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

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Fotopoesie: The backstage story of a photo book

Fotopoesie: The backstage story of a photo book

An image only makes sense if it "sees the light" and if it is seen by someone. Otherwise it would be just a visual thought. In my opinion, the best way to bring an image to life is through a book.
The Fetish

The Fetish

I once won the Vogue/Sotheby’s Cecil Beaton Award, a competition for young photographers with a series I shot of a shoe. They were among the first pictures I took in what was to become my new style.
UFO – Unidentified Flowers Outfit

UFO – Unidentified Flowers Outfit

In its evolutionary path, humanity has always been characterized by the desire for knowledge. This desire, this curiosity, this drive has undoubtedly been one of the main engines of progress.
Nothing Better to Do with My Time

Nothing Better to Do with My Time

Back in the middle/late 90s, I made an attempt to get into fashion photography. To that end I started working for new fashion and music magazines which were popping up in London at the time in order to get a fashion portfolio together.
Macro photography; The little world in my garden

Macro photography; The little world in my garden

I would surely have lost my mind if I hadn't been lucky enough to have a garden with so many different plants. At the time my wife had a garden from which she could draw beautiful plants. 
Butterfly Shadows

Butterfly Shadows

The shadows underneath the eyes, vaguely brought to mind the wings of butterflies. Shortly before that I had finished a project using cut-outs and other things to form shadows of faces of women.
My Beginning

My Beginning

I learned to photograph at the Savonese Photographic Circle, in 1983 in Savona. Every Friday evening, in a dilapidated place, 15-20 people passionate about photography gathered.
The praise of slowness

The praise of slowness

Reading the book "The Secret Life of Trees" by Peter Wohlleben, undoubtedly marked a before and after in my life and in my way of relating to botany and the plant universe. 
Sea Walls

Sea Walls

After the disappearance of my father I had been affectionately next to my mother, left alone at fifty- five, as if she were my friend, my little girl. On my 36th birthday my mom was rushed to hospital due to intestinal obstruction.
Nobody’s Blue-eyed Boy; My Problem with Eyes

Nobody’s Blue-eyed Boy; My Problem with Eyes

In my second year of being a surrealist, I saw a cover of Tatler Magazine. On it was a black and white photo of Barbra Streisand with her eyes pictured green. I thought it looked striking. Sometime later, a line of a song from my youth came into my head.
B&W vs Color in photography

B&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!

Call For Entries

We are looking for 6 fantastic photographers
who want to give an incredible impulse to their career.

We are going to put your photographs in front of the eyes of the directors
of the best galleries, festivals and agencies around the world.
Are you coming with us?

DEADLINE | TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2022

PHOTO BY © JULIA FULLERTON-BATTEN
Cloud Cover

Cloud 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.
ICM Photography and COP26

ICM 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
Early Work

Early Work

In my first year as a photographer, I took impressionistic photographs of London using Cokin filters and various techniques to try to achieve that.

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Don’t look for success, look for happiness

Don’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

Linda 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

Succubus; 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

Invisible Cities

More than a year has passed since when, a virus with a size between 50 and 140 nanometers has put humanity in check and especially our way of life.
Beauty in photography

Beauty in photography

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.
ADD, Photography, Let’s Eat! Where the Hell Are My Keys?

ADD, Photography, Let’s Eat! Where the Hell Are My Keys?

My grades in school were always D’s and F’s.  Mostly because I didn’t go to classes that bored me.  I would go to the library and read instead. I was a voracious reader, and I credit that with my survival into adulthood.
Forniphilia; Human Furniture

Forniphilia; Human Furniture

Forniphilia is a form of BDSM where a person is used as household furniture. The best example is, of course, Allen Jones’s 1970 sculptures of a table, chair and hatstand, which surprisingly still causes controversy even today.
Polaroid Self-Portraits; An interaction between me and myself

Polaroid Self-Portraits; An interaction between me and myself

Since a young woman I have been documenting myself through self-portraiture. It wasn’t just showing myself – it was knowing and self-discovery - an interaction between me and myself.
My Approach to a Men’s Fashion Shoot

My Approach to a Men’s Fashion Shoot

I was once asked by a fashion magazine to shoot a men’s fashion story. It was going to feature suits. Before the words even left their mouths, I knew exactly where I wanted to shoot it.
Photographing the real Brazil

Photographing the real Brazil

I had always been interested in visiting Brazil, but everything I had ever read about the place would be enough to scare anyone away. Swarms of children attacking tourists on the beach, the extreme poverty, hordes of pickpockets and never-ending stories of street gangs, made me wary.
Arts suggestions for curious photographers

Arts suggestions for curious photographers

I like to live photography interwoven with other disciplines in a sort of a great artistic connection. So, I try to approach the photo composition and techniques thinking of examples
From Stills to Moving Image – Apartment Two, Second Floor

From Stills to Moving Image – Apartment Two, Second Floor

The parallel between the still image and cinema has been something that I have been thinking about for quite some time, particularly as a lot of my current freelance work involves working with both stills and moving image in the same commercial sphere.
Psychography: psychology and photography

Psychography: psychology and photography

Throughout this long year that is being marked by the rhythms and restrictions associated with the pandemic, many of us have realized that having a creative tool such as photography in our “backpack” has often been our anchor of salvation.
London and photography, five photographers on London

London and photography, five photographers on London

London is my favorite place in the world for photography and as I'm missing it so much, I've invited 5 amazing photographers to give me the London doses I need.

Monochromatic Awards

We invite you to participate in the first edition
of the monochromatic awards. We are looking
for the best monochrome picture for this year, 2022.

The contest is open to any interpretation of monochromatic photography,
black and white, grayscale, sepia or any type of tone.

DEADLINE | THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2022

PHOTO BY © SVETLIN YOSIFOV

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My Two Decade Brush with Neo Pictorialism

My Two Decade Brush with Neo Pictorialism

When I started as a photographer, my knowledge of the photographic landscape was rather limited in terms of the history of photography and the movements within it. 
Spooky Actions at a Distance

Spooky Actions at a Distance

Let me ask you a question. What is the hungriest you’ve ever been? I’m not talking about being hangry. I mean, have you ever been so hungry that perhaps you thought of selling your gear? Or maybe going to a pawn shop?
Where do you get your ideas from?

Where do you get your ideas from?

One of the most annoying questions creative people get asked is “Where do you get your ideas from?” Well here is the secret. You sit down and concentrate and think them up and sometimes it is a long and convoluted process.
Solitude and Loneliness

Solitude and Loneliness

In English there are two words to identify the two types of loneliness that can be felt: loneliness, which defines a state of negative solitude, normally imposed; solitude, which defines the state of being alone, but not feeling alone. 
My Friend Jim

My Friend Jim

This is my friend Jim. Jim was one of those people who understood what it is like to yearn for something big where his talents could go. He was a musician and writer and even wrote a musical about Napoleon.
10 photographers on their favorite photograph

10 photographers on their favorite photograph

The premise for this article were the challenging questions: Which is your fave photograph you have taken? and why? I have invited ten amazing guests to talk about their favorite image and the story behind it.
Flowers and photography; Spring Collection

Flowers and photography; Spring Collection

Every spring when the blossoms emerge, I feel the need to go out and take pictures. As a colour photographer, the blooms can make a very good accent in an image.
The market of NFTs/Cryptocurrency and art

The market of NFTs/Cryptocurrency and art

I am a photographer and painter. I am from Portland, OR and I have just introduced my artwork into the NFT/cryptocurrency marketplace.
Managing Anxiety and Nerves as a Professional Image Maker

Managing Anxiety and Nerves as a Professional Image Maker

Looking back over a year of the global pandemic, a recurring issue that I hear from almost everyone around me has been the debilitating effects of long-term anxiety and stress.
Doubt and nostalgia for light

Doubt and nostalgia for light

We have to doubt a lot, always, more and more often. Do not take anything for granted; we must not hang on to questions, waiting for others to give us an answer; we must always seek our own answer.
The Waitress, the Tarantula, the Body in the Bathtub and Why I Had To Buy My Girlfriend a New Pentax

The Waitress, the Tarantula, the Body in the Bathtub and Why I Had To Buy My Girlfriend a New Pentax

I’ve got a lot of 35mm negatives, which have suffered quite a bit of damage over the years. My ex had a penchant for purchasing houses that were prone to basement flooding.
Death in the Camera Store; Learning from Fear

Death in the Camera Store; Learning from Fear

I am standing with my fingers knitted together, resting on the top of my head. A few feet away, there is a gun pointed at my face, and I'm trying like I've never tried anything to not pee on myself.

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Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

“You are a naughty man!” responded an amused, flirtatious and nude Simone de Beauvoir to Art Shay, who had sneaked from behind the open door and shot a whole strip of her nudes, while she groomed herself in the bathroom.
Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

I always felt that abstract photography was something one needs to mature into.  It takes insight and patience to see what is insinuated rather than what is implied. 
Tom Stoddart

Tom Stoddart

A former Times editorial photographer, Paul Rogers is now a respected wedding photojournalist. His style pays homage to a finely honed journalistic eye that saw him cover assignments in Iraq, Africa and North Korea.
The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

Ten years before India's independence, in 1937, a little after 7.00 pm, four men and a five year old boy, after some hearty afternoon snacks at a local eatery, seeking novelty, sauntered into a photo studio, in Kakinada
Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

One of the many joys of photography is in the suddenness with which opportunities manifest in front of us. It would be utterly remiss of us, as photographers, to not cash in on such chances.
The Concept of Visual Parataxis by Raju Peddada

The Concept of Visual Parataxis by Raju Peddada

I am a writer by passion and a photographer by design. What I mean by this is that writing requires a lot of practice, dedicated labor every day, just to attain mediocrity. It is a very discouraging avocation.
What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph? by Sharon Tenenbaum

What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph? by Sharon Tenenbaum

Every person you ask might have a different answer to that question, however, from my experience, there are a few key factors that are imperative to transforming a just good image to a great one.
Lunch atop a skyscraper: The mysterious photo that portrays the resilience of a country

Lunch atop a skyscraper: The mysterious photo that portrays the resilience of a country

Lunch atop a skyscraper: This is, probably, the most epic picture of a lunch ever taken. Its protagonists are not influential or known characters (in fact, until today, only 2 of the 11 men photographed have been identified)

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Robert Mapplethorpe: a black and white rebellion

Robert Mapplethorpe: a black and white rebellion

The charm of Robert Mapplethorpe is such, that he was able to captivate not only a city but become an icon of American culture. He didn't need many words or colors to achieve that. His black and white odyssey created a revolution that changed the stigmas of the epoque.
Don’t look for success, look for happiness

Don’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.
Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville: The second in which Robert Doisneau immortalized love

Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville: The second in which Robert Doisneau immortalized love

Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville by Robert Doisneau; This photograph is one of the icons of eternal love. A young man stands in the street, surrounds his girlfriend with his arm and kisses her passionately in front of the Paris City Hall, stopping the world around him.
The praise of slowness

The praise of slowness

Reading the book "The Secret Life of Trees" by Peter Wohlleben, undoubtedly marked a before and after in my life and in my way of relating to botany and the plant universe. 
Annie Leibovitz: Photographer of a wild and glamorous America

Annie Leibovitz: Photographer of a wild and glamorous America

Annie Leibovitz is more than a name, more than a lens or a frame, it is an unmistakable seal. The American photographer enters any selection of the best editorial photographers in the world.
UFO – Unidentified Flowers Outfit

UFO – Unidentified Flowers Outfit

In its evolutionary path, humanity has always been characterized by the desire for knowledge. This desire, this curiosity, this drive has undoubtedly been one of the main engines of progress.
Ross Harvey

Ross Harvey

An advanced degree in computer science may not necessaily be considered the makings for a creative leaning that so refreshingly understands photographic geometry, light and composition. This is a short film about wedding and street photographer Ross Harvey
What is Erotic Photography?

What is Erotic Photography?

According to encyclopedia.com: ​Erotic photography consists of images produced with a photographic camera that inspire sexual feelings. According to encyclopedia.com: ​Erotic photography is a style of ​art photography​ of an ​erotic​, sexually suggestive, or sexually provocative nature.
Art market by Dasha

Art market by Dasha

In every human action lies a certain pattern. We unconsciously do many things in our lives. Many people know by the example of the layout of goods in a supermarket.
Eddie Adams’ Saigon Execution: The two sides of a war, captured in one single image

Eddie Adams’ Saigon Execution: The two sides of a war, captured in one single image

Saigon Execution ; We are facing one of the most shocking photographs of the last century; one of the most iconic and legendary representations of the cruelty of war conflicts.
India: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

India: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

India! There's no one adjective to capture the essence of it! Superlatives would fall short, in describing the oldest continuously existing civilization in the world.

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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.
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