2019 A YEAR OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXCELLENCE

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.

Damaged Earth: a new Gallery by Terra Quantum

In 2019, according to the not-for-profit organization Global Footprint Network, humanity has exhausted the yearly budget of Nature on July, the 29th. This date is called the Earth Overshoot Day. Therefore, after this day, we draw down the natural resources and accumulate carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Alternatively speaking, it means that our current consumption is equivalent to 1,7 Earth planets. Terra Quantum opens a new photographic gallery dedicated to this issue. Keeping our photographic excellence requirement, we will display the work of some photographers who act as the witnesses of Earth destruction and its possible future consequences. May their images have a salutary effect on all of us. read more.

2018 A YEAR OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXCELLENCE

For its third 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 (18 interviews as of today!), Benoit Talabot for designing Life and again, the Jury for its constance and regularity. Logically Terra Quantum has been growing fast and many companies invite us to take part in events and buy images. Recently a second platform "Life" has been launched. Photographer Nick Brandt inaugurated this event with several photos of his series "Inherit the Dust", a major and exceptional work about environmental and animal life deterioration. We are working on various new projects; you will find out more very soon. We wish you a great and beautiful 2019. Let's all keep an eye on our planet while photographing! Samuel Feron - Luis Belmar Letelier read more.

William Neill on Terra Quantum!

It is with great pleasure that we announce that William Neill will write regularly for Terra Quantum. As a photographer and writer, he doesn’t really need any introductions, as he has long been an iconic nature photographer and contributor to many photographic magazines. His photographic roots go back to working at The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park. William has been a resident of the Yosemite National Park area since 1977. In his photographs he conveys the deep, spiritual beauty he sees and feels in Nature. Whether classical landscapes or nature abstracts, his work always reminds us of this deep connection with our planet. Neill’s award-winning photography has been widely published in books and magazines, and his prints have been collected and exhibited in museums and galleries, including the Museum of Fine Art Boston, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Vernon Collection, and The Polaroid Collection. Neill’s assignment and published credits include National Geographic, Life, Smithsonian, Natural History, National Wildlife, Conde Nast Traveler and many more. read more.

Tribute to Nick Brandt

Alleyway with Chimpanzee by Nick Brandt

It has become apparent that our planet and its wildlife is dying, victims of the human activity, pollution, maltreatment, environmental spoilage and litter. It seems that our world has two enemies: men and their indifference. If no actions are taken, the situation will deteriorate. That’s why the work of Nick Brandt is so important - it is powerful and shocking. read more.