An Interview with Anne Mäenurm by Beata Moore

Anne Mäenurm is an amateur landscape and nature photographer based in the Northern Italy (North-East, Friuli-Venezia-Giulia). She was born and brought up in the Northern Estonia countryside. For her, photography is not just a hobby, it has become a way of balancing life. She prefers photographing the natural world – spending time outdoors makes her feel close to the roots of life. She is in constant search for those fleeting moments of magic that turn our world into something extraordinary. In her images she strives to reflect the atmosphere, feeling, and sheer wonderment that our natural world evokes within us. Some of her works have been published in various national and international magazines as National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Asferico magazine 2013 n°46, Asferico magazine 2016 n°51, article “I luoghi del cuore”, Viaggio Dolomiti december 2016, cover, Digital Camera Magazine, Meridiani Montagne. She has won many prizes in international photographic competitions: Overall winner - Palmarès Concours 2018- Montier Festival Photo, highly commended Bio Photo Contest 2018, Asferico Photocontest, Photographer of the Year (POTY),Estonian Nature Photography of the Year. Anne is a member of AFNI since 2013 (Italian Association nature photographers) and contributing photographer at PHOTOFVG.IT since 2012. Website: http://annemaenurm.com read more.

An Interview with Daniel Laan by Beata Moore

Daniel Laan is professional landscape photographer from the Netherlands, who is passionate about conveying ethereal qualities through both photography and post-processing. His turbulent mind finds serenity in the outdoors and comes alive through a dark and moody visual style which he teaches in photography workshops held throughout Europe. Daniel teaches landscape photography and leads workshops and tours. read more.

An Interview with Samuel Feron by Beata Moore

Samuel Feron is a landscape photographer and a co-founder of Terra Quantum, a platform that gathers the most beautiful pictures of our planet. He has been photographing landscapes of the world for 15 years. He is particularly drawn to deserts and volcanic areas. Samuel’s work has been awarded in several international competitions - Fine Art Photography Awards (2015, 2016), the Prix de la Photographie de Paris (2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015), International Photographer of the Year (2016), International Photography Awards (2012, 2013) and many other photographic competitions. read more.

An Interview with Isabella Tabacchi by Beata Moore

Born in 1992 in Carpi, Isabella Tabacchi is a landscape photographer based in the north of Italy. She’s always had a sensibility for natural environments and photography came in her life suddenly; a huge passion exploded in her heart. Isabella’s favourite environment is the mountain, especially the Alps, where she created her most popular images. Isabella’s works were published in online and paper magazines like National Geographic, Daily Mail, Practical Photography ,Digital Photo SLR UK, N-Photo. She won prizes in many international awards like Moscow Foto Awards, Monochrome Awards, Monovisions Awards, Fine Art Photo Awards, Tokyo Foto Awards, ND Awards , Lucie Foundation’s IPA, International Photographer of the Year Awards. Her pictures were published in the Outdoor Photographer of the Year Portfolio II (“The magic of the night” is the cover). Her image “The battle” is among the TOP 50’s in the Epson Pano Awards 2017 and received a Gold award. Isabella is Irix Lens, Haida filters and Fotopro tripods ambassador. read more.

An Interview with Heiko Gerlicher by Beata Moore

Heiko Gerlicher is a self taught landscape and nature photographer born in 1969, living in Ahorn in the District of Coburg, Germany. By profession he is field staff for a special steel wholesale trade. But for a hobby, he shoots photos. In fact, he is a award-winning photographer. Some Gold medals at the prestigious Trierenberg Supercircuit for example and several publications in magazines belong to his successes so far. read more.