ConceptEuropeInfrared photograph; Hidden Light by Maren Klemp

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AmericaConceptPanoramic United States Abstracted by Brittany Hicken

In this selection of a larger series I am working on, I have been traveling alone due to the pandemic, and creating large panoramic formats of landscapes while altering the scene in front of me with a variety of mirrors.

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"Corona Time”, unfortunately, severely limited our worldwide touring options!  We found ourselves trapped in the studio. We decided to create an alternative imaginative nature reservation adventure to satisfy our adventurous spirits.

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Our printed editions, circulating throughout various galleries, festivals and agencies are dipped in creativity.

The spirit of DODHO’s printed edition is first and foremost an opportunity to connect with a photographic audience that values the beauty of print and those photographers exhibited within the pages of this magazine.

We invite professional and amateur photographers from all around the world to share their work in our printed edition.

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The first time I saw an infrared photograph, it blew my mind. It felt like I was given access to a secret and mysterious world. Infrared cameras captures light that the human eye can’t detect, and gives us the opportunity to explore a hidden world where everything looks different.  
Panoramic United States Abstracted by Brittany Hicken

AmericaConceptPanoramic United States Abstracted by Brittany Hicken

In this selection of a larger series I am working on, I have been traveling alone due to the pandemic, and creating large panoramic formats of landscapes while altering the scene in front of me with a variety of mirrors.
Covid Wonderland; A mutual project by Eran Gilat and Sefi Sendik

ConceptEuropeCovid Wonderland; A mutual project by Eran Gilat and Sefi Sendik

"Corona Time”, unfortunately, severely limited our worldwide touring options!  We found ourselves trapped in the studio. We decided to create an alternative imaginative nature reservation adventure to satisfy our adventurous spirits.
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AmericaB&WConceptUrban environs; The Shape of Things by Joseph O’Neill

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Hotel girl by Ari Bafalouka

ConceptEuropeHotel girl by Ari Bafalouka

Hotel Girl, is a photo series that has been inspired by the bizarre metaphysical sense that you get from places that you feel that they are haunted with many different sentiments and feelings, of people that have lived there in the past.
Father figure by Elena Liventseva

ConceptEuropeFather figure by Elena Liventseva

My project is an attempt to see, approach, and recreate the image of my father, to live out my feelings for him. I didn't know my dad, I didn't know him and my mom as a family, as a couple, they divorced when I was about 7 months old.
Fractal images; Melothesia by Ricardo Guixà

ConceptEuropeFractal images; Melothesia by Ricardo Guixà

This work belongs to the series entitled "Melothesia", a term that designated in Greek the affective relationship by affinity between all things, terrestrial and celestial, that populate the universe.
Winterscapes shake blur and A river of emotions by Abhijit Bose

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This series emerged from frustration and desperation. It took birth on its own as if the existence was there but denied consciously. Since we never care for our blind spot and pretend to be smart in every move, it rests there.
Liminal Space or the delicate balance between despair and magic by Titika Røtkjær

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One day I found a box in the closet, forgotten by everyone, with my father's photo film archive in it – and from that moment my dialogue with the one who is no longer there began.
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In this fusion of my two series, Out of the Darkness and Enlightenment, I explore a common theme: the transformative power of light displacing the darkness. Light embodies wisdom, healing, and growth in humanity’s passage from the dark to light ages.
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The first time a human being tried to communicate with an image he used a color, with which he colored his hand and covered entire walls with handprints, "signs" that from the depths of a cave have crossed millennia and now have come down to us: the first sign of awareness.
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Before I first visited Corsica, I read a collection of text fragments by W. G. Sebald, building blocks for a book about Corsica that was left unfinished at his premature death.
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The figure that appears in many of my images is known as ‘The Cage’s Keepers’ or ‘The Keeper’ for brevity. The cage, an analogy for society created by the German philosopher Max Weber, is not locked but open, and one may leave at anytime.
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How does one portray movement, or a weightless or a formless object? It is probably the most complicated task that photography has been trying to cope with since the early history of its development.
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ConceptEuropePanic attacks; Pandemonio by Alessia Spina

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B&WConceptEuropeConceptual Photography; Eurydice or the edges of the light by William Guilmain

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ConceptEuropeConceptual photography; Paradise Island by Alice de Kruijs

Due to colonial neglect and historical isolation, the Pacific Islands, home to the world's most diverse range of indigenous cultures, continue to sustain many ancestral life-ways.
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What would the world look like if human expressions could be suppressed? Sometimes we are really infused by our fantasies.
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I saw the Tod Browning movie 'Freaks' when I was about 12 or 13 years old, and it stuck with me all my life. At that time most of the movies were about war, or western movies and 'Freaks' was a real shock, especially for a teenager. 
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First of all some information about the background of the comic character: Wonder Woman represents the American idealized image of justice, idealism, perfection and power.
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A reflection on the notion of identity and post-humanity. A vision of an anticipatory fictional documentary that questions the relationship between memory and entropy. 
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In this situation of isolation imposed to stem the Covid19, I am obliged to discover the relationship with the closed and circumscribed space that my home represents
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ConceptEuropeIt is always light under the ground by Valentin Sidorenko

I close my eyes and I see how my mother would tuck me in bed when father had come back from work. He froze in the doorway and his face was red from blood.
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AmericaConceptWorld Was in the Face of the Beloved by Eric Weeks

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AmericaConceptAerial photos ; Collectives by Cássio Vasconcellos

The observer is faced with large panels of aerial photos if seen from afar appear to be textures or geometric forms that if inspected closely, surprise the viewer with a richness of details that compose a daily urban lifestyle in consumption patterns.
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B&WConceptEuropeWith the burden of memory 
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It’s like the Second World War never ended in Russia – we all stuck in the past, with our scars and hunger, with our glory and with our fury.
Black Earth by Gerasimos Platanas

B&WConceptEuropeBlack Earth by Gerasimos Platanas

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B&WConceptEuropeLight and shadow; Write a poem of silence by Carmelita Iezzi

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ConceptEuropeSurrealism photography; Sonja Hesslow

Sonja Hesslow was born in 1988 in Sweden. In her newest pictures, she explores the interaction between darkness and light. She uses a method called “light painting”.
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ConceptEuropeThe reticule by Xenia Fedorova

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Numen is a series of photography, sculpture, video, and land art. The intention of the work is to mimic, simulate and interact with natural phenomena that humankind has revered as supernatural: the numinous – the basis for nascent religious belief systems.
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The oxidized metals of the Mojave Desert landscape — rusted cans, discarded bolts, conveyor parts, spiraling culverts, and other metallic objects — seem annihilated by the gritty red rust of time.
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AmericaConceptTexas Relics by Steve Knight

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B&WConceptEuropeDialogues of Gogo and Didi by Alexander Chernavskiy

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AmericaConceptToken by Mike Chaiken

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Lost Values by Stefano Barattini

ConceptEuropeLost Values by Stefano Barattini

Seeking for lost values. Values of an Italian productive society downsized by the advent of outsurcing practices leading to the improvement of the tertiary sector, which replaces manufacturing most of the times.
Luma Koklova ; There are types of beauty that eschew prettiness

ConceptEuropeLuma Koklova ; There are types of beauty that eschew prettiness

The stories of the street are mine,the Spanish voices laugh. The Cadillacs go creeping now through the night and the poison gas, and I lean from my window sill in this old hotel I chose,yes one hand on my suicide, one hand on the rose.
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Maarten photographs the same neighborhood every day for a week, but always within the same 1-km radius. By narrowing his lens, he is able to broaden his view of a single area and actually see more within it.
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This photo series is a collection of old and new pictures, taken between 2014 and 2017. The later years I have been drawn to a darker mood in my working, and it's not so clean either, like my earlier photography.
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B&WConceptEuropeDramagraphies by Michel Lagarde

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ConceptEuropeHomo Ludens 5000 by Jan Von Holleben

I once ruled the worlds. Not just one, but many. I ruled them with mirrors and lenses. I ruled them with light and shadow and time. Sometimes I ruled with a trick of the eye.
The human soul by Dominic Rouse

ConceptEuropeThe human soul by Dominic Rouse

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Timelapses ; Gavin Heffernan

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Body Paint by Paul Roustan

AmericaConceptBody Paint by Paul Roustan

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ConceptEuropeFeaturedFictional narrative photography; Birth Undisturbed by Natalie Lennard

Birth Undisturbed is a fictional narrative photography series by Natalie Lennard, that brings scenes of natural childbirth into cinematic fine-art tableaux.
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Japanese Aquariums is a journey into some of my oldest, most treasured childhood memories. Whenever I visited my grandparents in the small, northern Japanese city of Otaru, my grandfather, a high school teacher and an enormous influence in my life, would take me to the aquarium.
Greenland; Stories from the Sea by Camille Michel

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Greenland became politically independent from Denmark in 1979 and is slowly getting on the path to economic independency. The ‘ice country’ is currently facing the consequences of climate change.
Intimate diary; Jazz Notes by Giuseppe Cardoni

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It is a declaration of love by Giuseppe Cardoni, but also by an Italian region, Umbria, which has always hosted the most important jazz festivals and where the author took most of his photographs.
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