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.
It touches a visceral urge to fortify ourselves, to add a shield to our vulnerable body. Nyari’s series Valkyrie Ink portrays Eowyn, a young woman who endured a great deal of trauma since her childhood and who
The book features over 80 photos, most of them never before seen online nor in print. Each edition is carefully numbered and signed by the artist. This book will only be printed once, and is limited to 500 copies +25AP
The only postproduction on the photo is a little boost in the contrast and vibrancy. The effect with the mirror is 100% captured in-camera, by holding an actual mirror, experimenting with different angles, and waiting for the correct lighting.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
New York (Feb 8 – Apr 14, 2018) In her aptly titled body of work, Destroyed House, Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen reclaims the wreckage of abandoned buildings assembling each fragment in painstakingly detailed installations, set within the original structures.
Love cannot be defined. It is both an essential part of the human experience as well as an entirely personal one. It mutates through time and our relationships with different people. It unites and divides us.
The clock on the dashboard of our rental car reads 3:45am. It’s funny to think that we have saved money, written proposals, met with sponsors to travel half way around the world to search for horrible weather to climb in.
Flyover Country, the moniker given to the middle part of America that so many people view as boring that it is simply flown over while going from one coast to the other, to places where much more interesting things happen.
When it came in the mail I was never more excited, it’s truly a beautiful piece of art. I am very happy and honored to have been a part of such a magical magazine that celebrates the love and art of contemporary photography.
Water! The cytoplasm inside of our cells is water. Life took shape in water, and is dependent on it. One oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms constitute what we refer to as “H2O.” Oxygen is very electronegative.
Steve Knight became interested in photography 45 years ago after attending a college screening of the 1949 movie The Third Man. Taken with the imagery, Steve sat through it twice and to this day cannot tell you what the film was about.
What does it mean to survive, and what are we surviving from? With all people, in all different walks of life, we are survivors. Some are survivors from wars past and present, others from devastation, hardships, miseries, and misfortune; either physical, emotional, or mental.
Reclaiming her power within, Woman + Wolf is the exploration into the wild woman archetype, a deep-rooted connection to self, spirit, nature and a woman’s innate wildness: the female psyche mirrored within the wolf.
New York (21 Nov – 5 Mar 2018) The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photography, opening November 21, 2017 at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America, brings the photographic work of the master painter to NYC for its first showing in the U.S.
I first decided to pursue photography for many reasons: a love of black and white photography, a desire to reflect the silences of nature through imagery, and a wish to express a kind of visual poetry.
Over the last year, my mother endured countless invasive and painful procedures after a doctor discovered multiple cysts during a mammogram. One morning, my mother complained of a deep ache emanating from her breasts.
Since the publication of my first monograph “Eleven Years,” I found that most of what I wanted to say in this self-portrait series had been said, and I was interested in taking a break from the intensity of looking at my own body.
I live in Italy and my project is a collection of photos from places that I frequent regularly. From the Vatican to small shops around my neighborhood here in Sicily, these are the places that I have come to regard as home and are very familiar to me.