Selection of July 2021: Life by Tania Malkin

Life by Tania Malkin

Life by Tania Malkin is the 1000th photo selected by Terra Quantum in Territories, and also the photo of the month! read more.

Selection of June 2021: In Heaven who cares about Dreams by Christian Klepp

In Heaven who cares about Dreams by Christian Klepp

The Pinnacles of Nambung in Western Australia tower beneath the majestic arc of the bright Southern Milky Way and the Magellanic Clouds, two irregular dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way galaxy. It is not difficult to imagine that this image could well have been taken on a distant extrasolar planet. These pinnacles are ... read more.

Talk # 6 Photography Competitions by Beata Moore

A lot has been written about photographic competitions; I could write a long list of reasons for participating in them, and equally long one, against. Recent proliferation of competitions shows clearly that there is a strong interest and need for them. Most of the competition provide an opportunity for photographers to get exposure, therefore giving your career a major boost, as well as win some money or gear. Selecting the best images from many thousands of entries is a difficult task for judges. How do you select ‘the best’? read more.

An Interview with Yucel Basoglu by Beata Moore

Yucel Basoglu was born in 1967 in Switzerland, but now lives in Istanbul, in Turkey. Electronic engineering by profession, he always loved fine arts, and his life changed when he discovered photography. He is widely known for his black and white seascape photography. Yucel has become an award-winning fine art photographer, with Spider Awards, Monovision, IPA, FAPA, PX3 and many other awards. His images have also been published in numerous magazines. read more.

Selection of May 2021: Soft Pastels by Mieke Boynton

Soft Pastels by Mieke Boynton

Many years ago, I was driving across the famous Nullarbor Plain in South Australia – a desolate and uncompromising highway that stretches across the Southern Coast of Australia for 1,365 kilometres (848 miles)... read more.