Talk #1 Sea Fever
Photographic excellence is Terra Quantum’s passion and the Earth, our interest. After four years in existence (how time has flown by) we would like to start a conversation about what matters to us, photography and our planet. read more.
An Interview with Daniel Mirlea by Beata Moore
Daniel Mîrlea is a Romanian landscape and nature photographer passionate about discovering new places. Daniel’s photographic adventure started at the end of 2015 with a hike in Cozia National Park in Romania, where he was photographing the Făgăraș Mountains. Two years later, he quit his job as a manager, to do nature photography. For him, photography is not just taking photos, it is a way of life. Daniel says that nature is his home, and through photography, he is trying to show other people how beautiful and vital to our lives it is. He believes that everything in nature is connected, and we, as nature photographers, have a mission when we are in the field: to protect the environment and to take with us just the memories of that moment and the photograph itself. Daniel firmly believes that through photography, we can help nature's conservation. Because of this, he is collaborating with conservation and nature protecting NGOs, like WWF Romania, Rewilding Europe, and Conservation Carpathia. Since January 2020, he is a vice-president of the Romanian Nature Photography Association called FORONA, and since June 2020, a Community Advocate at Nature First Photography. read more.
Selection of April 2020: Daydream by Andrea Pozzi
This surreal atmosphere is perfectly achieved thanks to the softness of the water, the slight mist and the delicate background. Touches of yellow and brown magically complete the scene. read more.
Selection of March 2020: Gold and Ice by Nathalie Houdin
Graphical lines, high sense of composition and unusual colour make this photo a piece of art. read more.
An Interview with Isabelle Bacher by Beata Moore
As an Austrian with Norwegian roots, Isabelle Bacher decided in 2013 to settle in Northern Norway (Arctic) for five years. Her profession as an architect enabled her to be geographically flexible and to live her passion the landscape photography. The immensity of the lonely fjords, the aesthetic glaciers, the majestic mountains and the breath-taking light of the Far North are the content of her works. It fascinates her to visualize the architecture and forms that nature created from the Ice Age to our time. Her photographs have been shown in exhibitions in Norway, Austria, France, Italy and the UK, as well as in international photography magazines. She is an award-winning photographer and currently finished the photography book “Im Norden”, which is on the market since October 2019. read more.