical" dark forests of Warwick, Rhode Island.

Squirrelendipity
Feature Story

Squirrelendipity

22 Feb 2013878 views

A photo expedition in Morrow Bay: off-key singing, dancing pelicans, hidden water-holes, finding a new friend... and taking photos of it all.

Hurricane Hipsters
Feature Story

Hurricane Hipsters

30 Nov 20121199 views

Braving the storm to shoot Hurricane Sandy.

Detail in the Great Hall
Feature Story

Detail in the Great Hall

29 Nov 20121027 views

A short story about seeing beauty in the tiny details of a grand space.

The shot I almost missed.
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The shot I almost missed.

10 Nov 20121523 views

A very short story about capturing, and almost missing the perfect shot.

Creepy Crawlies
Photo Essay

Creepy Crawlies

27 Sep 20121273 views

Shooting a Skull Spider and her Spiderlings with a Poor Man's Macro.

Dude, get the Hell out of my shot!
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Dude, get the Hell out of my shot!

14 May 20101476 views

Letting go of the perfect shot, and finding myself in the middle of nowhere.