The Selection February 2016 : Nature's Canvas by Francisco Mingorance
The fusion of Art and Nature, An aerial view by Francisco Mingorance ‘‘Natural acidity and hundreds of years of mining have created this canvas - the famous ‘painted river’, the Rio Tinto, in Andalusia, Spain. Mineral ores (especially iron ore) oxidize when they come into contact with the air, staining the water and the land shades of red, orange and brown. Francisco has devoted more than 25 years to photographing the river, walking its length, diving in it, flying over… read more.
A view of "Graphical Winter Storm" of Zsolt Kiss, written by Beata Moore
" I found myself drawn to this image not because of its light, but its rather bleak but nevertheless fascinating mood. One glance and the photograph connected me immediately with the subject of a severe winter in a pristine location. The place is completely detached of human element increasing the feel of the severity of winter. The trees in the foreground, covered by snow and battered by freezing wind convey a feeling of dynamic tension. The choice of placement of all trees in the panoramic frame is… read more.
Want to make sure your photographs stand apart from the crowd? Make a series, tell us a story!
How do we distinguish ourselves when so many images are produced in the world each day? How do we discover our own photographic style and find the best way to express it? You can now submit series on Terra Quantum! At Terra Quantum we believe that the artist’s visibility is enhanced if he or she is able to build a signature. This can be done by publishing a series— several pictures that are linked together because they share a common theme. Today, being recognized for just single pictures has… read more.
Image of December: 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.