AmericaStoryParanapiacaba by Miguel Melleiro Junior

Dodho Magazine 1 week ago 10 min 1511
Paranapiacaba is a small railway village located in the Atlantic Forest, in the city of Santo André - State of São Paulo - Brazil, has a population of approximately 1000 inhabitants

AmericaEuropeNewsDodho Magazine Issue 08

Dodho Magazine 1 week ago 12 min 1288
In this edition, we have the honour of publishing the photographers' works, Alain Schroeder, Francis Meslet, Gillian Hyland, Garth Lenz and Steve Geer, Without a doubt, some of them, ambitious projects and with a marked personal stamp. 

AmericaCityStreet photography by Andy Kochanowski

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 14 min 1675
I am a street photographer based outside Detroit, USA. My work spans the United States, Europe and Asia, where I shoot un-staged photos. I look to find what I call the indecisive moment.

AmericaNewsSize Matters Juried Exhibition

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 4 min 1399
At Medium Photo, we haven’t lost sight of the intimate power found in small photographic prints. Our signature exhibition of the Medium Festival of Photography is open to all subject matters and themes, and all types of photographic print media, as long as the image is 10″x10″ or smaller.


Candy-Lifeguard by Karineh Gurjian

AmericaShotCandy-Lifeguard by Karineh Gurjian

The stations are the designs of architect William Lane, who began working on them more than 20 years ago in the early 1990s and quickly became a hallmark of Miami associated with its revival after the devastation.
1 month ago 6 min 1119
The True Cost of Oil by Garth Lenz

AmericaHabitatThe True Cost of Oil by Garth Lenz

These images are from my larger exhibit “The True Cost of Oil which explores the relationship between the world’s largest energy project and the environment – both local and global – which it threatens.
1 month ago 11 min 1957
Armenia by Karineh Gurjian

AmericaStoryArmenia by Karineh Gurjian

As a photographer who enjoys traveling around the world capturing the food, culture, and the great diversity of this beautiful planet, I like to do some detailed research before working on a project.
1 month ago 13 min 1023
Xakriaba – A fading culture by Eduardo Moreira

AmericaB&WStoryXakriaba – A fading culture by Eduardo Moreira

This work is a tribute to the Xacriaba, one of the many indigenous people of Brazil. A way to record in images a brave and noble people and their way of living. A culture that is fading and that may be lost forever.
1 month ago 15 min 1065
Minimalism by Joseph O’Neill

AmericaB&WConceptMinimalism by Joseph O’Neill

In this portfolio I draw inspiration from the art of minimalism.By using modern technology I have created photographs that are both true to the artist and the definition of minimalism but convey a modernist approach.
1 month ago 11 min 1000
Psychological Landscapes by Ana Leal

AmericaConceptPsychological Landscapes by Ana Leal

My work is about perception and the series entitled “ Psychological Landscapes “ intends to show new possibilities for the viewer to observe the world.
2 months ago 11 min 1039
Bhutan by Richard Murai

AmericaB&WStoryBhutan by Richard Murai

As light moves, shadows shift and practitioners of an ancient faith pray, reflect and persevere amidst exquisite symbols and iconography.
2 months ago 13 min 1084
Token by Mike Chaiken

AmericaConceptToken by Mike Chaiken

A token is a fraction of the whole. It is not the original, and it will never be the original. It is a sliver, a moment in time, to stand-in for that which is irreplaceable. My art series “Token” was inspired by that definition.
2 months ago 10 min 1670
Discarded by Steve Geer

AmericaB&WConceptDiscarded by Steve Geer

In Chicago, behind the shops and restaurants, there are service alleys. These narrow canyons are lined with dumpsters which are filled each day and emptied each night.
2 months ago 7 min 1343
Nostalgia by Mauricio Candela

AmericaFeaturedShotNostalgia by Mauricio Candela

A reflection on how fast the world moves today because of technology. And as a result, how younger generations have walked away from the simplest and most basic things in life.
2 months ago 11 min 1597
The Last Days of Art by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Last Days of Art by Raju Peddada

Art Shay, the master visual diarist of America, passed away exactly a year ago. His gargantuan library of photographs, almost two million, were sifted once again, by his indefatigable and loyal archivist: Ms. Erica DeGlopper, for some unpublished masterpieces.
2 months ago 16 min 1354
Three Chapters Of Illumination by Ann George

AmericaConceptFeaturedThree Chapters Of Illumination by Ann George

This series symbolizes a metaphorical journey towards liberated living.  The wolf within the work represents allegorically fear and the temptation to be driven by it allowing its control over our lives.
2 months ago 15 min 1451
The lost swimmer by Elena Paraskeva

AmericaConceptThe lost swimmer by Elena Paraskeva

The character in the series serves as an allegory for the self-conflicted individual, the one who is lost in doubt and fear and is unable to be who they are meant to be.
3 months ago 5 min 1454
The shadow by Labkhand Olfatmanesh

AmericaB&WConceptThe shadow by Labkhand Olfatmanesh

The first time I experienced a strictly enforced dress code that included completely covering my head with a black scarf was very confusing.  I was 7 years old and just starting elementary school.
3 months ago 11 min 1268
Quotidian Life by Daniel Castonguay

AmericaConceptQuotidian Life by Daniel Castonguay

Quotidian Life “ Series “ Living in a great city, I was naturally driven to street photography and depicting the quotidian life in its simplest form. I admit being very audacious not necessarily following the rules surrounding this type of photography in the pure sense of its definition.
3 months ago 9 min 1256
Selah by Rory Lewis

AmericaShotSelah by Rory Lewis

I’m currently working on a new series entitled Selah, taking its inspiration from master artists such as Caravaggio, Ribera and Gustave Doré. The exhibition features famous actors and interesting faces. The collection will be exhibited in London and Los Angeles in 2019-20. 
3 months ago 9 min 1421
Exhibition: Suspended by Massimo Cristaldi

AmericaNewsExhibition: Suspended by Massimo Cristaldi

Philadelphia (13 to 27 April 2019) Gravy Studio & Gallery is proud to present the Suspended, a series of work by Italian photographer Massimo Cristaldi.
4 months ago 8 min 1225
You can live forever in paradise on earth by Brendon Kahn

AmericaConceptYou can live forever in paradise on earth by Brendon Kahn

Today’s reality is guided by competition alongside the fierce longing to ascend into what many call paradise. But what lies in this pursuit are strangely manufactured channels of both sincerity and unsettling moments that make us question our ultimate wishes.
4 months ago 11 min 1029
Madonna for president by Hal Robert Myers

AmericaStoryMadonna for president by Hal Robert Myers

I recently photographed the Quixotic journey of Joey Allen, a Navajo Indian who embarked on a mission to ride his bicycle from Flagstaff, Arizona, to Monument Valley, Utah, campaigning for “Madonna for President.”
4 months ago 14 min 1250
Roma by Beatrice Hamblett

AmericaB&WStoryRoma by Beatrice Hamblett

Each summer, a large extended family of Roma camp out in an olive grove on the island of Skopelos, Greece. Their family is vast and reaches into many towns on mainland Greece. Last May, I drove into their compound and asked if I could photograph them.
4 months ago 12 min 1187
Hope Collectors by Ari Baiense

AmericaStoryHope Collectors by Ari Baiense

Sustainability, sustainable development, conscious consumption, environmentally friendly and recycling are among the trending expressions nowadays in the media. These were already incorporated in my vocabulary and habits but a few years ago, walking around my home town – Curitiba
5 months ago 12 min 999
Thou Art… Will Give… by Eric T. Kunsman

AmericaB&WConceptThou Art… Will Give… by Eric T. Kunsman

The body of work “Thou Art..,Will Give…’ is derived from the first Penitentiary in the United States. The Quakers started it because they believed they could reform people by putting them in solitaire for the full sentence and provide them with a Bible to give their Penitence. It was their grand experiment to try and help people. Obviously, it did not work.
5 months ago 17 min 1204
Iluikak by Mara Sánchez Renero

AmericaStoryIluikak by Mara Sánchez Renero

Mara Sánchez Renero (Mexico) studied photography in Barcelona, ​​Spain, where she lived for 10 years. She was part of the collective boom of 2008, in Spain, where she was co-founder of the collective Malocchio and PHACTO.
5 months ago 11 min 1391
Havana Stands by Daniel Garay Arango

AmericaB&WCityHavana Stands by Daniel Garay Arango

Through time and elements; through hope and despair; through the eyes of the ones who once left and fought the ruthless sea; the ones who stayed and faced the shape of history, and us, who came in wonder, Havana stands as a monument to resilience.
5 months ago 6 min 1177
Felicific calculus by Eric T.Kunsman

AmericaB&WCityFelicific calculus by Eric T.Kunsman

The felicific calculus is an algorithm formulated by jurist and reformer Jeremy Bentham (1748–1832) for calculating the moral rightness of an action by balancing the probable pleasures and pains that it would produce. Bentham, a utilitarian philosopher, believed this calculus could, in principle, help determine the moral status of any considered act.
5 months ago 12 min 1239
Trauma by Manuela Thames

AmericaConceptTrauma by Manuela Thames

Trauma This self-portrait series aims to explore the themes of brokenness, the struggles of loss and grief, the regrets of past decisions and my personal experiences with generational trauma and mental health struggles.
5 months ago 7 min 1672
Abstract photography by Olga Merrill

AmericaConceptAbstract photography by Olga Merrill

Olga Merrill lived and worked in Russia until March of 2013 when she came to Maine, USA and her life changed. At the end of 2015 her life changed even more – she got a gift – a photo camera and her view of the world became different through lens
5 months ago 10 min 1609
Imagine Magic by Amber Crabbe

AmericaConceptImagine Magic by Amber Crabbe

In Imagine Magic I use found light and textures to make visible the dreamscapes hidden in everyday life. I often find myself moving through my daily routine without really observing my environment, particularly when I am at home. 
5 months ago 9 min 1072
Alexandre Grand ; elegance, lightness and spontaneity

AmericaNudeAlexandre Grand ; elegance, lightness and spontaneity

I have always believed that the eyes are the windows to the soul. The way i observe the world, i can express what is happening in my particular universe. The photograph brings out my feelings, my emotion and my deepest questions.
5 months ago 14 min 2593
Interview with Larry Louie

AmericaDnaInterview with Larry Louie

I like printed images.  There are so many online magazines, but I feel a photograph should be seen on paper. So, I love it that you have an actual magazine available to your readers.
5 months ago 15 min 1414
All seeing eyes by Jady Bates

AmericaShotAll seeing eyes by Jady Bates

As women and identifying females everywhere, we see, we act. Our voices are not loudly heard or read, or broadcasted as often, but we act – many times without fanfare.
5 months ago 6 min 1261
Midway by Paul D’Amato

AmericaStoryMidway by Paul D’Amato

Midway is somewhere between becoming and being; between entropy and stasis; between learning and knowing; between alienation and belonging; between isolation and community; between immigration and assimilation; between urban and suburban; between poetry and blight. Midway is a metaphor and it’s a state of mind. It’s also an airport.
6 months ago 13 min 1415
Adorned by Jady Bates

AmericaFeaturedShotAdorned by Jady Bates

Women no longer feel the need to please the previously-ordained-in-media’s “male gaze.” Females are finding their voice and their own visions in how to adorn themselves: women according to women.
6 months ago 4 min 1942
New York Psychics by Thomas Freteur

AmericaStoryNew York Psychics by Thomas Freteur

Every single person who lives in New York has probably wondered at least once why there are so many signs offering esoteric and mystical services spread around the city. The little Keano flyer, which you can see in the corner of many advertisements’ frames in most subway trains, was the starting point of my journey within the community of New York’s psychics
6 months ago 24 min 1271
Reno by Jennifer Garza-Cuen

AmericaConceptReno by Jennifer Garza-Cuen

Reno embodies ideas of Western idealism, the frontier spirit, transience, and the gambler’s impulse to risk everything for the chance at a better life. It was founded as a toll, a passage across the Truckee River, and on silver from the Comstock Lode.
6 months ago 13 min 1792
Chaos by Daren You

AmericaB&WConceptChaos by Daren You

One definition of chaos is when nonlinear things are impossible to predict and control. If law and order rule the universe, chaos, by contrast, is the totally disorganized opposite.
6 months ago 8 min 1272
Jasper by Matthew Genitempo

AmericaB&WStoryJasper by Matthew Genitempo

Inspired by the life and work of the poet and land surveyor, Frank Stanford, these photographs of hermetic homes and men living in solitude were taken in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas and Missouri.
6 months ago 16 min 1660
The Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

We exist on small blue-brown marble in the ever expanding nebula of ambiguity – a vast nothingness of cold uncertainty and eternal certainly, that we constantly attempt to decipher with our sciences.
6 months ago 25 min 1959
War Stories I Never Heard by Todd Bradley

AmericaConceptWar Stories I Never Heard by Todd Bradley

War Stories I Never Heard explores discovering a loved one’s World War 2 military stories after their death; and the longing for deeper personal connection with them after they have gone. 
6 months ago 16 min 1174
A New America by Robert LeBlanc

AmericaStoryA New America by Robert LeBlanc

A New America” is the sophomore book release from documentary photographer Robert LeBlanc, shot in over a length of three years, 32 states and 20,000 miles.
6 months ago 18 min 1483
Windows by Mike Chaiken

AmericaNudeWindows by Mike Chaiken

Mike Chaiken’s “Windows” is a photographic series that plays with unexpected textures, lighting, and colors as the viewer gazes, voyeuristically, as if peering through a window, at a nude female.
6 months ago 11 min 2411
No Place to Lay my Head by Ana Luisa Matos

AmericaStoryNo Place to Lay my Head by Ana Luisa Matos

Ana Luisa Matos’ work focus on the concept of home and identity. Her most recent series, No Place To Lay My Head explores her relationship to her home country. Developed during a series of road trips, the work captures her reconnection to Portugal, after having spent time leaving abroad, and coming to terms with her own identity.
6 months ago 8 min 1239
Michael Kenna

AmericaNewsMichael Kenna

Chicago (11 Jan – 16 Mar 2019) We are thrilled to present the 20th exhibition of work by Michael Kenna, and The CEG Salon, as our final shows in our River North location. Both shows open January 11 and run through March 16, 2019.
6 months ago 5 min 902
Carny  by William Bullard

AmericaStoryCarny by William Bullard

For the past few years, I have been photographing the carneys and showmen who work the games or “joints” at the local county fairs in Upstate New York.
6 months ago 9 min 1126
I-57 by Paul Elledge

AmericaStoryI-57 by Paul Elledge

I grew up attending church on Sunday morning and attending motorsports Sunday evening. In an attempt to visualize the emotions and experience of those magical Sunday evenings of my youth I started the project I-57.
6 months ago 11 min 969
The infinite universe by Patty Maher

AmericaConceptThe infinite universe by Patty Maher

Throughout her work, Yayoi Kusama uses polka dots as a metaphor for giving up personal identity and becoming one with the universe. “Far beyond the reaches of the universe,” she says, “infinity is trying to communicate with us” and it reaches out through her work as an infinite series of polka dots.
6 months ago 7 min 1375
Between the pest and the beasts by Anthony Ascer Aparicio

AmericaB&WStoryBetween the pest and the beasts by Anthony Ascer Aparicio

And now who are we? Where are we? Where do we go? If the last trace of innocence disappeared as life was transformed into survival. While fear intoxicated our human condition and duel consumed our calendars.
6 months ago 19 min 1236
Vanishing Faces Tibet by Larry Louie

AmericaB&WFeaturedStoryVanishing Faces Tibet by Larry Louie

The current pace of development around the world has brought widespread concern about a loss of diversity in nature and the need to protect endangered species.  But the changes brought by the forces of globalization, industrialization and urbanization affect not only animals and plants.  People and cultures, ways of thinking and ways of living that have been in existence for thousands of years, are also at risk.  
6 months ago 14 min 1723
Nor a woman less by Patricia Ackerman

AmericaStoryNor a woman less by Patricia Ackerman

One of the procedures of the legitimization of oppressive practices is to reduce subordinated individuals to the category of mere body. The objectification that affects women is a decisive factor in the outbreak of violence of which they are victims.
6 months ago 10 min 1314
Midwest Memoir by Michael Knapstein

AmericaB&WConceptFeaturedMidwest Memoir by Michael Knapstein

There is a certain magic to the American Midwest. Honest. Modest. Understated. Sometimes unappreciated. Often overlooked. I created Midwest Memoir as a way to help others see the American Midwest in a whole new light.
6 months ago 11 min 1826
Hypothesis by Claudio Mortensen

AmericaConceptHypothesis by Claudio Mortensen

The central idea for Hypothesis Project came to me during a theatrical performance, that I had the opportunity to photograph in 2016. Once the performance started, immediately came to my mind, a memory of part of poem from a Brazilian poet, Carlos Drummond de Andrade.
6 months ago 10 min 1249
Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

AmericaTribeAbstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

I always felt that abstract photography was something one needs to mature into.  It takes insight and patience to see what is insinuated rather than what is implied. 
7 months ago 10 min 2454
Interview with Oliver Klink, first place in our black & white 2018

AmericaDnaInterview with Oliver Klink, first place in our black & white 2018

We need more presence like Dodho that features inspiring images and creative photographers. Going back to my earlier comment about where you spend your time, browsing Dodho is certainly worth every minute to read stories and get inspired by amazing photographers.
7 months ago 20 min 2226
Not A Feast by Jady Bates

AmericaShotNot A Feast by Jady Bates

Women are still struggling with being considered beautiful by the old, stereotypical standards, but I believe women are changing the status quo. It is still most women’s inclination to pose and adorn herself according to what a man would want.
8 months ago 6 min 2437
Raising Goosebumps by Cate Wnek

AmericaConceptRaising Goosebumps by Cate Wnek

Often a hyperawareness within me detects something elusive that could happen to my children, or me —however protected I imagine us to be. 
8 months ago 7 min 1552
Maiffer by Jonathan Lanza

AmericaB&WStoryMaiffer by Jonathan Lanza

Besides the incomparable issues that Venezuela faces, the country also has to deal with the upcoming complications in universal problems such as deaths caused by cancer and how they have been increasing ever since the financial crisis began to lash the oil nation in 2014.
8 months ago 9 min 1875
Unraveling Snag by Wes Bell

AmericaB&WStoryUnraveling Snag by Wes Bell

As I pulled away from Mom and Dad’s condo, I looked back one more time and snapped two photos of Mom as she waived goodbye from the sidewalk. She was fully dressed, her cheeks noticeably hollow and her expression strained and apprehensive. 
8 months ago 25 min 2421
Assorted boxes of ordinary life by Amy Friend

AmericaConceptAssorted boxes of ordinary life by Amy Friend

Inspired by a small, found archive of personal photographs, documents, and objects, Amy Friend presents a new body of work that considers how identity comprises both fact and fiction.
8 months ago 9 min 1577
Portraits by Justina Soulas

AmericaFeaturedShotPortraits by Justina Soulas

The pictures that I make are my way to travel to the past. I make these pictures to reconnect with who I was. With a slower pace. With the colors of yesterday. With my childhood and with those games.
8 months ago 8 min 3404
Interview with Joshua Sariñana ; Finalist in our Black & White 2018

AmericaDnaInterview with Joshua Sariñana ; Finalist in our Black & White 2018

The quality of the work is excellent. It is very easy to get stuck on the site perusing all of the amazing imagery from such great contemporary photographers. Indeed, Dodho is great.
8 months ago 21 min 1472
Hai Zhang : The eye is not satisfied with seeing

AmericaNewsHai Zhang : The eye is not satisfied with seeing

New York (Nov 1 – Dec 8, 2018) Miyako Yoshinaga is pleased to present The eye is not satisfied with seeing, a solo exhibition of mixed media collage works by Hai Zhang, from November 1 to December 8, 2018.
8 months ago 7 min 938
Irish Travellers by France Leclerc

AmericaShotIrish Travellers by France Leclerc

The Irish Travellers, also called the Tinkers, had been nomadic for generations, travelling the countryside in horse-drawn carts and wagons. Of course, “gypsies” and Roma” come to mind when hearing about this lifestyle, but recent genetic testing has shown that the Travellers are native to Ireland.
8 months ago 18 min 2754
The War that Nourished Photography by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe War that Nourished Photography by Raju Peddada

A face is more than just a face. It’s a message board, that offers more than we can read. Or it can be a billboard, revealing the inner most condition. The face always conveys the compressed energy of life being experienced in a myriad details – that in retrospect, only a fecund imagination and acute sensitivity can correlate and coalesce.
8 months ago 25 min 1838
Mysterious people by Amy Sacka

AmericaB&WCityMysterious people by Amy Sacka

“Mysterious people” explores the tension in our curious reality. The moments when we find ourselves looking and looking again, maybe even asking, “Did that just happen?” “What did I just see?” Or maybe even, “Did the camera see something that I didn’t?”
9 months ago 9 min 1583
The Rug’s Topography by Rana Young

AmericaConceptThe Rug’s Topography by Rana Young

The Rug’s Topography began with me photographing my intimate partner of six years. Simultaneously, we were facing an internal conflict: how we identified as individuals differed from the roles we occupied in our partnership.
9 months ago 13 min 1209
Garage Project by Vanessa Filley

AmericaConceptGarage Project by Vanessa Filley

The Garage Project began in 2011 when, each morning, I would take my two small children and two large dogs on a long walk, exploring the alleys, streets and beach front of our town.
9 months ago 9 min 993

B&WConceptEuropeFeaturedPilot by Mano Svanidze

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 8 min 1365
We live in a boom of scripted TV series where watching TV shows take the face of addiction. It has brought many changes in people's behavior and their response to others.

AmericaFeaturedShotNostalgia by Mauricio Candela

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 11 min 1597
A reflection on how fast the world moves today because of technology. And as a result, how younger generations have walked away from the simplest and most basic things in life.

CityEuropeFeaturedSidewalk Theatre: Street photography from New York City by Mathias Wasik

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 13 min 1415
There are few cities that inspire the modern world as much as New York City does. It’s ever growing, ever rising – a kaleidoscope of American culture.

AmericaConceptFeaturedThree Chapters Of Illumination by Ann George

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 15 min 1451
This series symbolizes a metaphorical journey towards liberated living.  The wolf within the work represents allegorically fear and the temptation to be driven by it allowing its control over our lives.

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