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B&WCityEuropeStreet Photography; From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

Photography is for me all the things that I do not want to forget in the moment I see them, in the space where I am found, I move, I listen and I observe.

B&WCityEuropeBlack & White; Street photography by Cenk Bayirli

Born in 1976 in Istanbul/Turkey, Cenk Bayirli is a passionate amateur spirited photographer specialized in  black and white photography.

B&WCityEuropeSubway; Metropolitan fragments by Giuseppe Cardoni

The environment is delimited, circumscribed of the subway, in the absence of the external landscape that often represents a container of memories.

CityEuropeFactories; Deep in the earth by Francesca Pompei

Italy is one of the countries where the practice of architecture has been most affected by the economic crisis. The rich north regions were once home to many factories born from the economic boom of the Sixties.

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Street Photography; From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

B&WCityEuropeStreet Photography; From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

Photography is for me all the things that I do not want to forget in the moment I see them, in the space where I am found, I move, I listen and I observe.
Black & White; Street photography by Cenk Bayirli

B&WCityEuropeBlack & White; Street photography by Cenk Bayirli

Born in 1976 in Istanbul/Turkey, Cenk Bayirli is a passionate amateur spirited photographer specialized in  black and white photography.
Subway; Metropolitan fragments by Giuseppe Cardoni

B&WCityEuropeSubway; Metropolitan fragments by Giuseppe Cardoni

The environment is delimited, circumscribed of the subway, in the absence of the external landscape that often represents a container of memories.
Factories; Deep in the earth by Francesca Pompei

CityEuropeFactories; Deep in the earth by Francesca Pompei

Italy is one of the countries where the practice of architecture has been most affected by the economic crisis. The rich north regions were once home to many factories born from the economic boom of the Sixties.
New York; Red Hook by Lisa Cutler

AmericaCityNew York; Red Hook by Lisa Cutler

I discovered Red Hook by chance, making a wrong turn getting off the Smith Street Train Station in Brooklyn. Over the course of the next two years, I returned to photograph this urban, gritty wonderland.
Urban landscapes; Footnote by Barbara van Schaik

CityEuropeUrban landscapes; Footnote by Barbara van Schaik

The Netherlands is the third most populous country in Europe (after Monaco and Vatican City). There is no escaping the literal and figurative footprint of mankind in the Dutch landscape.
Subway New York City 1975-1985 by Gerard Exupery

AmericaB&WCitySubway New York City 1975-1985 by Gerard Exupery

There is probably no other shared experience that defines life in New York City like riding the subway. Over one-third of the city’s population commutes to work in the tubes every day
Covid era; We are building a new story by Diego Bardone

B&WCityEuropeCovid era; We are building a new story by Diego Bardone

Diego Bardone, here, managed to tell us the sense of a historical moment characterized by an invisible enemy and the expected victory over it.
Street photography; Stolen Portraits by Michele Punturieri

CityEuropeStreet photography; Stolen Portraits by Michele Punturieri

Fleeting moments in life captured in the most classic street-photography style over a decade ranging from 2008 to 2018. All around Europe. From Lisbon to Edinburgh, passing through Dublin, Vienna, Amsterdam, Madrid and the London Soho.
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Golden Gate; The Bridge, Reconstructed by Michael Yuan

AmericaCityFeaturedGolden Gate; The Bridge, Reconstructed by Michael Yuan

I wanted to challenge the perceptions of the Golden Gate Bridge. In solid red-orange and spanning 1.7 miles long, the Golden Gate Bridge is an icon of San Francisco.
Photographs; North Carolina State Fair by Avery Danziger

AmericaCityFeaturedPhotographs; North Carolina State Fair by Avery Danziger

I have been photographing the North Carolina State Fair since the early 70's. One of my oldest memories was the yearly outing of my family going to the State Fair in North Carolina, starting when I was 6 year old.... 
Cityscape; Portrait of a city by Tosin Arasi

AmericaCityCityscape; Portrait of a city by Tosin Arasi

When I was a child, I had a very peculiar, nerdy interest in the political geography of the world.  I loved maps and atlases.  For me, there was import (and fun!) in knowing the location of countries, their geographical features, and the names of their respective capitals. 
Urban areas; Urbanism by Doug Caplan

AmericaCityUrban areas; Urbanism by Doug Caplan

Urbanism is the study of how inhabitants of urban areas interact with the built environment. This body of work focuses on the abstract nature of the human experience – the residuals of existence.
Architecture photography; Structure by Luke Wynne

AmericaCityArchitecture photography; Structure by Luke Wynne

Raymond Carver wrote, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”; Haruki Murakami wrote, “What I Talk About When I Talk About Running”; and in the few paragraphs below, I talk about what I talk about when I talk about photography.
Street Photography by Stephane Navailles

CityEuropeStreet Photography by Stephane Navailles

My pleasure is to play with light while remaining in the shade. Perspective curves take on a particular relief. Use the ordinary geometry of the street to grind it and transform it into a "work of art".
Urban environments; Mea Shearim by Alexandra Buxbaum

AmericaCityFeaturedUrban environments; Mea Shearim by Alexandra Buxbaum

Alexandra Buxbaum’s work has focused on documenting the human experience of various people and cultures living in disparate urban environments around the world.
New York; Sole Harlem by Louise Amelie & Aljaž Fuis

CityEuropeNew York; Sole Harlem by Louise Amelie & Aljaž Fuis

The one and only, unique and pure – just Harlem, and nothing else. The title introduces Harlem as a magical place of longing that only works and lives within, and cannot carry its characteristics to the outside world.
Tokyo; Suits of kabukicho by Rokas Jankus

CityEuropeFeaturedTokyo; Suits of kabukicho by Rokas Jankus

By dusk, the streets of this endless seeming city are being roamed by 'suits'. Its a known, yet overlooked phenomenon. Hungry for bowls of ramen, raw tuna, cold sake out of cans and women, they're being delivered by red taxis to amusement miles in Shinjuku,
New York City² by Rokas Jankus

CityEuropeFeaturedNew York City² by Rokas Jankus

A lot of the people seemed somehow lost to me, either geographically, mentally or even physically. It’s that second before they recognise you, taking the picture, somehow giving you an intimate moment with a person you never gonna see again in your life.
On the streets of solitude by Michael Nguyen

B&WCityEuropeOn the streets of solitude by Michael Nguyen

Who says, streets are our most social lively spaces? Maybe. But they are also places of broken dreams, of empty selves, of collective solitude.
Colors urbans by Victor Enrich

CityEuropeColors urbans by Victor Enrich

Does the world exist because we perceive it or is it that we perceive the world because it exists instead? What is the ‘a priori’ of all things, the origin, the starting point, if there were any?
Washington Square Park by Jay Patel

AmericaCityWashington Square Park by Jay Patel

One summer afternoon I walked through a park full of young people. It took me a few visits to observe and absorb the energy around me.
Hong Kong brutal compressions by Doug Caplan

AmericaCityHong Kong brutal compressions by Doug Caplan

This portfolio explores the brutal nature of Hong Kong architecture from a street level point of view. Last year Hong Kong captured headlines all over the world with protests primarily against a now suspended extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong to extradite accused criminals to mainland China.
Cadillac; Fins & Flags by Lloyd Ziff

AmericaCityCadillac; Fins & Flags by Lloyd Ziff

The Cadillacs from the ‘50s got longer, wider, badder (in the best sense of the word) every year. It’s no surprise that whenever Hollywood and the music business need an ultimate symbol of the Fifties, they wheel out the ‘59 Cadillac.
Steel City Serenade by James Kezman

AmericaB&WCitySteel City Serenade by James Kezman

Architecturally, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania punches above its weight. For a mid-sized American city, it has a rich agglomeration of fascinating buildings, largely thanks to the city’s storied industrial past.
Chengdu China Streetscapes by Roman Wolczak

CityOceaniaChengdu China Streetscapes by Roman Wolczak

This series of photos was taken in May 2019 at Chengdu, the capital of southwestern China’s Sichuan province. Chengdu is known to be one of the happiest cities in China and has many famous sites to visit.
Lavapiés ; A gentrification story by Andrea Ratto

CityEuropeLavapiés ; A gentrification story by Andrea Ratto

Lavapiés is a neighborhood in Madrid and it is not just any neighborhood. Its history tells us about a place of working-class tradition, which was previously a place of reception for immigrant labor from the rest of Spain,
On butterfly wings by Matthew Hall

AmericaCityOn butterfly wings by Matthew Hall

The butterfly flaps its wings effortlessly for a time.  It glides for a moment, catching its breath while enjoying a guiding breeze. Then another flurry of activity with no apparent destination.
City As Pillow by Bill Livingston

AmericaB&WCityCity As Pillow by Bill Livingston

They’re not necessarily homeless. They may be tourists waiting for their ridiculously expensive hotel rooms to be ready. They may be native New Yorkers who’ve pulled all-nighters at work or school.
Urban ladscapes by Stéphane Navailles

CityEuropeUrban ladscapes by Stéphane Navailles

Day in day out my eyes and my mind are on the look out. The street is my stage. The challenge is to put the props into order. In a few secs I figure out the script and the casting. Now and then it takes much more time but, never mind, I stop only when fully satisfied.
Ghost world by Juan Rodríguez Morales

CityEuropeGhost world by Juan Rodríguez Morales

I grew up in a town near a big city. No matter its name, all locations around the capital are roughly equal. Before being large urban centers which are now were small towns to which, in the sixties, many people went from all over the country with the idea of working in the capital.
Cuba ; Ahorita by Henri Kartmann

B&WCityEuropeCuba ; Ahorita by Henri Kartmann

Streets without billboards, passers-by who are not looking at their smartphones: you are in Cuba. Time has a relative value, it is the reign of "ahorita" a more approximate ahora (now)
River ice by Steve Geer

AmericaCityRiver ice by Steve Geer

Deep in the winter, after the water has lost its summer heat, the river that flows through the center of Chicago freezes. Not the whole river, just the top layer which becomes decorated with broken ice.
Hanoi Reflection by Wouter Vanhees

CityEuropeHanoi Reflection by Wouter Vanhees

When does one really know a place? Does it take one year? Or a few? Maybe a lifetime? Having lived in Hanoi for five years, I’m still trying to make sense of it
Urban areas ; My Ginza story by Yoshitaka Masuda

AsiaB&WCityUrban areas ; My Ginza story by Yoshitaka Masuda

In the middle of showy, commercialized environments in modern urban areas, I regularly look for chic and very familiar events that still remain instead of having vanished.
Poetic lyrics : Il pleut sur Nantes by Philippe Marchand

B&WCityEuropeFeaturedPoetic lyrics : Il pleut sur Nantes by Philippe Marchand

Barbara was a famous French singer who died about ten years ago. Her very evocative and poetic lyrics are still very successful all over the world.
Homo Urbanus Europeanus by Jean-Marc Caracci

B&WCityEuropeHomo Urbanus Europeanus by Jean-Marc Caracci

The series "Homo Urbanus Europeanus" is about the Man, in the City, in Europe... let's say about the European "Urban Being". Its author, the artist photographer Jean Marc Caracci, has covered urban landscapes the same way an archaeologist observes,
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Street Photography by Christine L. Mace

AmericaB&WCityStreet Photography by Christine L. Mace

My artwork explores candid moments and unfiltered interactions humanizing the subject, place or space.  I capture different cultures and walks of life to document the other and uncover the common thread that ties us together.
Cities : London in Black and White by Rene Siebring

B&WCityEuropeCities : London in Black and White by Rene Siebring

For the London Project I wanted to show the serenity of London. A city with almost 9 million inhabitants. One of the most important global cities.
Positive and negative : Urban Abstract by Jim Riche

AmericaB&WCityPositive and negative : Urban Abstract by Jim Riche

All of these images share a sense of positive and negative space through clear blue skies or dark shadowed area. They show form over function. That was my goal with this series. 
Urban Landscapes by Alexis Hernández Romero

B&WCityEuropeUrban Landscapes by Alexis Hernández Romero

Urban Landscapes is an approach to urban black and white photography that tries to capture the beauty, sometimes overlooked, of the city and its moments.
Narrative style : Silent Stages by Kenneth Dreyfack

AmericaB&WCityNarrative style : Silent Stages by Kenneth Dreyfack

My silent stages are platforms specifically constructed as settings for narratives; they are akin to theatrical stages or movie sets. At the same time, they are artifacts from various stages of my life
Skyscrapers : The View of the Tokyo’s Subcenter by Masuda Yoshitaka

AsiaCitySkyscrapers : The View of the Tokyo’s Subcenter by Masuda Yoshitaka

If I were to choose a place for me to enjoy such views, I think I would go with an observation deck in one of those skyscrapers overlooking Tokyo's subcenter.
Night photography : Easton Nights by Peter Ydeen

AmericaCityNight photography : Easton Nights by Peter Ydeen

The series “Easton Nights” began in late 2015 as an exercise in night photography, inspired mostly by the poetic shots of George Tice. The exercise soon evolved into an obsession, not just with the night or night photography.
London Underground by Katherine Young

AmericaB&WCityLondon Underground by Katherine Young

London Underground, colloquially known as the Tube, it is the oldest underground railway in the world. The Metropolitan Line was the first to be opened in 1863 and ran between Paddington and Farringdon. The endless tunnels are normally overrun with human activity at all hours of the day.
Territories by Philippe Sarfati

B&WCityEuropeTerritories by Philippe Sarfati

The first impulse behind this experimental project was to inject street photography methodology - moslty, the reliance on serendipity and spontaneous behaviour - into architectural photography.
Skyscraper Magic by Steve Geer

AmericaB&WCitySkyscraper Magic by Steve Geer

I live in Chicago, a city known for its skyscrapers. Of the 40 tallest buildings in the city, half have been constructed since the year 2000. These impressive cloud-piercing structures have skins of glass.
Staves by Alfons Olle Coderch

B&WCityEuropeStaves by Alfons Olle Coderch

Aldo Rossi told us that in the city, in addition to emergencies, there are the buildings that give it body. In effect, this is a kind of architecture that does not attract the general public
Chiarascuro by Graeme Youngson

B&WCityEuropeChiarascuro by Graeme Youngson

In photographic terms it’s usually taken to mean photographs taken in strong low sunlight where the highlights retain detail but the shadows are left well alone.
Street Wall Arts of Kolkata by Pritam Dutta

AsiaCityStreet Wall Arts of Kolkata by Pritam Dutta

The wall has always been the most widely used medium for communication and can be dated back to the prehistoric times. The act of scribbling, scratching or spraying anything illicitly upon a wall or any other visible public place is the dictionary meaning of graffiti.
The American dream by Jean-Mathieu Saponaro

AmericaCityThe American dream by Jean-Mathieu Saponaro

The American Dream. Has it become just a dream today? Embark on the US roads, from New York to the Deep South. Pass by scenes that seem like frozen in time and which maintain the flame of a former glory.
Street photography by Urvashi Singh

AsiaB&WCityStreet photography by Urvashi Singh

The Dominoes of Deceit places along the frame a vertical and horizontal array of men who are seemingly conflicted and yet non-confrontational.
Moments by Alexander Desouza

AmericaB&WCityMoments by Alexander Desouza

This photo series titled Moments was born out of my desire to capture people on the streets of Chicago. A moment or beat in life is very precious. The genre of street photography is best at telling stories through moments.
I Saw That by Andrew Kochanowski

AmericaCityI Saw That by Andrew Kochanowski

I have long had an attachment to things obscured. The 30 photograph series “I Saw This” was shot in New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Houston, Kentucky, Montreal, Detroit, and Miami between 2008 and 2016. 
In Plain Sight by Bruce Haswell

B&WCityEuropeIn Plain Sight by Bruce Haswell

I have been involved in this project over the past three years after deciding to devote my creative self to the pursuit of my life in pictures, so to speak, as that is how I view my work, in the most simple terms.
The sound of silence by Eduardo Asenjo

AmericaB&WCityThe sound of silence by Eduardo Asenjo

The differences can’t be considered limitations, although in our culture these concepts are commonly used as synonyms, limitations are no more than the opportunity to find other routs for the same end, and there is where I find my inspiration: "The sound of silence "
Edficie by Karol Palka

CityEuropeEdficie by Karol Palka

Edifice is a visual journey back to a time most people would like to forget. Pałka documents buildings that have survived the Communist regime, which years ago rolled over Central and Eastern Europe.
Higashi Ueno Friendship Market Now by Yoshitaka Masuda

AsiaB&WCityHigashi Ueno Friendship Market Now by Yoshitaka Masuda

In the wake of the Second World War, Tokyo had been largely reduced to a burned over field by bombing raids. The survivors gathered together with nothing but the clothes on their backs to make a place where they could live.
Noctilucent by Anastasia Deligianni

CityEuropeNoctilucent by Anastasia Deligianni

It’s been almost four years now since my artistic and humanistic interests, somehow always combined in me, have turned towards urban life, societies, communities, cityscapes, public sphere transformations and a thorough research of the needs that we develop while living together in a postmodern, universally connected but unevenly growing world with a heavy historical and political past.
Frozen in Time by Roland Blum

B&WCityEuropeFrozen in Time by Roland Blum

Every month my father gave me one Kodak Tri-X 400 film with which to work. As I only had 36 exposures for the whole month I learned from the beginning to think really hard about the pictures I wanted to take. This has influenced my work up to the present day.
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Mod UK by Owen Harvey

B&WCityEuropeMod UK by Owen Harvey

This photographic project is a celebration of the current UK Mod scene. Mod is a subculture that began in the late 50’s and through the years, it has seen many variations to its original style.
Street Photography; Me, her and Tokyo by Andrea Francolini

B&WCityEuropeOceaniaStreet Photography; Me, her and Tokyo by Andrea Francolini

“Me, her and Tokyo” is a collection of images all shot on a Samsung Note II while roaming the streets of Tokyo, pushing my daughter in her pram with my wife at my side.
Unequally; Urban Women by William Guilmain

B&WCityEuropeFeaturedUnequally; Urban Women by William Guilmain

The urban space is unequally shared between genders. Patriarchal cultural codes make the street as a place dominated by men. If it is well accepted that men can stay in the street, women only cross it.
Small Pieces of Peace by Georg Worecki

B&WCityEuropeSmall Pieces of Peace by Georg Worecki

The "Small Pieces of Peace" were taken in Germany & Luxembourg. Today these countries should really represent exemplarily the creation of models for a culture of peace. 
The Trodden Memory by Roberto A. Cabrera

B&WCityEuropeThe Trodden Memory by Roberto A. Cabrera

I’m interested in catching the feeling of loneliness. When wandering, empty places attract my attention. I believe that they’re a door to human need of answers, a door to reach truth and mystery. Commonplace objects can be trascended by contemplation. That’s what I try to do with my photograhs.
Upper West Side Story: Street Photography By Kalliope Amorphous

AmericaB&WCityUpper West Side Story: Street Photography By Kalliope Amorphous

Best known for her work with creative self-portraits, the artist has recently begun to turn her camera outward to capture the people and places around her on the streets of New York City.
In a crazy bubble by Omri Shomer

AsiaCityIn a crazy bubble by Omri Shomer

There seems to be almost nothing that disturbs those living there, not financial difficulties, not terror attacks, not even the flood of tourists coming for the Eurovision, that intimidating European song contest.
Silent architecture by Lorenzo Linthout

CityEuropeSilent architecture by Lorenzo Linthout

The silent power of architecture: an architecture that has the task of enhancing the empty space. Photographing the silence in the urban jungle is a work of deprivation, subtraction and negation
60s NYC by Michael Seif

AmericaB&WCityFeatured60s NYC by Michael Seif

In the 1960s I lived and worked in New York City, carried my camera everywhere, and photographed every chance I had - day and night, above ground and in the subways.The camera forced me to look, and to actually see.
Faces and situations; Street photography by Thomas Leuthard

B&WCityEuropeFaces and situations; Street photography by Thomas Leuthard

Some people my think that this is not nice, rude or against the law. But since I cannot ask people I shoot upfront, I have to point my camera towards them and press the "trigger".
Geo Oplaat – Black and white scenes

B&WCityEuropeGeo Oplaat – Black and white scenes

I carry a camera at all times and casually amble around looking for events to unfold before me and scenes that catch my eye. There are two things needed for this style of approach, the first is an open mind and the ability to be amazed.
Zero Dark MOCKBa by Davide Palmisano

CityEuropeZero Dark MOCKBa by Davide Palmisano

Zero Dark version of Moscow, is the guided tour of a city of dreams, and dreams should be made so at night. Because the night is a different world, sweet and ambiguous as a dream, and in those hours the cityscape in Moscow
Drift, In-Between by Merethe Wessel-Berg

B&WCityEuropeDrift, In-Between by Merethe Wessel-Berg

The streets carry our stories.People drifting, with no destination. People going to and from - habitual actions, cornerstones of an everyday life. 
Street Photography; Right Time Right Place by Robert Rutöd

CityEuropeStreet Photography; Right Time Right Place by Robert Rutöd

I feel more affinity to anarchy and contradiction than to reason and sense. For that hundredth of a second, the protagonists in my photographs are my comrades-in-arms.
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5 Great Architectural Photographers

City5 Great Architectural Photographers

The Best Architectural Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Julia Anna Gospodarou, Ralph Gräf, Anaud Bertrande, Kerstin Arnemann and Mihai Florea.
Architecture Photography; Morphogenesis by Pygmalion Karatzas

B&WCityEuropeArchitecture Photography; Morphogenesis by Pygmalion Karatzas

Photography has become the lens through which we observe and analyze the evolution of architecture.
Nikola Olic ; Architectural Photography

CityEuropeNikola Olic ; Architectural Photography

I´m a Serbian photographer living and working in Dallas, Texas, focusing on architectural photography and abstract structural quotes that reimagine their subjects in playful, dimensionless and disorienting ways.
Chicago by Thomas Alleman

AmericaB&WCityChicago by Thomas Alleman

Chicago is, famously, America’s “Second City”, a reference to the inescapable hegemony of New York in our national imagination: the greatest urban achievement of the 20th century.
Osamu Jinguji : Everything is in flux and nothing is permanent

B&WCityOsamu Jinguji : Everything is in flux and nothing is permanent

I believe that the essence of the arts including every picture is also a succession of “Creation and Destruction” in this world. At the same time, I make sure that their conducts and processes for creating every art are the works finding light, beauty or brilliant matters like “Hope”, “Dreams”, and “Faith”.
Stuttgart City Library by Hans-Martin Doelz

CityEuropeStuttgart City Library by Hans-Martin Doelz

The Stuttgart City Library in Germany is a location which is frequently visited by photographers. The building was designed by the German-based Korean architect Eun Young Yi.
New York by Manuel Armenis

B&WCityEuropeNew York by Manuel Armenis

Cities, like people, have a personality. It is this personality that makes them unique and distinguishable. It might help us to read and comprehend a city or we might get challenged, confused or overwhelmed by it.
Swee Oh ; Street Photography

AmericaB&WCityFeaturedSwee Oh ; Street Photography

Swee Oh is an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer, based in San Francisco, California.She is originally from Malaysia.Her work is focused in her two favorite genres of photography.
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Guatemala; Until the corn Grows Back by Lys Arango

EuropeFeaturedStoryGuatemala; Until the corn Grows Back by Lys Arango

Until the corn Grows Back; Lys Arango’s project was selected and published in our print edition 16. Criminal violence in Central America was something that happened very far away and that explained, according to the media, the gigantic caravans of migrants that from 2017 began to travel thousands of kilometres to reach the United States
Greatest jockeys; Fortza Paris by Marco Cheli

EuropeFeaturedStoryGreatest jockeys; Fortza Paris by Marco Cheli

Fortza Paris; Marco Cheli’s project was selected and published in our print edition 16. Over the years, until today there are many young Sardinians, specifically from Barbagia, who leave their island with the dream of becoming a jockey of the Palio di Siena.
Africa; River Blindness by Marcus Trappaud Bjørn

B&WEuropeFeaturedShotAfrica; River Blindness by Marcus Trappaud Bjørn

The project River blindness focuses on a neglected tropical disease, which is the second most common cause of infectious blindness worldwide.
Northern Siberia; Like Last Year’s Snow by Oded Wagenstein

AsiaFeaturedStoryNorthern Siberia; Like Last Year’s Snow by Oded Wagenstein

In the remote village of Yar-Sale in Northern Siberia live a group of elderly women. They were once part of a nomadic community of reindeer herders.
Mongolia; Kazakh Childhood by France Leclerc

AmericaB&WFeaturedStoryMongolia; Kazakh Childhood by France Leclerc

Kazakh Childhood; France Leclerc’s project was selected and published in our print edition 16. Though the daily activities may vary quite dramatically from one part of the world to the next, children can thrive if provided with a nurturing caregiver and a safe place to play and explore. 
Dreamland; Tale of the blue pear by Nikolina Petolas

ConceptEuropeFeaturedDreamland; Tale of the blue pear by Nikolina Petolas

Tale of the blue pear; Nikolina Petolas’s project was selected and published in our print edition 16. The series present a search for our own essence, which is embodied in the shape of a pear, in different color and sizes, which can be found in the majority of her artworks.
Homeless people; On the street by Zoltán Molnár

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryHomeless people; On the street by Zoltán Molnár

In the EU, the number of homeless people has grown by seventy percent in one decade. Nowadays more than 700 thousand people have to face the fact daily that they have no roof above their heads.
Religious devotion; Viernes Santo by Oliver Weber

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryReligious devotion; Viernes Santo by Oliver Weber

Ceremony of the funeral of god’s son Jesus. With the arrival of spring comes Easter week. It has centuries of history behind it and is one of Spain’s most authentic and emotive celebrations.
Losing our minds by Eddy Verloes

B&WConceptEuropeFeaturedLosing our minds by Eddy Verloes

I want this poetic-philosophical reflection to speak through my images in these corona times. In my series “Losing our minds” I consciously show only young people who are looking for themselves, for the meaning of life and the relationship between man and nature.
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Dodho Magazine is pleased to announce the new call for the photographers selection from all over the world that will be presented in an exceptional edition.
Deadline: Monday, November 30, 2020
Photo by ©Ryotaro Horiuchi | Japan | Issue#14
Dodho Magazine is pleased to announce the new call for the photographers selection from all over the world that will be presented in an exceptional edition.
Deadline: Monday, November 30, 2020
Photo by ©Ryotaro Horiuchi | Japan | Issue#14
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Dodho Magazine is pleased to announce the new call for the photographers selection from all over the world that will be presented in an exceptional edition.
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Deadline: Monday, November 30, 2020
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Dodho Magazine accepts submissions from emerging and professional photographers from around the world.
Their projects can be published among the best photographers and be viewed by the best professionals in the industry and thousands of photography enthusiasts. Dodho magazine reserves the right to accept or reject any submitted project. Due to the large number of presentations received daily and the need to treat them with the greatest respect and the time necessary for a correct interpretation our average response time is around 5/10 business days in the case of being accepted. This is the information you need to start preparing your project for its presentation.
To send it, you must compress the folder in .ZIP format and use our Wetransfer channel specially dedicated to the reception of works. Links or projects in PDF format will not be accepted. All presentations are carefully reviewed based on their content and final quality of the project or portfolio. If your work is selected for publication in the online version, it will be communicated to you via email and subsequently it will be published.
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