For its fourth birthday, Terra Quantum would like to warmly thank all the photographers who contribute to the development of the site by submitting their photos, adding comments or sharing contents. Thanks to the Jury, the quality of Terra Quantum has reached very high level and will never alter: it is our DNA. Terra Quantum is also grateful to all its team members, and especially: Olivier Kautz who is working hard to improve and develop the site, Beata Moore for the time she spends with the interviews of the photographers (22 interviews as of today!). This year we have launched a new platform 'Damaged Earth'. Keeping our photographic excellence requirement, this new gallery displays the work of some photographers who act as the witnesses of Earth destruction and its possible future consequences We wish you a great and beautiful 2020 year. Let's all keep an eye on our planet while photographing! read more.

An Interview with Peter Svoboda by Beata Moore

Wht's kept untouched by Peter Svoboda

Peter Svoboda is a photographer, judge and curator based in Slovakia. He is a member of FEP (Federation of European photographers) and APFSR (Association of Slovak professional Photographers). Peter's work is mainly focused on landscapes showing a strong mood and interesting light, in colour and in black&white. His pictures are known as precisely composed, often capturing rare moments of human presence in nature. Peter's photographs were exhibited in well-known galleries around the globe and published in countless international magazines, to name a few, National Geographic, Guardian, Telegraph, German Alpha Photo magazine, Landscape Photography Magazine. His work was awarded in many prestigious international competitions, amongst them: Prix de la photography Paris 2019, Moscow Int. Foto Awards 2019, Tierenberg Super Circuit 2019, European Golden Landscape Camera 2018, Sony World Photography Awards 2016, Tokyo International Foto Awards 216 and many more. Website: https://www.petersvobodaphotography.com read more.

Selection of December 2019: The Vision by Maxime Daviron

The Vision by Maxime Daviron

Spectacular picture of an eclipse in the middle of the dunes. The composition and the tones are perfectly mastered. read more.

Selection of November 2019: Gloomy by Daniel Mirlea

Gloomy by Daniel Mîrlea

A mysterious capture of the Carpathian Mountains in Romania with a fascinating deepness read more.

Selection of October 2019: The 'Little Brother' by Heike Odermatt

The 'little brother' by Heike Odermatt

The light falling straight on the water gives a real deepness to the scene. The contrast with the dark environment adds to the mystery and the structure of the rocks is greatly preserved and palpable. A masterpiece. read more.