Emerging Ukrainian Photography: Roman Zakrevsky

This is like a story that author wants to tell with the help of things. A story about someone or someone’s life - which was spied by Roman Zakrevsky. A life is like a frame that consists from different kind of stuff. Stuff like light, lines, person, colors, shapes - stuff that works with your eyes and your perception / imagination.
Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

This is like a story that author wants to tell with the help of things. A story about someone or someone’s life – which was spied by Roman Zakrevsky.

A life is like a frame that consists from different kind of stuff. Stuff like light, lines, person, colors, shapes – stuff that works with your eyes and your perception / imagination.Maybe it’s a story about the moment of belief. Belief that someone could understand the creator, and the creator inside can see other creators inside others. Through their acts, works and vision. Or maybe this is a personal story of author’s life that is described by thoughts that was combined in those things in the frame.

What’s interesting, that Roman always tries to frame the moment like it’s out of time and real place. Somewhere, to say truly – nowhere, or somewhere in between. Sometimes like in a dream, or maybe right here and right now. The pictures are made during first decade of 2000s. Mostly in Chernihiv, the home town of the author.

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

It’s like a story about things that just are. Like everything in our life. Not as they should look like nor someone made them to be like this to show. This is like a game with symbolical meaning of those things that are either obvious or not readable at all. On the other hand, photography is a space that can teach. Through new meanings and associations from those who sees. And who is the creator at this moment?

Roman Zakrevsky started his photo carrier as film photographer, taking part in collective exhibitions in Chernihiv from 2007. He works as freelance photographer now, making projects connected with people, their lives, aimed on discovery of personality through portraits. His photography method is closely related to psychology of personality, which is usually harmed by complexes of uncertainty and fears. [Text: Paul Titov, Fotoafisha.com]

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

Emerging Ukrainian Photography | Roman Zakrevsky

More Stories

Nude Portraits by Martin Zurmühle

Nude Portraits by Martin Zurmühle

My specialty in nude photography is landscape nudes in beautiful locations. In the last year, however, I have also frequently created nude portraits with my models in my photo studio.
A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

A virtual summer by Thomas H.P. Jerusalem

A Virtual Summer project was selected and published in our print edition 19. A story about a girl being stuck at home pretending to be on the beach.
Death is a teacher by Srideep Banerjee

Death is a teacher by Srideep Banerjee

It was around 1'O clock when grief crept in with the chilly winds of the Ganges caressing my face. Witnessing death of a near relative isn't always easy to handle.

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
Salt Making by Ly Hoang Long

Salt Making by Ly Hoang Long

This type of salt production was a low-cost technology that was known and used in shallow coastal regions throughout Southeast Asia.
Conceptual photography; Dissection by Kaushik Dolui

Conceptual photography; Dissection by Kaushik Dolui

The physical presence of blood and flesh is felt in nature as well as material substances also. If the skin cover is eliminated from all living beings, what we see? Blood and flesh is visible in the innermost part of every living body.
The specter of life by Marcin Mirosławski

The specter of life by Marcin Mirosławski

It is a metaphorical and allegorical journey through my self, but at the same time it is a universal story through metaphors and symbols, everyone can try to find themselves in these photos.

Featured Stories

Window Project by Davida Carta

Window Project by Davida Carta

This project was not born as a cohesive body of work. In fact, it surfaced from an editing process during my first semester of residency at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, where I am currently studying to get my MFA in Photography.
Joxe Inazio Kuesta ; Just a simple glance trapped in an image?

Joxe Inazio Kuesta ; Just a simple glance trapped in an image?

This reality can be a landscape for some, a portrait for others, a building for others, etc. ... In my case, the type of photography I do is street photography and documentary, and the main goal of almost all of them is the human being, and more specifically their glances.
The scars of war; Friendship Village by Kip Harris

The scars of war; Friendship Village by Kip Harris

The scars of war are deep and long lasting. That is particularly true of the Vietnam War. An entire generation along with their families, children, friends, and society
Africa; River Blindness by Marcus Trappaud Bjørn

Africa; 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.
Self-Portraits by Jen Davis

Self-Portraits by Jen Davis

In this body of work, I deal with the insecurities associated with my body image and the direct correlation between self-perception and the way one is perceived by others.
Jim Mortram

Jim Mortram

Jim Mortram is the pictorial architect behind Small Town Inertia; revealing portraits of people and their stories within a three mile radius of his home. This short film documentary introduces one of photography's more altruistic photographers
https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Mono-banner.jpg

We invite you to participate in the first edition of the Monochromatic Awards. We are eager to see photograhs with new focus points and innovative approaches

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BAnImage.jpg

ImageRights provides intelligent image search and copyright enforcement services to photo agencies and professional photographers worldwide.

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/banner.jpg

The book where words and images meet to never leave each other, The book contains 20 evocative paintings; each of them is a double page. 56 printed pages | 235x165mm

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/call21.jpg

Call For Entries #21 | After 20 editions and more than 100 published photographers, our print edition has proven to be a simply effective promotional channel.

Dancing in the Rain by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Dancing in the Rain by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Darjeeling has always been a place of attraction in my life. A small Hill station located at an altitude of 2042 meter changed my thinking about rain in our life. In my life I always used to run for shelter with the rain.
Kibera by Marcel Kolacek

Kibera by Marcel Kolacek

Kibera. The largest slum in Africa. With absolute certainty can not say it, but it's pretty huge, especially population density. Various sources state different numbers
Ethiopia – Change in the Valley by Matilda Temperley

Ethiopia – Change in the Valley by Matilda Temperley

The fate of the Omo Valley was sealed in 2006 when, upstream of the valley’s arterial Omo river, the Ethiopian government began constructing the ‘Pride of Ethiopia’
The Wat Phra Kaew’s Guide Book by Artyt

The Wat Phra Kaew’s Guide Book by Artyt

This Project is about “Wat Phra Kaew”. Wat Phra Kaew is regarded as the most sacred buddhist temple in Thailand. Everyday, Wat Phra Kaew is full of tourists from around the world.
Living with albinism; Nude by Justine Tjallinks

Living with albinism; Nude by Justine Tjallinks

Living with albinism not only means an absence of pigmentation in the skin and hair, but also impairment in vision.
Fine art photographs; Big Appetites by Christopher Boffoli

Fine art photographs; Big Appetites by Christopher Boffoli

Big Appetites (2003-present) is a a series of fine art photographs that features tiny, meticulously hand-painted figures photographed against real food environments.

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

Trending Stories

Horizon in Color by Anna Pietroboni

Horizon in Color by Anna Pietroboni

The project "Horizon in Color" is composed of Anna's favorite shots, because they evoke her emotions and memories. The photos are all in color to show the places exactly as they are in reality.
Life after death by Edgaras Vaicikevicius

Life after death by Edgaras Vaicikevicius

After the death of a person remains only what he created during his lifetime. Trees also are born and die. However, only people can extend the natural life of the tree. When the arm of creator touches the tree, the tree is reviving.
Seascapes; Fine Art photography by Nathan Wirth

Seascapes; Fine Art photography by Nathan Wirth

In his famous essay Nature, Emerson writes “To go into solitude, a man needs to retire as much from his chamber as from society.”
Anatomy of a photography by Hiroshi Watanabe

Anatomy of a photography by Hiroshi Watanabe

I work in the traditional darkroom and make silver gelatin prints just like old days. Prints are then toned in diluted sepia toner for archival purpose and split-tone-like tonality.
Horror’s Aesthetic in Ambiguity! by Raju Peddada

Horror’s Aesthetic in Ambiguity! by Raju Peddada

What is it about Horror, the macabre, that when it's vague and banal, effects us more than when it's clear? If horror is something that is sensed or felt, how can we manifestly depict or articulate it?
Anthracite by Nick Gandano

Anthracite by Nick Gandano

Anthracite is the most metamorphic mineral coal and has the highest carbon content. Its colour ranges from black to metallic grey
Today my sister’s getting married by Pietro Sorano

Today my sister’s getting married by Pietro Sorano

My sister's wedding day was one of the best days of my life. Strong emotions, tears of joy. But it was the moment when everything changed. For about thirty years it is as if I had not noticed its growth.
Skyscrapers : The View of the Tokyo’s Subcenter by Masuda Yoshitaka

Skyscrapers : 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.
Freckles by Zuzu Valla

Freckles by Zuzu Valla

My grandfather was a keen amateur photographer shooting amazing black and white photographs. I always admired other photographersí work, never thinking that one day I would follow my grandfatherís footsteps.

Other Stories

stay in touch
Join our mailing list and we'll keep you up to date with all the latest stories, opportunities, calls and more.
We use Sendinblue as our marketing platform. By Clicking below to submit this form, you acknowledge that the information you provided will be transferred to Sendinblue for processing in accordance with their terms of use
We’d love to
Thank you for subscribing!
Submission
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.
- Between 10/30 images of your best images, in case your project contains a greater number of images which are part of the same indivisible body of work will also be accepted. You must send the images in jpg format to 1200px and 72dpi and quality 9. (No borders or watermarks)
- A short biography along with your photograph. (It must be written in the third person)
- Title and full text of the project with a minimum length of 300 words. (Texts with lesser number of words will not be 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.
Contact
How can we help? Got an idea or something you'd like share? Please use the adjacent form, or contact contact@dodho.com
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Submission
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.
Get in Touch
How can we help? Got an idea or something you'd like share? Please use the adjacent form, or contact hello@dodho.com
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.