DodhersGiBi PeluffoB&W vs Color in photography

Have you ever wondered why photography was invented in B / W and not in color? The answer is simple: no one has been able to!

DodhersAlva BernadineCloud Cover

Epic is an overused word these days but if anything is epic the sky is. A few years ago, I started a project photographing clouds mostly from my third floor balcony and sometimes my kitchen windows.

DodhersPhotosatrianiICM Photography and COP26

Climate Change is unfortunately a concrete and dramatic reality. Yet a large part of the world population, however, does not admit it

DodhersAlva BernadineEarly Work

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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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Cloud Cover

DodhersAlva Bernadine879Cloud Cover

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ICM Photography and COP26

DodhersPhotosatriani835ICM Photography and COP26

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DodhersAlva Bernadine1142Early Work

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Don’t look for success, look for happiness

DodhersPhotosatriani1239Don’t look for success, look for happiness

The title of this article I have borrowed by Ferran Adriá. In 2015 I visited a groundbreaking and innovative exhibition in Madrid at the Fundación Telefónica, “Auditing the creative process” by the Catalan master chef.
Linda Troeller; A Successful Career in Art

DodhersLinda Troeller1587Linda Troeller; A Successful Career in Art

It was meaningful to celebrate my 50-year retrospective here in the region at the Kulturfabrik in Apolda sponsored by Marion Schneider and curated by Klaus Bohn in 2019.
Succubus; Female demon

DodhersAlva Bernadine1981Succubus; Female demon

A succubus is a female demon that has sex with men in their sleep. The male version is an incubus. They arise from medieval Christian demonology and the first mention of a succubus is in the 1300s.
Invisible Cities

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Beauty in photography

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I think the search for beauty in photography as well as in all arts is a very valid occupation. I‘m even old fashioned enough to believe that beauty has to be the aim of art, because beauty is as much an aspect of truth as wisdom is.
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DodhersPhotosatriani1665Solitude and Loneliness

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DodhersSeigar379910 photographers on their favorite photograph

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DodhersTanya Akkari3189Ralph Gibson: Master of perceptions

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DodhersTanya Akkari4049Annie Leibovitz: Photographer of a wild and glamorous America

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DodhersTanya Akkari2906Steve McCurry: The serenity of tragedy

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DodhersTanya Akkari1942Walker Evans: The documentary poet

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DodhersDasha Arts2420The story of my art by Dasha

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DodhersRaju Peddada3488The Last Days of Art by Raju Peddada

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DodhersNeale James5999Giles Penfound

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DodhersRaju Peddada8163Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

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AmericaDodhersRaju Peddada6747The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

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DodhersRaju Peddada6668Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

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DodhersMaria Oliva5969Jacob Riis; How the Other Half Lives

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DodhersMaria Oliva5691Robert Frank and The Americans, the book that changed documentary photography.

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DodhersRaju Peddada5561The Romantic Photographer by Raju Peddada

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