AmericaConceptAlterego by Ben Zank

Dodho Magazine 12 hours ago 6 min 496
While his field of study was journalism, Ben Zank found a more direct means of expression in photography, after he discovered a Pentax ME Super in his grandmother´s attic.

AmericaCityHow Will We Stand? by Stefani Reynolds

Dodho Magazine 14 hours ago 10 min 426
Romanticized versions of history not only influence the way we look back, they play a prominent role in determining one’s perception of the present. 

AmericaHabitatWildlife by Michael Pachis

Dodho Magazine 5 days ago 7 min 880
The goal of my animal portraits is to create a connection to our fellow creatures of the earth that will inspire the viewer to see the worth of that individual, thereby creating a desire to protect the species and the eco systems they thrive in.

AmericaNewsKlompching Gallery present Binary Code by Max de Esteban

Dodho Magazine 5 days ago 10 min 850
New York (Sep 14–Oct 26, 2018) With the Binary Code series, Max de Esteban continues his examination of our world, as mediated by and through technology, through creating photographic imagery that is informed by and utilizes the traditions of appropriation and remix.

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Running from the Sun by Parker Reinecker

AmericaStoryRunning from the Sun by Parker Reinecker

There is a place that seems so far from here. A place where the sand, the dirt, the rock and the sky live in harmony. Where the sun beats down on the man formed brick and the asphalt of the journey to the West. It washes away the dark of the night before and leaves the walls and the road worn like an old, well worked, pair of blue jeans.
6 days ago 15 min 1120
Fever by Cate Wnek

AmericaConceptFever by Cate Wnek

The cold air is unmoving, except for when the wind thrusts it violently making me bend in its wake. Trees mockingly bloom with snowball cotton tops. Gale force winds throw the storm door off its hinges as I make my way outside. I hear the birds who have come back to our yard to sing, though the snow clings, swaddling the muddy earth.
6 days ago 15 min 682
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. 
7 days ago 6 min 761
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
1 week ago 7 min 668
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.
2 weeks ago 12 min 1014
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. 
2 weeks ago 8 min 1271
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.
2 weeks ago 10 min 963
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. 
2 weeks ago 7 min 980
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.
3 weeks ago 24 min 707
Street Portraits or Portrait of a Town by Judith Rodriguez

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.
3 weeks ago 10 min 2815
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.
3 weeks ago 5 min 653
The heart can receive a direct blow by Matthew Hall

AmericaConceptThe heart can receive a direct blow by Matthew Hall

To be honest, I get no satisfaction from my finished images. The image itself means nothing to me; it is the process of obtaining the image that provides me with the satisfaction that keeps me looking for more- along the streets and in the pavement, in the chipped paint, in the mad colors and fleeting shapes, always looking.
3 weeks ago 12 min 729
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.
3 weeks ago 10 min 820
The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

Ten years before India’s independence, in 1937, a little after 7.00 pm, four men and a five year old boy, after some hearty afternoon snacks at a local eatery, seeking novelty, sauntered into a photo studio, in Kakinada
3 weeks ago 24 min 2184
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.
2 months ago 20 min 8932
Transfiguration by Lesia Maruschak

AmericaB&WConceptTransfiguration by Lesia Maruschak

Transfiguration revolves around a little girl named Maria – a survivor of the 1932-1933 famine in my homeland of Ukraine. Her parents and 4 million others died because of Stalin’s policy of artificial starvation.
2 months ago 8 min 2124
I surrender, dear

AmericaNewsI surrender, dear

New York (July 10 – August 4, 2018) Umbrella Arts Gallery is pleased to host I Surrender, Dear, an exhibition exploring the emotional equalizer of grief, born from the personal experience of curator Frances Jakubek.
2 months ago 5 min 1603
Nights without night…and some days without day by Pierre Paul Dumont

AmericaB&WConceptNights without night…and some days without day by Pierre Paul Dumont

This work is realized with stenopeic camera in 2 formats 120mm and 4×5 film. It ‘s about a personal process of involuntary memory, following the steps of Marcel Proust in La Recherche du temps perdu.
2 months ago 11 min 1452
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.
3 months ago 8 min 2505
We are the subject an exhibition featuring the work of Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon

AmericaNewsWe are the subject an exhibition featuring the work of Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon

New York (July 12 – September 8, 2018) Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present “We are the subject”, an exhibition featuring the work of Lisette Model, Diane Arbus and Rosalind Fox Solomon.
3 months ago 9 min 1591
Frente Fria em Havana by Gustavo Minas

AmericaStoryFrente Fria em Havana by Gustavo Minas

Cuba is experiencing times of change and contradiction. In April 2018, a 59-year-old era under the command of Fidel and Raúl Castro came to an end. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union
3 months ago 18 min 2286
Boarding Through The Streets Of New York by Gary Breckheimer

AmericaB&WFeaturedNudeBoarding Through The Streets Of New York by Gary Breckheimer

As a kid growing up on the beaches of California, skateboarding was the way to get around. A few years ago, I decided to go to New York City and try my hand skateboarding around the city. 
3 months ago 10 min 14326
Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribePhotographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

One of the many joys of photography is in the suddenness with which opportunities manifest in front of us. It would be utterly remiss of us, as photographers, to not cash in on such chances.
3 months ago 27 min 2752
Night people by Jorge Bañales

AmericaCityNight people by Jorge Bañales

Whether they are dancing, napping, eating, drinking, talking, alone or together, the images capture people having fun or in a contemplative mood in the dark hours of the day.  Jorge was born in Montevideo, Uruguay
3 months ago 15 min 2756
Cloudscrapers by Angie McMonigal

AmericaB&WCityCloudscrapers by Angie McMonigal

In the city, we tend to keep our heads down; these photos invite us to look up. Each of these images is structured by bold juxtapositions — between the built environment and the natural world, between rigid city grids and fluffy white clouds
3 months ago 7 min 2906
Image of Structure by Joshua Sariñana

AmericaB&WCityImage of Structure by Joshua Sariñana

The Stata Center, designed by Frank Gehry, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is seemingly alive. Because of the reflective and angular elements of this structure are sharp
3 months ago 8 min 2100
Vivian Maier Revealed ; Selections From the Archives

AmericaNewsVivian Maier Revealed ; Selections From the Archives

New York (14 Jun – 11 Aug 2018) Born on February 1, 1926 in New York City, Vivian Dorothea Maier was an American of French and Austro-Hungarian extraction.
3 months ago 6 min 1599
Sculptography by Joseph O´Neill

AmericaB&WNudeSculptography by Joseph O´Neill

Wanting to capture the essence of sculptures form the 18th and 19th centuries though photography, I posed my models in an effort to capture in flesh the elegant simplicity of a particular statue. 
3 months ago 14 min 2111
Portraits by Neil Kremer & Cory Johnson

AmericaShotPortraits by Neil Kremer & Cory Johnson

Character-based portraits and narrative-driven scenes are our thing. Sometimes quirky, sometimes serious, occasionally scripted, and often just REAL – they specialize in capturing authentic moments in even the most manufactured of settings.
4 months ago 23 min 2993
Urban sprawl series by Emmanuel Monzon

AmericaB&WCityFeaturedUrban sprawl series by Emmanuel Monzon

Through my urban sprawl series, I want to photograph the in-between state found in the American landscape. So I capture places of transition, borders, passages from one world to another
4 months ago 7 min 3044
India: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeIndia: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

India! There’s no one adjective to capture the essence of it! Superlatives would fall short, in describing the oldest continuously existing civilization in the world.
4 months ago 30 min 1761
Jean Pagliuso ; In Plain Sight

AmericaNewsJean Pagliuso ; In Plain Sight

New York (16 May – 16 Jun 2018) Mary Ryan Gallery is pleased to present In Plain Sight, a retrospective exhibition of photographer Jean Pagliuso in celebration of her monograph of the same name published by Damiani in 2018.
4 months ago 7 min 2403
Journeys Abroad by Daniel Grant

AmericaB&WStoryJourneys Abroad by Daniel Grant

After a few years of researching his family lineage, translations were made, paperwork was sent, self-portraits were produced and finally an Italian passport was handed over to an American man.
4 months ago 10 min 2713
Deep In A Dream-Central Park by Michael Massaia

AmericaB&WConceptDeep In A Dream-Central Park by Michael Massaia

I started documenting Central Park back in 2007 as way of coping with severe insomnia. I would commonly take long walks at night, and the park always seemed to be calling me in.
4 months ago 10 min 2844
Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh by Larry Louie

AmericaB&WStoryRohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh by Larry Louie

As of January 2018, about 1 million Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar has settled in overcrowded informal camps near Cox Bazaar in Bangladesh. It is estimated over 580,000 are children. The lucky ones are with family who could protect them. 
4 months ago 13 min 2263
Niepce’s View & Daggeurre’s Perspective by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeNiepce’s View & Daggeurre’s Perspective by Raju Peddada

Our sense of sight guides our life. We touch, taste, listen and even feel with our eyes. Our entire economy and statecraft are dependent on it. Which business brand does not depend on our sense of sight? Which politician is not cued on optics?
4 months ago 18 min 2858
Korean Dreams by Nathalie Daoust

AmericaB&WStoryKorean Dreams by Nathalie Daoust

Photographer Nathalie Daoust’s newest project, Korean Dreams, is a complex series that probes the mysterious world of North Korea. 
5 months ago 18 min 3309
Toying With Manhattan by Lilyan Aloma

AmericaB&WCityToying With Manhattan by Lilyan Aloma

Over the past three decades, my life as a visual artist has been intimately linked to my role as a teacher; each part of the equation being enriched by the experience of the other.
5 months ago 12 min 2851
Becoming A Specter by Daniel W. Coburn

AmericaB&WConceptBecoming A Specter by Daniel W. Coburn

The edge or border of something. An amount by which something is won or falls short.Consider the mind and body as a parchment that is scribed, erased, and scribed again—used and reused in perpetuity until its fibers begin to unravel and fall apart.
5 months ago 12 min 2844
Book: America in a trance by Niko J. Kallianiotis

AmericaEuropeNewsBook: America in a trance by Niko J. Kallianiotis

Three years ago, I started my journey traveling through towns and cities across the state of Pennsylvania to make photographs for my project America in a Trance.
5 months ago 5 min 3312
Your Majesty the Queen by Lorena Cordero

AmericaConceptYour Majesty the Queen by Lorena Cordero

Your Majesty the Queen is a series that came up to life after two years of grief due the loss of my mother to cancer. I was very close to her specially during the time of the illness up to the point of becoming her mother.
5 months ago 8 min 3915
Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeArt Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

“You are a naughty man!” responded an amused, flirtatious and nude Simone de Beauvoir to Art Shay, who had sneaked from behind the open door and shot a whole strip of her nudes, while she groomed herself in the bathroom.
5 months ago 28 min 3490
Artic Plant Life By Andrea Sparrow

AmericaHabitatArtic Plant Life By Andrea Sparrow

I traveled in Scoresby Sound in Eastern Greenland and then took a second trip to Eqi Glacier in Western Greenland a few weeks later. There were some plants and lichens that existed in both places. 
5 months ago 6 min 1845
Eqi Glacier, Western Greenland by Andrea Sparrow

AmericaHabitatEqi Glacier, Western Greenland by Andrea Sparrow

Eqi is unique in that as it is forced downhill and around a curve from the Greenland Ice Sheet, it’s layers are turned vertically. This causes the glacier to sheer when it reaches the bay in a near constant manner, into very small fragments rather than icebergs.
5 months ago 8 min 1813
Aura by Lorena Cordero

AmericaConceptAura by Lorena Cordero

This series is about recognizing yourself in the soul. I appeal to virgins and goddesses of different cultures as a bridge to represent spirituality through femininity.
5 months ago 11 min 2589
New York by Christopher Tamas Kovacs

AmericaCityNew York by Christopher Tamas Kovacs

In this series “New York” Christopher confronts the use of color which is quite a departure from all of his previous works which are in black and white, in fact, he is well known as the creator of the all black and white fine art photography.
5 months ago 7 min 1660
Imaginations ;  A Series of Whimsical Nostalgia by Nathan Wirth

AmericaB&WConceptFeaturedImaginations ; A Series of Whimsical Nostalgia by Nathan Wirth

Robots that serve and protect or destroy; monsters that emerge from the sea; aliens that arrive from faraway solar systems; superheroes that fight crime and unimaginable evils; wizards that orchestrate fellowships; heroes and villains that clash in galaxies far, far, far away
6 months ago 20 min 8529
Presence by Daniel Murtagh

AmericaShotPresence by Daniel Murtagh

For Daniel Murtagh, the essence of a good portrait is ‘Presence’ , the experience of a person not merely seen, but felt . “I like to compare it to the experience in music , a certain combination of sounds expresses the intent of the composer”
6 months ago 13 min 2897
The Romantic Photographer by Raju Peddada

AmericaTribeThe Romantic Photographer by Raju Peddada

What is a romantic photographer? The romantic photographer is a visual alchemist, an organic perceiver. Someone, who projects his inner being: emotions and experiences outward, through the lens, in search of resonance and congruence in his subject matter
6 months ago 23 min 2600
Exclusive interview with Scott Kelby

AmericaDnaExclusive interview with Scott Kelby

We had the honour of being able to interview Scott Kelby; a highly expected interview that we now have the pleasure of being able to publish in Dodho Magazine. Without any doubt, currently, Scott Kelby is one of the best photographers, with an incredible mastery of colour and light.
7 months ago 31 min 12860
Zurumbático by Luis Cobelo

AmericaStoryZurumbático by Luis Cobelo

Someone who acts in a foolish way. A ninny, bewildered, slow, somber, melancholic, enigmatic, half-drunk, half-mad, and with bad temper. A trance-like sensation.
7 months ago 16 min 1964
Nocturnes by S. Gayle Stevens and Judy Sherrod

AmericaB&WConceptNocturnes by S. Gayle Stevens and Judy Sherrod

Our Nocturnes series began as an experiment, an adventure, a collaboration. A pinhole camera-maker and a wet-plate collodion artist collaborated to produce mammoth plate tintypes, echoing the work and process of the early survey photographers.
7 months ago 19 min 2719
Heavy Loads of Colorful Fare by France Leclerc

AmericaStoryHeavy Loads of Colorful Fare by France Leclerc

For photographers, food markets are always a tempting place to shoot with their bounties of colors, shapes, textures and people.  Over the years, I have visited a large number of food markets in various parts of the world including many in India.
7 months ago 17 min 2109
Careful – Soul Inside by Pedro Oliveira

AmericaShotCareful – Soul Inside by Pedro Oliveira

In June 2015, Pedro Oliveira, a Brazilian photographer, living in Portland, OR-USA,  started a personal ongoing series of photographic essays casing lives of real people throughout several cities of the West coast of the United States.
7 months ago 9 min 2668
To The Edge by Tom Chambers

AmericaConceptTo The Edge by Tom Chambers

What mattered was not right before my eyes, but delicately hidden in glaciers, volcanic rock, and ice, all of which have endured over many millennia.
8 months ago 8 min 2668
America in a Trance by Niko J.Kallianiotis

AmericaCityAmerica in a Trance by Niko J.Kallianiotis

About two decades ago my father moved to Scranton, Pennsylvania, and this was only my second experience with the United States.In the late 70’s he took the journey from Greece to the Big Apple to pursue a PhD, which led him to the Keystone State.
8 months ago 13 min 2659
One Shot by Max Hirshfeld

AmericaFeaturedShotOne Shot by Max Hirshfeld

Propelled by a sense of immediacy, these photos of everyday people in everyday places attempt to reveal what we often fail to see.
8 months ago 8 min 2331
Mark Morrisroe ; Boy Next Door (Beautiful But Dumb)

AmericaNewsMark Morrisroe ; Boy Next Door (Beautiful But Dumb)

New York (Feb 1 – Mar 24, 2018) ClampArt is very pleased to announce the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition of photographs by artist Mark Morrisroe (1959-1989).
8 months ago 6 min 1985
Alice Zilberberg ; The Making of Oasis

AmericaMotionAlice Zilberberg ; The Making of Oasis

This project emerged from the realities of struggling with an end of a relationship that was salted dry through infidelity. After a complicated breakup, I found myself on a trip in the desert with a couple that was newly in love
8 months ago 2 min 1836
In the markets by Luisa Nolasco

AmericaStoryIn the markets by Luisa Nolasco

Luisa Nolasco was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Currently doing a MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at the University of Westminster, in London.
8 months ago 6 min 1838
Illuminaries by Max Hirshfeld

AmericaShotIlluminaries by Max Hirshfeld

When I was asked to participate in Artist-Citizen, Washington, DC, I used the opportunity to retrieve an idea that had been lurking somewhere in my subconscious.
8 months ago 10 min 4243
The Salton Sea by Jim Riche

AmericaStoryThe Salton Sea by Jim Riche

The Salton Sea was created back in 1905 when Colorado River breached an irrigation diversion structure and water ran into the then-dry Salton Sink for the next two years.
8 months ago 17 min 2181
Anatomy of a Photograph by Fang Tong

AmericaDnaAnatomy of a Photograph by Fang Tong

This shot is one of a series. There are seven photos in this series, so for doing this kind of work in a series, I need to prepare carefully. I had the idea or theme first, then I tried to find a well-fitting location.
8 months ago 7 min 2165
Object Diaspora by Jennifer Schlesinger

AmericaB&WConceptObject Diaspora by Jennifer Schlesinger

Object Diaspora presents photographs of objects that have been passed between people and families over time and have become imbued with a special meaning, significance and value.
8 months ago 10 min 1934
Anthropocene by David Ellingsen

AmericaConceptAnthropocene by David Ellingsen

While yet at the threshold of formal geological designation, we have now effectively transitioned from the relative calm of the Holocene into the new Anthropocene epoch.
8 months ago 8 min 3399
Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places Vintage Prints

AmericaNewsStephen Shore: Uncommon Places Vintage Prints

New York (Jan 25-Mar 1, 2018) In the 1970s and ‘80s, Shore embarked on a series of coast-to-coast road trips through the United States to document the modern American landscape.
8 months ago 5 min 1807

AsiaFeaturedStoryThe Tribal Heartland of India by Tania Chatterjee

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 1 13 min 2185
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

B&WEuropeFeaturedShotAnthracite by Nick Gandano

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 10 min 4948
Anthracite is the most metamorphic mineral coal and has the highest carbon content. Its colour ranges from black to metallic grey

AmericaB&WFeaturedStorySpirit of the Village by Oliver Klink

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 23 min 3786
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.

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryKid Jockeys by Alain Schroeder

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 15 min 2839
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.
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