AmericaConceptInterstellar by Simon McCheung

Dodho Magazine 16 hours ago 6 min 545
The series ‘Interstellar’ was created to portray the social media bubble that most of us have been immersed in that we don’t realise the real life issues that are occurring beneath our feet. 

EuropeStoryThe World from Afar by Trevor Cole

Dodho Magazine 16 hours ago 6 min 788
The Afar tribe live in a very isolated and barren part of the Earth, yet they make a living from the extraction of salt and exporting it to the Ethiopian highlands.

B&WConceptEuropeDream construction by Cyrille Druart

Dodho Magazine 16 hours ago 6 min 508
In the same way my profession of Architect allows me to plunge the visitors by confronting them with powerful, thick, high walls, or with heavy, dark atmospheres; I like images that transport people, which open the doors of another world.

ConceptEuropeThe Weight Of Water by Jennifer Orhélys

Dodho Magazine 17 hours ago 11 min 419
The Weight of Water is a serie of self-portraits contrasting and colourful of modern-day sirens and nymphs. After seizing the telluric forces of the series My Wild Tales, as a metaphor for an inner emotional tremor.

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Interstellar by Simon McCheung

AmericaConceptInterstellar by Simon McCheung

The series ‘Interstellar’ was created to portray the social media bubble that most of us have been immersed in that we don’t realise the real life issues that are occurring beneath our feet. 
16 hours ago 6 min 545
The World from Afar by Trevor Cole

EuropeStoryThe World from Afar by Trevor Cole

The Afar tribe live in a very isolated and barren part of the Earth, yet they make a living from the extraction of salt and exporting it to the Ethiopian highlands.
16 hours ago 6 min 788
Dream construction by Cyrille Druart

B&WConceptEuropeDream construction by Cyrille Druart

In the same way my profession of Architect allows me to plunge the visitors by confronting them with powerful, thick, high walls, or with heavy, dark atmospheres; I like images that transport people, which open the doors of another world.
16 hours ago 6 min 508
The Weight Of Water by Jennifer Orhélys

ConceptEuropeThe Weight Of Water by Jennifer Orhélys

The Weight of Water is a serie of self-portraits contrasting and colourful of modern-day sirens and nymphs. After seizing the telluric forces of the series My Wild Tales, as a metaphor for an inner emotional tremor.
17 hours ago 11 min 419
Paris Photo 2018

EuropeNewsParis Photo 2018

Paris (8 Nov – 11 Nov 2018) Paris Photo, premier international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium, announces 180 exhibitors for the main gallery and book sectors—149 galleries and 31 art book dealers representing 28 countries
19 hours ago 9 min 364
The photography of Luis María Barrio

B&WEuropeShotThe photography of Luis María Barrio

This project is based on a miscellany of photos that I have been collecting during my travels to India, Morocco, China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Burma and Romania. A selection of individual images that are not interconnected and in which I show characters
2 days ago 9 min 652
Drift, In-Between by Merethe Wessel-Berg

B&WCityEuropeDrift, In-Between by Merethe Wessel-Berg

The streets carry our stories.People drifting, with no destination. People going to and from – habitual actions, cornerstones of an everyday life. 
2 days ago 18 min 681
Old Way by Yuri Rodolfo Alvarez

AmericaB&WConceptOld Way by Yuri Rodolfo Alvarez

It is a deep trip done to closed eyes, building internal images across the skin, for secondary and deep ways of the Toscana, in a place of Siena’s province
2 days ago 7 min 620

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The photography of Iulian Ignat

B&WEuropeNudeThe photography of Iulian Ignat

Can I find through photography a resemblance, a way to communicate between the lines of the city and womanhood grace? Between their inner rhythms, energies? 
2 days ago 6 min 521
Not in Kansas by Vicky Martin

ConceptEuropeNot in Kansas by Vicky Martin

Not In Kansas is a staged series of photographs inspired by the tenacious, self- reliant character Dorothy from the story The Wizard of Oz.
5 days ago 7 min 903
Inner Beauty by Julien De Wilde

B&WEuropeShotInner Beauty by Julien De Wilde

Beauty is a relative concept that means something different to all of us. From my point of view, beauty means grace, modesty, sincerity and spirituality. Nothing to do with our appearance. Beauty does not need anything.
5 days ago 8 min 871
Artasura by Moga Alexandru

ConceptEuropeArtasura by Moga Alexandru

Artasura, is a concept series that started back in 2012 with the picture Roots. Back then I had an incipient idea of raw primitive imagery that would depict humans in all sorts of nature landscapes, but it was never explored enough. In 2018 the inspiration struck, everything connected and a series of shots started to slowly emerge and take shape and color. The gods always had a powerful grip and exerted a great fascination on…
5 days ago 9 min 1384
Street show by Stéphane Navailles

B&WCityEuropeStreet show by Stéphane Navailles

Perhaps it is not as colourful as a ramble through the Guell Park, in Barcelona, but strolling along the streets in Paris or Strasburg is full of fleeting figures and elusive emotions.
5 days ago 9 min 585
Landscapes of Japan by Jun Pagalilauan

AsiaB&WHabitatLandscapes of Japan by Jun Pagalilauan

Jun Pagalilauan is Filipino  Architect based in Singapore. His intrinsic passion in fine arts depicts the fiber of his works through his lens. 
6 days ago 9 min 1969
Patagonia by Jim Riche

AmericaB&WHabitatPatagonia by Jim Riche

There is something about the expanse of Patagonia, a kind of haunting soulfulness, that affects you physically.  Few places grab you like this and hold on so tightly and for so long.
6 days ago 12 min 763
The mysteries by Giancarlo Rupolo

B&WEuropeStoryThe mysteries by Giancarlo Rupolo

In the week before Easter, Trapani changes face and rediscovered still firmly attached to its roots. Trapani back to the rituals of ancient spirituality, after 400 years still deeply alive.
6 days ago 8 min 650
When the ground falls by Debarchan Chatterjee

AsiaStoryWhen the ground falls by Debarchan Chatterjee

Many people were feared trapped underneath, some still in their vehicles. One person(Soumen Bag, 28, was travelling from Silpara to College Street) was killed on spot and 24 were injured and they have been shifted to the hospital.
6 days ago 13 min 601
The streets of Sao Tome e Principe by Trevor Cole

EuropeStoryThe streets of Sao Tome e Principe by Trevor Cole

A small archipelago off the coast of Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea, almost exactly on the equator. The second smallest African country (after the Seychelles) and a former Portuguese colony with a legacy of slavery
7 days ago 9 min 1203
States of Grace by Wendi Schneider

AmericaB&WHabitatStates of Grace by Wendi Schneider

In States of Grace, I illuminate beauty amidst the chaos. I’m calmed by the simplicity of a graceful line and the stillness of the suspended moment and compelled to share an impression of the serenity I find there. 
7 days ago 8 min 1223
Street Photography by Amir Lavon

AsiaB&WCityStreet Photography by Amir Lavon

More than anything Street Photography is an attitude, it is an openness to being amazed by what comes your way, it is unlearning the habit of categorizing and dismissi the everyday as being ‘just the everyday’ and beginning to recognize that extraordinary
7 days ago 12 min 726
Definitive Ambiguities by Jack Savage

B&WConceptEuropeDefinitive Ambiguities by Jack Savage

As the contemporary photographic world moves as if in fast forward, this photographic series by London-based Jack Savage is committed to the power of memory and its often haunted shadows.
1 week ago 18 min 910
Night Tales by Babis Kougemitros

ConceptEuropeNight Tales by Babis Kougemitros

The nocturnal wandering in the borderland of the city and in the far away fields is characterised by darkness and danger. However, the fear that the night ignites is tempered by the freedom it entails.
1 week ago 11 min 854
Brick by Brick by France Leclerc

AmericaStoryBrick by Brick by France Leclerc

With its 163 million-strong population, Bangladesh is in the midst of a construction boom and with that expansion comes a need for cheap construction materials.  Such high demand has lead brickmaking to thrive.
1 week ago 10 min 913
Archive of the Ego by Frances Jakubek

AmericaB&WNudeArchive of the Ego by Frances Jakubek

The feelings I have toward specific images change over the years and as I grow older than the subject in the photograph, my criticisms and self-consciousness morph with me. This project will expose itself over the years and images my ego cannot handle to share now will have opportunity to change the narrative later. 
1 week ago 7 min 907
Tropical hair salons by Laurent Muschel

EuropeStoryTropical hair salons by Laurent Muschel

In Africa and Latin America, hairdressers not only cut, shave and style hair; they build up hair like real architects.  The tropical “Salon de coiffure” is, however, a very diverse world; from street barbershops to posh hair salons.
2 weeks ago 8 min 937
Parcela M11 by Marcin Walko

B&WEuropeStoryParcela M11 by Marcin Walko

On July 12, 1995, in the face of the UN’s refusal to evacuate the civilian population, General MladiÊ ordered the separation of all men and boys aged between 15 and 77, and organized the deportation of women and children from the PotoËari area, previously prepared buses that deported them within 30 hours. in safe areas.
2 weeks ago 20 min 1005
I´m the street by Omri Shomer

AsiaCityI´m the street by Omri Shomer

I’ve thought about it more than once, where does my urge to go out and take pictures in the street comes from. After all, it is not a natural thing to go out and photograph strangers.For seven years now I worked as a copywriter for advertising companies, responsible for ideas, new stories.
2 weeks ago 10 min 1017
Heart of the Yi by Oliver Klink

AmericaB&WStoryHeart of the Yi by Oliver Klink

For centuries, the Yi people have been surviving in the remote mountainous regions of China. In relative isolation, they have developed their own language, costumes and customs.
2 weeks ago 24 min 689
After Gorkha by Irene Barlian

AsiaStoryAfter Gorkha by Irene Barlian

Sixty percent of the cultural heritage that includes temples, monasteries, stupas, monasteries, and other historical buildings were severely damaged or even completely destroyed. Gorkha, once a historical figure known for his courage and strength
2 weeks ago 13 min 772
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AmericaB&WCityStreet Portraits or Portrait of a Town by Judith Rodriguez

Why to portrait a person, a place? We live a time when singularity, otherness tend to disappear under a global order,    the “other” as mystery tends to fade under the proliferation of the same.
2 weeks ago 10 min 2772
Aqueous by Weldon Brewster

AmericaB&WHabitatAqueous by Weldon Brewster

As a photographer I crave to create my own vision that is quite different to the world around me. I want to cast away the visual anchors that viewers rely on so they can free their imaginations.
2 weeks ago 5 min 634
Silent Moments – a collection of visual poems by Håkan Strand

B&WEuropeHabitatSilent Moments – a collection of visual poems by Håkan Strand

Håkan Strand’s calming approach is reflected through his use of traditional black and white analogue photography, which pays tribute to the tradition of the great masters. This is his own way of battling the fast pace and excesses of modern life.
2 weeks ago 11 min 1589
One day in Paris by  Erlend Mikael Sæverud

CityEuropeOne day in Paris by Erlend Mikael Sæverud

Erlend Mikael Sæverud (1975) photographer from Oslo, Norway masters his medium by patiently tapping into solemn moments that elicit universal truths. Known for his black and white photographs with an essence of ephemerality and omnipresence of subtlety, he shifts the narrative by using color in his series One Day in Paris.
2 weeks ago 10 min 1616
Am I the fairest? by Andreas Theologitis

B&WEuropeNudeAm I the fairest? by Andreas Theologitis

The female nudes of Andreas Theologitis present themselves nonchalant and proud, courageous and imposing, familiar and remote. These black and white photographs have been created following the codes established through varying approaches to the theme of the nude
2 weeks ago 12 min 897
Desert by Romain Leclerc

AmericaB&WHabitatDesert by Romain Leclerc

This series was photographed and documented in November 2017 for four days while I visited my father in Brazil. We explored the desert of Jericoacoara, the Atlantic coastline in the north of Brazil.  The unexpected combination of the desert between the blue ocean and white sand dunes spread over 200 kilometers side by side took my breath away.
2 weeks ago 10 min 788
The Last Avatar -Head Hunters by Aman Chotani

AsiaStoryThe Last Avatar -Head Hunters by Aman Chotani

When we think of tribes, the first thing that comes to our mind is, “what did those tribesmen and women believe in?” “What were their customs and beliefs?” That’s what I asked about the Konyak tribe that was nestled in Nagaland, India, in regard to the famous headhunters. 
2 weeks ago 15 min 951
Waterlily by Zuzu Valla

EuropeShotWaterlily by Zuzu Valla

It was a very hot day, over 30 degrees. Day before l was cycling with my husband and find beautiful lake for this photo shoot, l put on social media that l am looking for a brave model who will not be afraid to go into lake for the pictures. My friend Martyna answer as first.
2 weeks ago 9 min 1158
Jeff Rothstein ; Street photographer – New York City Images 1969-2006

AmericaB&WCityJeff Rothstein ; Street photographer – New York City Images 1969-2006

I’ve been photographing my hometown, New York City, for many, many years. To put things in perspective, the Beatles were still making music when I bought my first “serious” camera.
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Alveare by Isabella Sommati

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I overheard these sentences while shooting in the locker room describe the daily micro eeality of the female universe: different interests, cultures and ages melting in a sport that is usually played by men.
2 months ago 10 min 2831
Female symbol by Mona Alikhah

AsiaB&WNudeFemale symbol by Mona Alikhah

Female symbol is the title of my new serie about the feeling of a woman when she hears about her cancer. “You can be a peacock in life, full of life and yet have a broken heart.”
2 months ago 7 min 2878
City in Protest by Debarchan Chatterjee

AsiaStoryCity in Protest by Debarchan Chatterjee

On 10th january 2018,a 8-year old girl name Asifa Bano was abducted ,raped and murdered brutally in Rasana village near Kathua in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.
2 months ago 14 min 1190
Instant Stage by Ioana Tăut

B&WEuropeShotInstant Stage by Ioana Tăut

The photographs that can be seen in my submission are part of my latest project called “Instant Stage”. The name of the series presents the subject it handles and the medium through which the series was created. 
2 months ago 10 min 1861
30,000 Dunam by Sofie Berzon MacKie

AsiaB&WStory30,000 Dunam by Sofie Berzon MacKie

Since then Hamas, the Palestinian Sunni-Islamist fundamentalist organization ruling the Gaza Strip, have sent thousands of terror kites  with burning tails and attached explosives over the border from the Gaza Strip to Israel.
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The Tribal Heartland of India by Tania Chatterjee

AsiaFeaturedStoryThe Tribal Heartland of India by Tania Chatterjee

Bastar is the tribal heartland and treasure trove of ancient Indian culture. Today Bastar, is a part of the State of Chhattisgarh, India. It is a land of undiscovered surprises, with mysterious forests, breath-taking waterfalls
2 months ago 1 13 min 2119
Landscapes by Max Lazzi

EuropeHabitatLandscapes by Max Lazzi

Max Lazzi, forty-eight years old, an Italian born in Lucca in Tuscany, a craftsman who works for his own company with a great passion for photography.
2 months ago 17 min 1930
Anthracite by Nick Gandano

B&WEuropeFeaturedShotAnthracite by Nick Gandano

Anthracite is the most metamorphic mineral coal and has the highest carbon content. Its colour ranges from black to metallic grey
2 months ago 10 min 4898
Living in Peace by Pedro Sutter

AmericaB&WStoryLiving in Peace by Pedro Sutter

This work I am sending you is about witnessing and taking part of the peace process of Mozambique back in 1992-1994, during the ONUMOZ (United Nations electoral mission).
2 months ago 13 min 2759
The photography of Joris van der ploeg

B&WEuropeShotThe photography of Joris van der ploeg

The sublimity of nature, whether it is the mystique of natural  landscapes  or the purity of  water on the mountains are captured in my photography.
2 months ago 11 min 3039
Spirit of the Village by Oliver Klink

AmericaB&WFeaturedStorySpirit of the Village by Oliver Klink

Un-numbered homes are the norm, as everybody knows each other.Streets wind in un-orderly fashion over streams of running water, sometimes fresh often as open sewage.
2 months ago 23 min 3750
Kid Jockeys by Alain Schroeder

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryKid Jockeys by Alain Schroeder

Once a game between neighbors to celebrate a good harvest, horse racing was transformed into a spectator sport by the Dutch in the 20th century to entertain officials and nobility.
2 months ago 15 min 2792
Odenwald by Harald Weimann

B&WEuropeHabitatOdenwald by Harald Weimann

The photos belong to my first project after a 25 years break in photography, called “Odenwald – Forms and Impressions”. Odenwald is a natural park with a lot of forests. 
2 months ago 12 min 1351
Double Vision by Toru Takagi

AsiaB&WNudeDouble Vision by Toru Takagi

After working for advertisement and sales promotion for about 20 years as an art director / graphic designer, I began to search the art for answers about the proposition of life and death.
2 months ago 8 min 1804
Football Fever in City of Joy by Pritam Dutta

AsiaStoryFootball Fever in City of Joy by Pritam Dutta

India has never played in the Football World Cup and the sport struggles to attract anything even remotely similar to the enthusiasm which cricket, the national obsession is universally greeted with across the country.
2 months ago 16 min 2227
TeaHouse by Thomas Phoon

AsiaB&WStoryTeaHouse by Thomas Phoon

In China date back to the Western Jin Dynasty (265-316) and are believed to have originated in Sichuan Province.Their character formed and developed during subsequent dynasties as they spread across China to become focal points of social
2 months ago 8 min 2679
Working Shadows by Amaury Wenger

B&WEuropeShotWorking Shadows by Amaury Wenger

My goal was then to meet them, get to know them and give these hard-working bodies the importance they deserve, both in action during their work, or as ephemeral model under the lights of the improvised studio. 
2 months ago 7 min 1810
A Sacred Pledge in Bromo by Reza Fitriyanto

AsiaStoryA Sacred Pledge in Bromo by Reza Fitriyanto

Witnessing Yadnya Kasada, a centuries-old tradition of the Tengger Tribe in Mount Bromo, East Java… On the 14th day of the month of Kasada (a Tengger Tribe’s calendar) during Full Moon
2 months ago 15 min 1635

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Rohingyas, what’s next? by Erwan Rogard

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Since August 25, 2017, extreme violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar, has driven an estimated 687,000 Rohingya refugees across theborder into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Generations of statelessness imposed vulnerabilities on these people
2 months ago 17 min 1743
Female portraits by Marianna Jaszczuk

B&WEuropeShotFemale portraits by Marianna Jaszczuk

This is a collecion of images of women that I have had a pleasure to photograph. Female portraits has been a very special experience from the perspective of an artist, and a human being.
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Road to Kona ; An Ironman Triathlon by Alessandro Annunziata

B&WEuropeStoryRoad to Kona ; An Ironman Triathlon by Alessandro Annunziata

An Ironman Triathlon is one of a series of long-distance triathlon races organized by the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC), consisting of a 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.25 km) bicycle ride and a marathon 26.22-mile (42.20 km) run
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With the series Recanto Frang Dushaj is paying tribute to a little haven, a little place he calls his own but which he gladly shares with everyone. In mind he can visit it whenever he wants, otherwise he needs a camera and a pair of good shoes. 
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Festival of Lilies by Umberto Lucarelli

B&WEuropeStoryFestival of Lilies by Umberto Lucarelli

The Festival of Lilies is a popular Catholic celebration that takes place every year at Nola (Naples, Italy) on the occasion of the patron saint celebration dedicated to San Paolino.
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Walk in the light by Shirren Lim

AsiaB&WCityWalk in the light by Shirren Lim

Everything is a play of light. I love exploring the duality of the yin and yang nature.For this project, I want people to see my work and think beyond the obvious and observe more closely the world around them.
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Soul of the Burkitshi by Oliver Klink

AmericaB&WStorySoul of the Burkitshi by Oliver Klink

For nomadic tribes, their survival depends not only on training these majestic birds but in passing on their skills to the younger generation.
2 months ago 10 min 2338
Boarding House parents by Ashley Comer

EuropeShotBoarding House parents by Ashley Comer

I’ve spent the past few months as artist-in-residence at a UK Independent Boarding School. A part of my experience at Uppingham that I will never forget is the uniqueness of the lunch system here.
2 months ago 8 min 2812
Bikers and Automobiles by Francesco Scalici

B&WEuropeStoryBikers and Automobiles by Francesco Scalici

Spotting the coolest guy sitting down and smoking a cigarette, while looking at something to the side compelled me to capture the image ‘Looking West’.
3 months ago 8 min 3123
Lime Workers by Xavier Ferrer Chust

B&WEuropeStoryLime Workers by Xavier Ferrer Chust

The production of lime in kilns is an old technology with more than 2000 years old, it is believed that it was developed by the Romans around 300 BC.
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The Celebrations of Nine Emperor Gods by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryThe Celebrations of Nine Emperor Gods by Aga Szydlik

Celebrated in the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar, the annual festival promotes the abstinence from meat in order to aid in preserving good health and peace of mind for all the participants. 
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Manhattan Visits by Kip Harris

AmericaB&WCityManhattan Visits by Kip Harris

My visual memory of New York City has always been in black and white. Although some of the best and most colorful paintings ever created are found in its museums, Manhattan is, for me, a place composed from an incredible range of grays.
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Un-numbered homes are the norm, as everybody knows each other.Streets wind in un-orderly fashion over streams of running water, sometimes fresh often as open sewage.

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