Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

The photographs of dance improvisations, accompanied by the dancers’ own words, trace the resuscitation of the dancers and their practice when, in the absence of colleagues and audiences, they reinvented their relation to their bodies and to the discipline of dance.

Tithe Muse by Nicoletta Cerasomma

Teresa Bandettini was one of the most talented eclectic woman of the XIX century. She was well known as the intellectual dancer due to her captivating and touching extemporization performances.

My Americana by Joseph Patronite

“My Americana” is a long-term photography essay. Its goal: to create a contemporary view of the people, places or happenings which depict The United States of America.

My mum by Viet Van Tran

To me, my mum, 88 years old, is a mirror of her will to rise up in the life and overcome disease. I want to record some moments forever, not only in my mind and heart, but also in a tangible shape.

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The spirit of DODHO’s printed edition is first and foremost an opportunity to connect with a photographic audience that values the beauty of print and those photographers exhibited within the pages of this magazine.

We invite professional and amateur photographers from all around the world to share their work in our printed edition.

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Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

The photographs of dance improvisations, accompanied by the dancers’ own words, trace the resuscitation of the dancers and their practice when, in the absence of colleagues and audiences, they reinvented their relation to their bodies and to the discipline of dance.
Tithe Muse by Nicoletta Cerasomma

Tithe Muse by Nicoletta Cerasomma

Teresa Bandettini was one of the most talented eclectic woman of the XIX century. She was well known as the intellectual dancer due to her captivating and touching extemporization performances.
My Americana by Joseph Patronite

My Americana by Joseph Patronite

“My Americana” is a long-term photography essay. Its goal: to create a contemporary view of the people, places or happenings which depict The United States of America.
My mum by Viet Van Tran

My mum by Viet Van Tran

To me, my mum, 88 years old, is a mirror of her will to rise up in the life and overcome disease. I want to record some moments forever, not only in my mind and heart, but also in a tangible shape.
From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

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Beginning to die by Ana Leal

The work “Beginning to die” reflects on the physical and psychological aspects that women go through when their fertility naturally comes to an end. I started this project in 2019 when appeared the first signs that I was entering the climacteric, the period that women go through until they reach menopause, which is actually the last menstrual cycle.
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Love is love by Saskia van den Boom

Love is love by Saskia van den Boom

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The Netarhat Firing Range Protest by Ishan Banerjee

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Only 5 photographers are selected for this exemplary exhibition, curated and presented to the highest standards by one of the leading contemporary art galleries

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Alone in the world Saskia van den Boom

Alone in the world Saskia van den Boom

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Unusual Landscapes by Kaushik Dolui

Unusual Landscapes by Kaushik Dolui

We humans are part on nature but man-made artifacts  in vast landscapes may also affects our mind in a different way. All I tried to express how much it attracts us in forms, colors and shapes against a vast mountain landscape of timeless terrain.
Story on celebration of Gajan Festival in West Bengal by Shaibal Nandi

Story on celebration of Gajan Festival in West Bengal by Shaibal Nandi

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This is water by Ann Prochilo

This is water by Ann Prochilo

This is Water project was selected and published in our print edition 19. This is Water is inspired by a commencement speech by the writer, David Foster Wallace. He shared the story of two fish swimming along who meet an older fish swimming in the opposite direction.
GuruShots: Water World

GuruShots: Water World

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots "The Worlds Greatest Photo Game" in a photo challenge contest titled "Water World"  Over 100,000 photos were submitted. GuruShots is a platform for people who love taking photos. GuruShots believes that taking photos is an amazing way to express one’s self.
My once secret garden by Alva Bernadine

My once secret garden by Alva Bernadine

It was said to be the best blossom show since the late fifties. The spring was warm and many of the bushes bloomed at the same time, putting on quite a display in the streets and gardens.
Photo Independent Virtual Fair 2022

Photo Independent Virtual Fair 2022

Photo Independent, the premiere international photography fair devoted to showcasing fine art photographers, is currently accepting applications for our first ever virtual edition, launching July 1–17, 2022.
The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances project was selected and published in our print edition 19. As the sun is setting in the tribal areas of East Africa, one can often hear the sound of beating drums and joyful voices coming from the villages.
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The most realistic representation of my perspective by Ricardo Reis

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Monochromatic Awards

We invite you to participate in the first edition
of the monochromatic awards. We are looking
for the best monochrome picture for this year, 2022.

The contest is open to any interpretation of monochromatic photography,
black and white, grayscale, sepia or any type of tone.

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Sedated by Saskia van den Boom

Sedated by Saskia van den Boom

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Boxing; Muay Thai kids by Alain Schroeder

Boxing; Muay Thai kids by Alain Schroeder

Muay Thai kids project was selected and published in our print edition 19. Far from Thailand’s iconic tourist destinations, Isaan, the kingdom’s largest region, reaches north and east to the borders of Laos and Cambodia.
Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

India has always held a special place in my heart. My first visit was during an extremely difficult period in my life, as my husband had just been diagnosed with a terminal illness. 

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Fotopoesie: The backstage story of a photo book

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How To Take Your Photography Business To The Next Level

How To Take Your Photography Business To The Next Level

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Nude Portraits by Martin Zurmühle

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What is lost…what has been by John Paul Evans

What is lost…what has been by John Paul Evans

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A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

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Death is a teacher by Srideep Banerjee

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Salt Making by Ly Hoang Long

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Ingrid Weyland; Topographies of Fragility

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People of the Earth: San tribe by Aga Szydlik

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The Last Nomadic Hunter-Gatherers of the Himalayas by Jan Møller Hansen

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Jim Mortram

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Window Project by Davida Carta

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Andrea Rossato ; Joy for all ages …

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Nude York by Reka Nyari

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Francisco Arteaga, Street photographer

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Fez Undressed by Alessandro Annunziata

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Lights Out by Esteban Brocos

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