AfricaStoryTeenage Mothers Project by Aga Szydlik

Dodho Magazine 4 weeks ago 11 min 1181
Teenage pregnancy in Uganda has increased dramatically in recent years and currently, Uganda is one of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa with highest rates of teenage pregnancy: one out of four females aged 15–19 gives birth to a child

AfricaStoryForest People – The African Pygmies of Uganda by Aga Szydlik

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 12 min 1415
The African Pygmies or Batwa people are indigenous forest-dwelling pygmy people who for centuries lived in the Bwindi and Mgahinga forests.

AfricaDnaInterview with: Princess Ayoola – Manager of Lagos Photos Festival

Francesco Scalici 4 months ago 12 min 2671
The festival’s goal has always been to bring together a diversity of images surrounding a particular theme. The theme this year seeks to explore and open up discourse about the passport not just as a document but as a form of identity rooted in all aspects of life.

AfricaB&WStoryNet fishing in Rodrigues island by Pascal Lagesse

Dodho Magazine 6 months ago 13 min 1356
Every year, on the 1st of March in Rodrigues island in the Indian Ocean, the net fishing season in launched. Groups of fishermen and women join forces and set their nets in the wide lagoon to catch fish.

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Teenage Mothers Project by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryTeenage Mothers Project by Aga Szydlik

Teenage pregnancy in Uganda has increased dramatically in recent years and currently, Uganda is one of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa with highest rates of teenage pregnancy: one out of four females aged 15–19 gives birth to a child
4 weeks ago 11 min 1181
Forest People – The African Pygmies of Uganda by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryForest People – The African Pygmies of Uganda by Aga Szydlik

The African Pygmies or Batwa people are indigenous forest-dwelling pygmy people who for centuries lived in the Bwindi and Mgahinga forests.
2 months ago 12 min 1415
Interview with: Princess Ayoola – Manager of Lagos Photos Festival

AfricaDnaInterview with: Princess Ayoola – Manager of Lagos Photos Festival

The festival’s goal has always been to bring together a diversity of images surrounding a particular theme. The theme this year seeks to explore and open up discourse about the passport not just as a document but as a form of identity rooted in all aspects of life.
4 months ago 12 min 2671
Net fishing in Rodrigues island by Pascal Lagesse

AfricaB&WStoryNet fishing in Rodrigues island by Pascal Lagesse

Every year, on the 1st of March in Rodrigues island in the Indian Ocean, the net fishing season in launched. Groups of fishermen and women join forces and set their nets in the wide lagoon to catch fish.
6 months ago 13 min 1356
The dark tribe by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryThe dark tribe by Aga Szydlik

Jammu and Kashmir is the northernmost state in India, surrounded on the north by Afghanistan and China, on the east by China, on the south by Himachal Pradesh and on the west by the north-west Pakistan. 
7 months ago 18 min 1482
Plastic Paradise by Aga Szydlik

AfricaB&WStoryPlastic Paradise by Aga Szydlik

The archipelago of San Blas comprises of over 360 tiny, coral reef islands, about half a mile from the mainland of the Isthmus of Panama and stretching to the borders of Colombia.
1 year ago 9 min 1931
Initiation Ceremony by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryInitiation Ceremony by Aga Szydlik

Initiation or Lebollo la banna is a cultural and traditional practice that the Basotho society follows to construct the manhood identity. It is a  rite of passage in the sense that boys or ‘bashemane’ pass the puberty stage and enter the adulthood stage to become men or ‘monna’.
1 year ago 10 min 2797
Photographers without Borders by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryPhotographers without Borders by Aga Szydlik

Photographers without Borders assignment in Tanzania was a humanitarian photo-documentary reportage on behalf PWB and Tackle Africa focused on helping the local community in Tanzania combat HIV epidemic.
1 year ago 22 min 2122
Wayang ; Chinese street opera in Singapore by Aga Szydlik

AfricaStoryWayang ; Chinese street opera in Singapore by Aga Szydlik

In Malay language, Wayang means “a theatrical performance employing puppets or human dancers”, commonly referred to Chinese street opera in Singapore.
1 year ago 9 min 2388
Lagos Photo Festival 2018

AfricaNewsLagos Photo Festival 2018

Lagos (28 Oct – 2 Nov 2018) LagosPhoto has invited four curators to investigate the diversity that time encompasses: Eva Barois De Caevel, Wunika Mukan, Charlotte Langhorst and Valentine Umansky. Their curatorial discourse unearths the non-linearity of time and the complexity of our experience to memory.
2 years ago 13 min 1644
Inside the camera bag of Aga Szydlik

AfricaDnaInside the camera bag of Aga Szydlik

Contents of my bag vary depending on the location, theme and the length of the trip, I always try to pack as light as I can, which basically means that I pack my passport, camera gear and very little of other non-essentials.
2 years ago 6 min 3953
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. 
2 years ago 8 min 4881
Life in the monastery ; Bagan by Aga Szydlik

AfricaShotLife in the monastery ; Bagan by Aga Szydlik

Myanmar (Burma) is predominantly a Buddhist country, with 90% of the population practising Buddhism or embracing a monastic lifestyle.
2 years ago 5 min 4678
Christine et le Baleineau by Yves Guénot

AfricaB&WConceptChristine et le Baleineau by Yves Guénot

Every year, around Reunion Island, in the Indian Ocean, humpback whales come to give birth. The calves have a few months to learn the gestures of life.
2 years ago 7 min 5613
Interview with Aga Szydlik ; Finalist in our Color Award 2017

AfricaDnaInterview with Aga Szydlik ; Finalist in our Color Award 2017

Dodho Magazine have been an integral part of my professional career in more ways than one, besides incredible worldwide exposure besides some of the most talented photographers, there is also aspect of mentoring and encouragement from magazine editors
2 years ago 12 min 4804
The Mara by Anup Shah

AfricaB&WFeaturedHabitatThe Mara by Anup Shah

I live in the wild for long stretches of time. Inevitably, I fall under the spell of wild animals. It dawns on me that these are intelligent, emotional, social and personable beings. I connect with their sentience.
2 years ago 9 min 5947
Nomads by Darren Lewey

AfricaStoryNomads by Darren Lewey

Nomads in Morocco number around 5000 and are rapidly dwindling. The lure of education for their children and work in towns and cities for young males means the nomadic way of life is becoming less practicable.
3 years ago 18 min 3881
Suri Portraits by Piper Mackay

AfricaFeaturedShotSuri Portraits by Piper Mackay

Inspired by their environment of wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation. The Suri tribe use the clay soil of bright yellows, startling whites and rich earth-reds to paint each other’s bodies and make bold decisions about their outfits.
3 years ago 10 min 8357
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