An Interview with Heike Odermatt by Beata Moore
Heike Odermatt is a semi-professional photographer, originally from Germany, who lives in The Netherlands. She is well known for her beautifully composed landscapes, wildlife images as well as sensitively balanced natural abstracts. Since her early childhood she hoped to photograph landscapes and wild animals. When she got her first analog camera in 2002, she decided to persue nature photography. For a few years she was restricted with her photography due to a serious illness, but currently Heike is working on new approaches to allow her to re-start her photographic activities. Her work has been awarded in several international competitions, among them, Wildlife Photographer of the Year (BBC) and European Wildlife Photographer of the Year (ENJ). Heike is a member of the Nature Photographers Association Eindhoven, the Nature Photographers Guild and the Society of German nature Photographers. read more.
Selection of September 2019: Desert Impressions by Max Foster
The shapes of the dunes are magnified by the golden colours captured by Max, while the background adds a mysterious atmosphere read more.
An Interview with Tom Hegen by Beata Moore
Tom Hegen works as a Photographer and Designer in Munich, Germany. He focuses on aerial photography projects that show the impact of human presence on earth. Tom is an author of the book "Habitat" documenting the strong impact human have on our environment. His photographs are exhibited regularly, and he received many distinctions and awards, to name a few: German Design Award, Red Dot Design Award, IPA Book Photographer of the Year, European Design Award. read more.
Selection of August 2019: Contrastes by Jean Discours
A work around contrasts along with a texture that gives a dreamlike feeling. Very personal work, as Terra Quantum loves ! read more.
Selection of July 2019: Mist by Fernando Piçarra
With this photo, Fernando shows how powerful an image may look when based on a series of layers. 7 horizontal layers can be seen which is quite rare. Both small and discrete trees are very welcome as they add a vertical element that enforces the composition. read more.