Image of December: Cole Thompson

Harbinger No. 1 by Cole Thompson

This month Cole Thompson talks about his black and white image " Harbinger No. 1 ", a spectacular image that we have decided to feature. In his refreshing style, Cole explains: "Several summers ago my son Jem and I were taking a road trip through the western states, it was meant to be both a photography trip as well as a father and son trip. We were in Utah and it was about 150 degrees (or so it felt) when I spied these great mud hills off to the north. … read more.

Terra Quantum meets Michel Thibert, pilot photographer

A unique and singular testimony of a pilot photographerin the True North: Michel Thibert Michel Thibert has been flying and photographying the Canadian Arctic for many years. He gives to Terra Quantum an exceptional testimony. My photographic art is striving to visually extract and isolate a part of nature, using my concept of forms, to unravel a significant and relevant perception of this part of the world. That world is the Canadian Arctic, also named True North or Nunavut. My two passions are… read more.

Arved Gintenreiter joins Terra Quantum's jury

We are pleased to announce that Arved Gintenreiter has accepted to join Terra Quantum’s Jury. Though being connected with photography since childhood, as a first career Arved Gintenreiter opted for studying business economics and taking three years of formal journalism training on top of that. After several years working as a reporter and editor for the German news agency dpa in Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Brussels, Vienna, and other hot spots, he decided it was time to follow his real passion:… read more.

Our photographic choice for this month "Final Destiny" from Pere Soler

Final Destiny by Pere Soler

After Volker Birke (“ Menindee ”) and Shenshen Dou (“ Latourell Falls ”), we have chosen to feature the photographer Pere Soler and his picture “ Final Destiny ”, an extraordinary aerial scene over Icelandic rivers. As Pere explains: “This is an aerial picture taken in the north of Iceland, over a delta of a river coming from the biggest central glacier. The idea was to search shapes, contrasts and impact with only a few elements. Aerial… read more.

The Strange Disappearance of Mister Pik (Part 1)

There once was Mister Pik who used to come to a wonderful place to take wonderful pictures. He was very happy with his pictures. It must be said that the place was indeed wonderful: a wonderful waterfall forming a wonderful river flowing on a wonderful mountain. What a magicspot! So, each morning, just before dawn, when all the inhabitants were still asleep, Mister Pik came to the place, chose a good spot and installed his tripod, waiting for the light to come. And after many hours and many clicks from his… read more.