City Anonymity; Upending the notion of street photography by Lisa Saltzman

Photographers, historically, have focused on two aspects of the street as subject: the socio-political character of human interactions and the occasions for expressive gesture. Great as these traditions are, I found they left out significant aspects of our actual perceptual experience of the street — its locations and people.

Old Photo Studios in Delhi by Huda Ayisha and Syed Muskan

India has a well-established and beloved history with painting, art and culture. In the 1990s, photography studios began to take over the art of storytelling. Since independence and even before the undivided India, many photo studios have been seen and witnessed.

52 Hz: Echoes of Solitude in Aliaksei Matveyeu’s Universe

Many people experience loneliness, but they may not fully understand the feelings and discomfort caused by this emotion. Lonely people often feel a lack of understanding and connection, regardless of the number of social contacts.

The Moodboards by Stefania Piccioni: A Visual Diary of Imagination and Desire

In this virtual table I wanted to represent a personal diary with a series of photographs taken of different subjects, in different places and in different situations. Designing this moodboard was a fun and creative way to travel back in memory, in a sort of mental map, which allowed me to calmly organize a lot of material, in order to find an original interpretation that told of me.

Monasteries and abbeys: In Silentio et In Spe Erit Fortitudo Vestra by Alessandro Giugni

The project In Silentio et in Spe Erit Fortitudo Vestra stems from my desire to undertake a journey to rediscover monasteries and abbeys, places where the purest forms of spiritual research have been handed down for centuries.

Magazine

Our printed editions, circulating throughout various galleries, festivals and agencies are dipped in creativity.

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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