Thursday, June 16, 2016
Today I'd like to announce my latest endeavor: an online storefront filled with products featuring my photos. I've been working on a few designs featuring photos from my travels, and I'm ready to share my store with you. Products currently include, prints, posters, t-shirts, notebooks, greeting cards, coasters, bags, stickers, laptop sleeves and more. Below, have a look at the first batch of designs that you can find on the various products.
Posted by Samantha Decker on Thursday, June 16, 2016
Sunday, May 29, 2016
While photographers often venture out in search of new places to take photos, sometimes inspiration awaits you at home. Here are some photos I've taken at home (and I use the term "at home" a little bit loosely - it could be my home, my dorm room when I was in college, or a friend or family member's home).
Friday, May 20, 2016
After completing my Saratoga Photography Map, I decided to make another map with all the Southern California landmarks and filming locations I've visited. This map is by no means comprehensive (how could it be?), but it's certainly worth a look if you like seeing where movies and tv shows are filmed, or if you're planning to visit SoCal and would like to see some of these places yourself. Here's a little preview of what you'll find in the map:
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Selfies, while they've existed pretty much since the dawn of photography (see the world's first selfie here), have in the twenty-first century become a hallmark of our culture, for better or worse. As a photographer, I have always enjoyed finding ways to take selfies that have some sort of artistic merit. My definition of selfie is a photo in which the photographer appears. A few of these photos really challenge the idea of a selfie, but I do appear in all of them.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Through the Glass Dispatch is a bulletin where I showcase some of my recent photos, share what photo projects and trips I have coming up, and share what photo-related stories I've been following online. Click here to browse the archives.
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Recently, I've been working on a Google Map geotagging my photography around Saratoga. On this map I've pinned food, nature, architecture, and entertainment. While Google Street View can give you a feel for an area, it is often distorted, and Street View can't go everywhere. Use this map if you're looking to get acquainted with Saratoga, find places to photograph, find places to eat, or just explore some photography.