A Himalayan Journey By Abhijit Bose

The beauty of The Himalayan Region is its color and mood. I explored almost every season and made trips towards Terrain Region. It was a treat to my senses when I used to watch changes in color of a region just fifteen minutes away from another place getting washed in torrential rain. I realized nature as the biggest chameleon.

Underwater by Mike Potts

I see the water as a metaphor for a dream medium and I try to meet my subjects on that boundary and hope that we are able to take the viewer from tranquil peace to a burst of creation and back again. Underwater project was selected and published in our print edition 22.

A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution, is Alchemy (2021), a collection of 14 vibrant chromogenic prints. Each one reiterates the same basic composition and design, with Ilana’s avatar recurring indomitably across two orderly rows. 

Turin; You Do Not See by Riccardo Surace

The project titled What You Do Not See, Unordinary tells the story of the City of Turin, my city, seen through the eyes of passersby. All photographs have been captured with a long exposure technique; in other words, I mixed then history of the city with my own history, my life experience. In fact, after five years spent fighting a disease, my artistic purpose is primarily that of representing the all too familiar feeling when, as a young man wandering through the city, one feels invisible, and yet still he is thoroughly involved in its daily frenzy.

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A Himalayan Journey By Abhijit Bose

A Himalayan Journey By Abhijit Bose

The beauty of The Himalayan Region is its color and mood. I explored almost every season and made trips towards Terrain Region. It was a treat to my senses when I used to watch changes in color of a region just fifteen minutes away from another place getting washed in torrential rain. I realized nature as the biggest chameleon.
Underwater by Mike Potts

Underwater by Mike Potts

I see the water as a metaphor for a dream medium and I try to meet my subjects on that boundary and hope that we are able to take the viewer from tranquil peace to a burst of creation and back again. Underwater project was selected and published in our print edition 22.
A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution, is Alchemy (2021), a collection of 14 vibrant chromogenic prints. Each one reiterates the same basic composition and design, with Ilana’s avatar recurring indomitably across two orderly rows. 
Exhibition; Altres móns, altres mirades by Elena Molina

Exhibition; Altres móns, altres mirades by Elena Molina

The photographic exhibition "Altres Móns, Altres Mirades", by Elena Molina, is a solidarity project, whose proceeds will go entirely to the Malaika Foundation
Turin; You Do Not See by Riccardo Surace

Turin; You Do Not See by Riccardo Surace

The project titled What You Do Not See, Unordinary tells the story of the City of Turin, my city, seen through the eyes of passersby. All photographs have been captured with a long exposure technique; in other words, I mixed then history of the city with my own history, my life experience. In fact, after five years spent fighting a disease, my artistic purpose is primarily that of representing the all too familiar feeling when, as a young man wandering through the city, one feels invisible, and yet still he is thoroughly involved in its daily frenzy.
Fragments by Anne-Marie Giroux.

Fragments by Anne-Marie Giroux.

Fragments is a project within a project. Since 2020, I have been working on an installation project entitled Drifts Drifting Phase II which will be presented at Espace Produit Rien in Montréal in April 2023. The installation proposes a questioning of human and artistic drift, theme that I have been exploring since 2014. Adopting a critical and mocking approach on the relevance of the very essence of the art object, I also question the relevance of being an artist, and particularly, the relevance of being a woman artist.
Exclusive interview with Henriëtte HJIMvanGasteren

Exclusive interview with Henriëtte HJIMvanGasteren

I have had the privilege to interview Henriëtte HJIMvanGasteren, formerly known as Lilith, for Dodho Magazine. In this honest and sincere conversation, she shows us why she is so interesting as a creator, and also as an artist persona.
Til All Is Correct by Louise Fago-Ruskin

Til All Is Correct by Louise Fago-Ruskin

I like to think of my Great Uncle Moszek hovering  somewhere between floors 8 and 12 of Nalewki Street  9 in the Warsaw ghetto. It is a safe place, this imagined placement of his body. Down below the streets of the ghetto are not safe. A German soldier has been killed and revenge is about to be sought. Boots are  heard on the ground, moving ever closer to number 9.
The Disappearing Land by Claire Maen

The Disappearing Land by Claire Maen

The California Central Valley has gone from a semi-desert state to one of the most productive lands in the world in less than 180 years. It now produces more than half of the United States' fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
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We invite you to participate in the first edition of the Nude Photography Awards. Our call is open to any artistic interpretation of nude photography.

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Monochromatic Awards 2022: The best 100 images along with the winning images published in the yearly book “Monochromatic – Best Photographers of 2022”

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Flesh and Bones, Life Dance by Dave Hanson

Flesh and Bones, Life Dance by Dave Hanson

The body is the coat of our bones and the choir house of our souls. Its beauty is inherent and yet mysterious. Artistically, for me, the nude has always presented challenges and opportunities to be able to create images that are visually interesting and authentic.
BlackDust by Olivier Valsecchi

BlackDust by Olivier Valsecchi

BlackDust is a three years long project reinvestigating the theme of Incarnation and life cycles, dear to Valsecchi. While highlighting the artist’s photographic mastery through near-to monochromatic images, Black Dust is the final chapter to Valsecchi’s
The surreal photography of Giovanna Viola

The surreal photography of Giovanna Viola

My current work arises out of a necessity for connection and communication, a feeling that was born when I moved to a country away from everything that was known to me - a different language, an unfamiliar culture, no friends, no family, but full of a million ideas.
Remembrance by Tony Chirinos

Remembrance by Tony Chirinos

Remembrance addresses how an artist has a biased eye. The eye that created these images as a project was the heart’s eye, and by its naiveté, it unwillingly structured an underlining theme of death and the vulnerability of life. Why do I create these images, who gets affected, where should I present this work, and what is the overall outcome that I want as an artist?
Discover The Beauty And Usefulness Of Architectural Photography

Discover The Beauty And Usefulness Of Architectural Photography

If you're an architecture lover, you know there's nothing like seeing the perfect photo of a stunning building. Architectural photography is a specialized type of capturing images that reveal the beauty and intricacies of buildings and other structures. This blog post will discuss this art and some of its most common uses.
He / She by Stefania Pucci

He / She by Stefania Pucci

Andrea is a woman. In a man's body. This is the definition of h*self that everyone has when it has to do with him. This description, however, doesn't tell what exactly Andrea is. This description doesn't tell anything about strength,  anything about the pride, doesn't tell anything about the road h* traveled to be here now.

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Portraits from the wilderness by Graeme Purdy

Portraits from the wilderness by Graeme Purdy

Portraits from the wilderness was selected and published in our print edition 21. My photography has been inspired by nature, wild animals and my love of the outdoors. More recently, I am driven to help protect our wildlife and wild places.
Winners: Color Awards 2022

Winners: Color Awards 2022

We are honored to present 100 amazing photographers as the winners and finalists of the 2022 Color Awards. According to the criteria of our jury, which has judged all the images from four basic factors: Technique, impact, composition and style.
Odd Bodies by Peter van Stralen

Odd Bodies by Peter van Stralen

Peter van Stralen studied to become a graphic designer at the Academy of Arts in Arnhem, The Netherlands. During this study, his interest in photography was awakened. Since then, he has been working as an autonomous artist/photographer, whose non-commercial activities have mainly been focused on staged black and white photography.
Looker Watchers of the forest

Looker Watchers of the forest

Artist Gary Dawes has created a series of art works entitled LOOKER – Watchers of the Forest, which aims to raise awareness to the threats faced by trees, woodlands and forests around the world. The first art exhibition to be displayed along the Major Oak trail at the reserve.
Shadows of Emmett Till by Bob Newman

Shadows of Emmett Till by Bob Newman

Shadows of Emmett Till Project was selected and published in our print edition 22. Bob Newman is a retired physician, who for the past 15 years, has been working as a professional photographer engaged in long-term projects.
Templar Geographies

Templar Geographies

Portugal is for me a country of cracked and yet brilliant beauty; when you are there, you breathe its decadent and yet amazing grandeur; a lifestyle that is reluctant to emergencies and even to fashionable is perceived; impervious to the most vulgar novelties. The liturgies of haste and appearance there seem to be somewhat deflated.

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Sacred journey to Mongolia by Victoria Knobloch

Sacred journey to Mongolia by Victoria Knobloch

It is well said, that the true source, the true human home can only by found within. Yet as humans we live in a world with outside phenomena and the outside influences the inner and vice versa.
Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis Project was selected and published in our print edition 22. Hokkaido is the second largest and northern most island in Japan.  It produces many agricultural products like potatoes, wheat, corn and soybean.  It is home to volcanic mountains, lush forests, rolling fields and expansive lakes.  The distinct seasons and significant temperature swings between night and day give rise to breathtaking natural phenomena like mist, frost and diamond dust. 
In memory of Peter Eleveld

In memory of Peter Eleveld

Photography has always been Peter Eleveld's passion. Some time ago, Peter couldn’t feel the excitement and creativity anymore and decided to leave the corporate world behind. He was always attracted to old camera’s and historic photographic processes and started working with the Wet Plate collodion process

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Close-Up and Personal: Irving Penn

Close-Up and Personal: Irving Penn

As one of the leading photographers of the 20th Century, Irving Penn’s modernist approach aligned with the birth of modern minimalism, which in 1960s New York, provided a counter to the busyness of abstract expressionism and consumerism dominating the post-war years.
Gurushots: Travel Tales

Gurushots: Travel Tales

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots "The Worlds Greatest Photo Game" in a photo challenge contest titled "Travel Tales"  Over 100,000 photos were submitted.
The big dream of small towns by Wojciech Karliński

The big dream of small towns by Wojciech Karliński

Blocks - complexes of apartments connected by a common spatial structure, in larger agglomerations functioning as blocks of flats. Their construction, supported in the communist-ruled Poland, was a sign of progress, especially since before the war.
Stories Behind the Stories by Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan

Stories Behind the Stories by Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan

During my recent trip to South Asia, I was fortunate to shoot more than 15K photographs. Of them, many cover peoples, mostly working women. What amazes me is that more women are working, besides men, to support their families than before and in varieties of sectors, not only in garments but rather everywhere.
USA Story by alessandra caroselli

USA Story by alessandra caroselli

When there is diversity, there is variety. Often this word is used to indicate differences in race, social class or gender. To have diversity, there needs to be a mixture of everything you are talking about.
Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

The all blue photos are inspired by the colour blue of the the aether, represented by a Stupa in the Buddhist cemetery of Koyasan, Japan. The top of it is blue : the invisible ocean of pure consciousness.
Photobook: Where Italy and Europe begin, A rock called Lampedusa by Sonia Fattori and Marta Daneluzzi

Photobook: Where Italy and Europe begin, A rock called Lampedusa by Sonia Fattori and Marta Daneluzzi

The aim of the "Uno scoglio chiamato Lampedusa/A rock called Lampedusa" photographic book with text in both Italian and English, published in June 2022 by San Marco Edizioni (Italy), is a tribute to the beauty of Lampedusa, "o scogghiu", the rock, as its inhabitants affectionately call it, and a thank you for the welcome the two authors, Sonia Fattori (photographs) and Marta Daneluzzi (texts) received.
From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

This is how this project came about, "From the figurative to the abstract", a series of photographs that develops in two stages, confinement and post-confinement, and which attempts to capture how these events changed my way of perceiving reality.

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Nude by Martin Zurmühle

Nude by Martin Zurmühle

Swiss photographer Martin Zurmühle poetically highlights the beauty of nature and the female nude, exploring the complexities of life by blending a powerful psychological photographic portrayal resonating with a strong sense of empowerment. 
Pets photography; Wet Dog by Sophie Gamand

Pets photography; Wet Dog by Sophie Gamand

Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2011, with both a documentary and artistic approaches,
La vida en disparos by Jose Girl

La vida en disparos by Jose Girl

Jose Girl is a Spanish photographer living in Los Angeles since 2010.Very related to the world of rock, she has to date published 3 books of photography on this subject, and has worked with some of the most important musical publications of Spain, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia.
Havana by David Saxe

Havana by David Saxe

Havana is a city suspended in time, where life slowly drifts to a steady salsa beat. People are civil and friendly—they will argue baseball in the park, walk along the Malecon, make love, marry, and raise families
Riccardo La Valle ; Inusual and alienating

Riccardo La Valle ; Inusual and alienating

Riccardo La Valle is a photographer based in Milan, he was born in Latina in 1987, he came in touch with photography at the age of 21 years. Riccardo La Valle creates images that are ripe with juxtapositions: delicate yet bold, sensual yet strong.
Still Life – Mushrooms by Dale M. Reid

Still Life – Mushrooms by Dale M. Reid

Today my subject matter features floral, mushroom and pear studies. My mission is to capture and present a unique perspective that engages the viewer and embodies a concept or tells a story.
Erotic photography – Reka Nyari

Erotic photography – Reka Nyari

Born in 1979 to a Finnish mother and a Hungarian father, Reka started painting even before she could walk or talk. This led her to New York to study Painting at SVA at the age on
Petricor by Joaquin Bas Ros

Petricor by Joaquin Bas Ros

The 20 photographs that compose this portfolio are part of those included in Petricor, a photobook that aims to be a mirror of what is sadly beginning to be known as "Empty Spain".

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Erotic Photography by Marco Tenaglia

Erotic Photography by Marco Tenaglia

Erotic Photography, His photographs are balancing on this fine and sometimes tricky line between fashion-beauty-glamour and erotic-sexy-trashy
Erotic photography by Radoslaw Pujan

Erotic photography by Radoslaw Pujan

Born and raised in Poland. I have done IT studies on Poznan's polytechnique. Meantime of my professional work I have started taking pictures in free time. First landscapes, then portraits of friends, strangers.
Portraits by Richard Ansett

Portraits by Richard Ansett

My style and relationship to photography has been built from this foundation and I have come to realize that my fascination with other people’s lives is entirely relative to my own lack of understanding and sense of dislocation.
Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

My photographs are “short stories” about a world that is falling-down. Each shot tells about worn-out characters who, in a sudden black-out of mind and body, crash with no attempt to save themselves.
Erotic Photography; The perceptible beauty by Gary Breckheimer

Erotic Photography; The perceptible beauty by Gary Breckheimer

Gary Breckheimer is a New York City-based photographer, and has been pursuing his craft for over three decades. After attaining a BFA from Brooks Institute, he moved to New York City
Nude York by Reka Nyari

Nude York by Reka Nyari

Artist Reka Nyari has been shooting nudes all over the roofs of New York City for the past 3 years. Inspired by her feeling of loneliness from when she first arrived to the city, as well as her desire to conquer the Big Apple.
Francisco Arteaga, Street photographer

Francisco Arteaga, Street photographer

Streets are the places where all kind of souls surrounds us. Strangers become part of you once you’ve clicked, they let you know them, get into them and see what lies behind them. I look for body language, facial characteristics, particular expressions, trying to search the story that defines them.
Everyday life; Our summer stories by Kata Sedlak

Everyday life; Our summer stories by Kata Sedlak

The idea behind the photo series "Our summer stories" came to existence after my three-year break - the maternity leave.

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Yamal by Marco Marcone

Yamal by Marco Marcone

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Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis Project was selected and published in our print edition 22. Hokkaido is the second largest and northern most island in Japan.  It produces many agricultural products like potatoes, wheat, corn and soybean.  It is home to volcanic mountains, lush forests, rolling fields and expansive lakes.  The distinct seasons and significant temperature swings between night and day give rise to breathtaking natural phenomena like mist, frost and diamond dust. 
Christine Simpson ; Environmental concerns of the 21st century

Christine Simpson ; Environmental concerns of the 21st century

My work is a response to the ongoing and unresolved environmental concerns of the 21st century: the changing weather patterns, disappearing ice, rising sea levels, deforestation, pollution etc.
Illusion By Emmanuelle Bousquet

Illusion By Emmanuelle Bousquet

Words do not come out, writing is painful, my speech is confused. My images reference the past and are mended in the present, never without leaving a mark.
ADD, Photography, Let’s Eat! Where the Hell Are My Keys?

ADD, Photography, Let’s Eat! Where the Hell Are My Keys?

My grades in school were always D’s and F’s.  Mostly because I didn’t go to classes that bored me.  I would go to the library and read instead. I was a voracious reader, and I credit that with my survival into adulthood.
Minimalism Photography by Gavin Dunbar

Minimalism Photography by Gavin Dunbar

Around that time I found long exposure images on Flickr and was completely blown away by the results that could be achieved using ND filters
Interview with Christos J.Palios; published in our print edition #19

Interview with Christos J.Palios; published in our print edition #19

Christos was raised as a first-generation Greek-American, a son of immigrants. These two distinct cultures forged his personal and creative evolution.
Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh by Probal Rashid

Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh by Probal Rashid

Approximately 70,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh since October 9, 2016 after the Burmese military launched clearance operations. The U.N. human rights office said in their report that Myanmar's security forces have committed mass killings
Silk by Justine Tjallinks

Silk by Justine Tjallinks

There are great expectations placed upon youth to excel in all they are and undertake. Appearance is everything.
Landscape photography by Rohan Reilly

Landscape photography by Rohan Reilly

Rohan Reilly is a self-learned photographer and gallery owner based in Kinsale, Ireland. Formerly a record label owner, producer, and DJ, Rohan lived in Barcelona, Spain for several years.
Nudity : Underneath the clothes by Lucie Nechanicka

Nudity : Underneath the clothes by Lucie Nechanicka

This series of photographs represents nudity in a pure and natural way. It is something innate that has always been here, and always will be.

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