August 23rd, 2015
For the next five days you can purchase an 11x14 wrapped canvas of three of Mr Decker's most popular prints for only $55. Quantities of each are limited and the offer will expire in a few short days. Here is your chance to decorate your space with high quality, fine art photography. Check out the following pages for additional information:
October 9th, 2013
October 7th, 2013
Award winning wildlife, nature and equine photographer Bob Decker was honored to have one of his wild horse images featured as an "Image of the Week" on the Equine Photographers Network website. EPNet is a large association of photographers specializing in making photographs of wild and domestic horses.
June 17th, 2013
Award winning nature photographer Bob Decker has recently had numerous of his wild horse photographs featured as "Editor's Picks" in the Naturescapes.net nature photography forums. Naturescapes is one of the largest online communities of nature and wildlife photographers to be found. Their membership is made up a a large number of photographers, including several top working pros in the editorial and fine art nature photography markets.
June 17th, 2013
Fineart America artist, Bob Decker, won the One Daily Shot photography contest for July 07, 2011. One Daily Shot chooses one shot eacy day for it's photography contest winner. The contest is open to all styles of photography and draws an impressive variety of quality entries. Fine art prints of the winning photo, A Storm Approaches, are available for purchase.
July 5th, 2011
Bob Decker, a nature and wildlife photographer living on North Carolina's Crystal Coast, had one of his wild horse images featured on the cover of the July issue of "Crystal Coast Outdoors" magazine. The featured image titled "Dark Stallion" is available as a fine art print. In addition to being featured on the cover Mr. Decker has two articles inside the magazine.
May 26th, 2011
Fineart America aratist Bob Decker scored a win in the One Daily Shot photo contest. The online photography contest accepts entries daily and selects one entry each day for the daily winner. The contest draws work from both professional and amatuer photographers and from a wide variety of styles and subjects. The contest's home page can be found at www.onedailyshot.com. The winning shot shows two Black-bellied Plovers, one in summer and one in winter plumage, searching for a meal along the tidal flats as a wild mustang looks on in the background. Mr. Decker is a professional photographer living along North Carolina's Crystal Coast. He has a passion for exploring nature with his camera. He is best known for wildlife photos taken from his kayak while paddling the sounds, estuaries, rivers and lakes of the Southeast. You check-out Bob's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Carolinafootprints or follow him on Twitter @NCfootprints.
May 13th, 2011
Award winning nature photographer Bob Decker currently has a featured article and images on the Wildlife South Online Wildliafe and Nature Photography Journal. In the article Mr. Decker talks about the history and photographic opportunities at the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve near Beaufort, North Carolina. More of Bob's thoughts can be read and work seen by visiting www.carolinafootprints.com/index.php/blog. You can also follow him on Twitter @NCFootprints or like his page at http://www.facebook.com/Carolinafootprints.
April 13th, 2011
April 13th, 2011
Finaart America photographer is currently featured in the current issue of Camera in the Wild, the official publication of the Carolinas Nature Photography Association. Bob Decker is a professional photographer making his home along the Carolina coast. His photography emphasizes the natural hisotry of the Carolinas and surrounding region. He specializes in the use of kayaks to reach out of the way locations and to approach shy animals. Bob's article covers the importance of using camo and/or earth-tone clothing when pursuing wildlife photography. The piece includes several photographs by Mr. Decker. Bob's articles and photos have appeared in a variety of local, regional and national publications over the years. Visit his website at Carolinafootprints.com to see more examples of his work and to learn more about this artist.