The Most Popular Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Terence Bogue, Pietro Milici, HJ Hunter, Saud A Faisal and Dimitris Mytas.
Let Our People Grow by Pietro Milici
“Let our people go. Let our people grow “, was a slogan that the American government circulated during the Second World War. This message, aside from encouraging the population to fight for its country, had the secondary aim to encourage the farmers to plant cannabis; the use of the word “grow” allows this double reading. More…..
When people look at my pictures I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice.
Robert Frank (American Photographer)
Once upon a time by HJ Hunter
‘Once upon a time’ shows remarkable places and people I meet by chance in cities like Liège and Charleroi. They live in the harsh reality of high levels of unemployment and social tensions between groups in a multi cultural community. Both Belgium cities are often described as the ugliest places in Europe. They were once important industrial centers in steel making, mining and gunsmithing. More….
Saud A Faisal ; Old streets old stories
Old streets old stories : Dhaka the capital of Bangladesh and the main city of the country has a rich political and social heritage of over 400 years. This mega city has a old part which is the witness of change of time which changed the daily life of the people but the basic story of people remain the same.Regardless of the time span of history the stories of the struggles, happiness, religious believes of life remains same. The old streets still carry the same stories of life. The story of the lock seller, the chicken seller, monkey man, the boatman, the horse rider and all remain the same. Because time can make a street old but cannot change the stories of life. More….
Hospital – Portraits of spaces and people by Dimitris Mytas
Photographs of Hospital project constitute a form of narrative as Dimitris tells the stories of the people and spaces of his daily life, which he studies, edits and directs in absolute precision. Mytas composes a photographic essay with social content, which is not based on an imaginary conception but on the thorough research and recording of the specific subject that is being edited and directed in a premeditated, calculated manner.The photographs possess a wealth of social references. Expressions and body postures, different styles of clothing, compositions of objects and scenes from the surrounding space with or without the human presence. Mytas converts us into active and careful observers and urges us to examine in detail the components of these isolated images which in their totality make us privy to the great purpose this closed society serves. More….
Terence Bogue ; Personal Work
There is a species of frog whose brain will not register if lunch is moving out of reach of its sticky tongue. Its eyes still send signals of a receding meal, but it has evolved in such an extraordinary manner, that there is no part of its brain allocated to receive those signals. It wastes no energy and suffers no angst because it has no perception of this missed opportunity. Almost one third of human grey matter is devoted to processing visual information – most of it irrelevant. So what happened ?. More……