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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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Boxing; Muay Thai kids by Alain Schroeder

Boxing; Muay Thai kids by Alain Schroeder

Muay Thai kids project was selected and published in our print edition 19. Far from Thailand’s iconic tourist destinations, Isaan, the kingdom’s largest region, reaches north and east to the borders of Laos and Cambodia.
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.
What is lost…what has been by John Paul Evans

What is lost…what has been by John Paul Evans

Ffotogallery is delighted to present What is lost…what has been, a solo exhibition of photographic works by Welsh artist John Paul Evans, taking place from 17 June – 3 September 2022.
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.
Interview with Riccardo Magherini; published in our print edition #19

Interview with Riccardo Magherini; published in our print edition #19

Riccardo Magherini is a photographer and visual artist. By approaching his medium in innovative ways, Riccardo often challenges human perception, condition and context. 
From three to twelve by Tatiana Kireicheva

From three to twelve by Tatiana Kireicheva

This story is dedicated to my father: for 40 years he lived in two houses - in Russia and the USA. He migrated when he was very young, received US citizenship and was practically unable to return to Russia (due to legal, political and other circumstances).
Rotterdam Photo 2022 XL – Planet human x the human blueprint

Rotterdam Photo 2022 XL – Planet human x the human blueprint

The edition 2022 is unique for the Rotterdam Photo. Due to several postponements and cancellations due to the COVID-19 spread, for the first time, the festival has two themes at the same time - Planet human x the human blueprint.
Interview with Patrizia Burra; published in our print edition #19

Interview with Patrizia Burra; published in our print edition #19

Patrizia Burra brings together the Renaissance Classicism with the latest and the most modern Instagram aesthetics. Her concept of female expression and beauty transforms the obscurity of realism into the light of fantasy, creating new characters with her digital masterpieces.
Naples Street Art by Giuliana Mariniello

Naples Street Art by Giuliana Mariniello

In this recent work I have documented some episodes of street art in Naples which in recent years has been enriched with a lot of creations by Italian and foreign artists starting from the works of the French artist Ernest Pignon-Ernest
Essence of beauty by Edita Bízová

Essence of beauty by Edita Bízová

The main focus in my work was to make women look and feel beautiful. I see all women that way so it was easy for me. The harder part - even for the pictured women - was the comments that men sometimes have for the image
Pascalles, renaissance girl at the circus by Marina Marinkovic

Pascalles, renaissance girl at the circus by Marina Marinkovic

There is only one Dutch tent circus left that travels through the Netherlands all year long. Magic Circus moves to another parking lot or field every couple of days. And Pascalles loves moving.

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
Paul Hulewicz; Inspired by Unpredictable

Paul Hulewicz; Inspired by Unpredictable

Inspired by unpredictable is because something unexpected happened and pushed me to make this project. My own life showed me in recent years how unexpected events and coincidences turned out to be like windows opened to new opportunities.
The sensuality and femininity of flowers; Botanica by Maren Klemp

The sensuality and femininity of flowers; Botanica by Maren Klemp

Botanica is a collection of photographs that convey the sensuality and femininity of flowers. Throughout art history, flowers have been used as symbols for different emotions
The process of making a theatre show; Släpstick by Marina Marinkovic

The process of making a theatre show; Släpstick by Marina Marinkovic

“Släpstick” gives an insight into the process of making a theatre show. The photo series follows five seasoned performers who make up Släpstick, an internationally acclaimed musical theatre group who specialise in a blend of physical humour, musical virtuosity and anarchy, as they created a new show in the midst of the pandemic.

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Antarctica by Daria Troitskaia

Antarctica by Daria Troitskaia

The series takes us to one of the most remote destinations on the planet – Antarctica. Besides their artistic value, the photographs demonstrate an amazing man-made infrastructure consisting of camps of varying comfort, touristic destinations and research institutions.
Visual artist; Vobrocars by Thilo Larsson

Visual artist; Vobrocars by Thilo Larsson

Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and we are able to perceive it in every instant, place, space and time. But Beauty gains depth when it has the ability to touch us.
Yin and Yang by Yuliya Sudavnaya

Yin and Yang by Yuliya Sudavnaya

In this photo project I wanted to convey the ambiguity of human nature and the beauty of the unity of its opposite parts. In each of us there are such parts of the personality that we do not accept
Interview with Elena Molina; published in our print edition #19

Interview with Elena Molina; published in our print edition #19

In this interview for Dodho Magazine, Francesco Scalici met with spanish Photographer Elena Molina to discuss her ongoing project ‘Being a child in a Mundari camp’, which recently featured on the pages of Issue 19 of the Magazine.
Wildlife Photography by Nicolas Bamberski

Wildlife Photography by Nicolas Bamberski

That is when I developed an affinity for wildlife photography: walking by itself is not much fun, but I am lucky that my little suburban island of Alameda is a haven for wildlife (especially birds), and it kept popping at me in the most beautiful ways.
Horsemen of Kyrgyzstan by Josef Bürgi

Horsemen of Kyrgyzstan by Josef Bürgi

Like in many other nomadic countries, the horse in Kyrgyzstan has a very important place in rural life. It used to be the only way to travel in the high mountains of the Tian Shan, the sole companion of many shepherds and an ally in various horse games.
Pool’s Closed by Anton Panchenkov

Pool’s Closed by Anton Panchenkov

We love thoroughly planning our sessions and spend quite some time on building detailed concepts, carefully preparing each project’s features and environment.
Travel Photography; OMO Tribes by Jacopo Maria Della Valle

Travel Photography; OMO Tribes by Jacopo Maria Della Valle

The Omo Valley, in Ethiopia, is a circumscribed territory where numerous ethnic groups live. Each tribe is absolutely different from each other and has preserved its ancient and peculiar cultural traditions, so I immersed myself in this kaleidoscope of cultures.
Dancing shadows on the sand by Gibi Peluffo

Dancing shadows on the sand by Gibi Peluffo

Photographs taken on the beach of Albisola, Liguria, Italy. Starting from the concept of "Objet trouveè" - therefore without modifying the naturally found scene
Silent Space by Marlou Pulles

Silent Space by Marlou Pulles

We live in a hectic world where attention to the things around us is sometimes fleeting and divided. There are many stimuli creating an immediate need to react, an instant gratification.
Ma Petite Fleur by Margaux Chopinet

Ma Petite Fleur by Margaux Chopinet

This series is everything to me, but also nothing. It’s “nothing” because I went against all my technical instincts as a photographer. I did it with only my heart and soul, not with lights and a camera.
Nigeria, country of emperors, kings, princes and emirs by Elena Molina

Nigeria, country of emperors, kings, princes and emirs by Elena Molina

Also of divinities such as thunder and lightning, without forgetting sorcerers, priestesses and healers, buffoons and masks. Thus, we arrived one day at the gates of the palace of Emir Babakari III, where we witnessed one of the most ancient rites of the gwari tribe.
Berlin by Diane Meyer

Berlin by Diane Meyer

These images are part of an on-going series of hand-sewn photographs that were taken along the entire 104 mile path of the former Berlin Wall. Sections of the photographs have been obscured by cross-stitch embroidery sewn directly into the photograph.
Transcendental tranquility  by Dirk Roseport

Transcendental tranquility by Dirk Roseport

Seas and oceans are central to the work of Dirk Roseport. With his Transcendental Tranquility - Oceans Project he makes a contemporary reference to a romantic tradition within painting: that of the artist/photographer shunning the turbulence of the 21st century.

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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Barbara Wolff; Photographs

Barbara Wolff; Photographs

In the exhibition "Barbara Wolff: Photographs" at the Goethe-Institut Bordeaux, works from the series "Biography" (1982 - 1989), "Metropolis" (2018 - 2020) as well as "Amazonia" (2019) will be shown in collaboration with Collection Regard Berlin. 
Black and white fine art; Essence series by Pamela Aminou

Black and white fine art; Essence series by Pamela Aminou

This series explores the way we see the world around us. The images that I often create stems how I see and feel about the world around me.
Glass Faces by Joanna Borowiec

Glass Faces by Joanna Borowiec

Glass Faces present unique, enchanting, climatic and hypnotising portraits. Bewitching with natural beauty and somewhat unreal, mysterious, silent and oozing various emotions.
Loneliness(es) by Antoine Buttafoghi

Loneliness(es) by Antoine Buttafoghi

By necessity, choice or bad luck ... loneliness can take many forms. Whether it comes from punishment or, on the contrary, from a reward, it can go along with freedom, but does not hate disarray!
Beds; Bedtime Stories in Photograph

Beds; Bedtime Stories in Photograph

A place of retreat and sleep, a place of love, intimacy and lust, a land of dreams, a scene of birth, but also of illness and death - the bed has a multifaceted role in our lives and is thus one of the most frequently portrayed objects in art.
New year in Russia by Katerina Churbakova

New year in Russia by Katerina Churbakova

In several regions of Russia the New Year is celebrated twice. The national republics of Buryatia, Tuva, Kalmykia and Altai, where Buddhism is traditionally practiced also celebrate the New Year according to the lunar calendar.
Silence and snow by Ragnar B. Varga

Silence and snow by Ragnar B. Varga

Every winter, in the Nordic lands, harsh conditions and extreme temperatures reveal the true power of nature. From the first snowfall, the great outdoors instantly become quieter.
A Study of Fragility by Camilla Gorini

A Study of Fragility by Camilla Gorini

Things that have been written about fragility, in a short but very intense text, by the young poet Martina Maria Mancassola are beautiful and poignant, and I would like to thank her for lending me these powerful lines and for giving voice and thoughts to my photographs.
Exhibition; Cultural Landscape Lower Rhine by August Sander and Bernd & Hilla Becher

Exhibition; Cultural Landscape Lower Rhine by August Sander and Bernd & Hilla Becher

Sifting through the archives of both August Sander and Bernd and Hilla Becher always brings to light new perspectives on their photographic work. Thus, the exhibition dedicated to the two positions juxtaposes two previously largely unknown circles of motifs.
Pole Vault by Klaus Lenzen

Pole Vault by Klaus Lenzen

The series "Pole Vault" was created over three years during the annual Decathlon meeting in Lenzen's hometown of Ratingen, Germany. The photographer wants to present this aesthetic sport differently than the normal sports photography.
Herbarium of Summer Memories by Maja Strgar Kurečić

Herbarium of Summer Memories by Maja Strgar Kurečić

These photos symbolize the warmth of a summer day, the carefreeness and beauty of the little things in life. Each plant in these photos carries a memory of the summer spent on the Adriatic.
Solitude by Elio Ruscetta

Solitude by Elio Ruscetta

Since the pandemic has started, Elio felt a disconnection with the surrounding world and mainly between people. We have sadly begun unsure of the human’s contact, and we started to saw the others as a threat. 

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Lucie Nechanicka ; Nude photography

Lucie Nechanicka ; Nude photography

How to shoot at home and stay creative under bad conditions  I hope this article can serve as inspiration (not only) for all budget nude photographers who are lacking good quality equipment, a studio, lighting or any other 'necessary' things photographers can’t work without.
Erotic Photography by Marco Tenaglia

Erotic Photography by Marco Tenaglia

Erotic Photography, His photographs are balancing on this fine and sometimes tricky line between fashion-beauty-glamour and erotic-sexy-trashy
Rio and paying for sex by Lorenzo Moscia

Rio and paying for sex by Lorenzo Moscia

How many Brazilians, as happens all over the world, pay to have sex in brothels, low-class bars, luxury hotels, night clubs, in the alleyways of the favelas or even in a car in front of the Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro?
Erotic photography by Radoslaw Pujan

Erotic photography by Radoslaw Pujan

Born and raised in Poland. I have done IT studies on Poznan's polytechnique. Meantime of my professional work I have started taking pictures in free time. First landscapes, then portraits of friends, strangers.
Portraits by Richard Ansett

Portraits by Richard Ansett

My style and relationship to photography has been built from this foundation and I have come to realize that my fascination with other people’s lives is entirely relative to my own lack of understanding and sense of dislocation.
15 Years of silence by Mikhail Kalarashan

15 Years of silence by Mikhail Kalarashan

My acquaintance with Sergey occurred in the strange stage of my life. Now it is quite complicated to answer what has affected on my decision to come to Tsipovo on the way to home.
Nude and erotic photography by Kristian Liebrand

Nude and erotic photography by Kristian Liebrand

The german photographer Kristian Liebrand, born in 1973, portrays nude women in a way that is expressive, artistic, and individual. Using light and shadow, unusual perspectives, and imaginative composition ideas
Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

My photographs are “short stories” about a world that is falling-down. Each shot tells about worn-out characters who, in a sudden black-out of mind and body, crash with no attempt to save themselves.

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Interview with Marinka Masséus; Published in our print edition #02

Interview with Marinka Masséus; Published in our print edition #02

Marinka’s photography revolves around people and is a constant reflection of her passion and fascination for human nature and the way we live our lives.
Birds and People by Michał Konrad

Birds and People by Michał Konrad

Birds are like humans, and people are like birds. They are smart and stupid. They are nice and ugly. They are full and hungry. They are delicate and predatory. somethey are singing others are shouting. People like birds can fly.
Essence of beauty by Edita Bízová

Essence of beauty by Edita Bízová

The main focus in my work was to make women look and feel beautiful. I see all women that way so it was easy for me. The harder part - even for the pictured women - was the comments that men sometimes have for the image
Kristian Liebrand ; Calendar charity project

Kristian Liebrand ; Calendar charity project

Fighting the lack of water in Africa with a bathtub: New nude art calendar “Lost in Berlin”.Millions of people in Africa suffer from a lack of clean water. Access to drinking water is a human right since 2010.
Hakim Boulouiz ; Street Photography

Hakim Boulouiz ; Street Photography

Hakim Boulouiz is a street photographer with a deep passion for urban territories. The city captivates him, fascinates him, amuses him, but it also shakes him up, troubles him and preoccupies him.
Trolley pushers in Johannesburg by Claudio Rasano

Trolley pushers in Johannesburg by Claudio Rasano

Nobody wonders where each day they carry their load of refuse, outside the city surely: but each year the city expands... The bulk of the outflow increases and the piles rise higher, become stratified,
Gennadiy Chernomashintsev ; Fashion Photography

Gennadiy Chernomashintsev ; Fashion Photography

I was born in USSR in 1968, now live in Ukraine. I work as art director in DOMINO magazine (Ukrainian magazine) and as freelance fashion photographer.
René Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

René Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

The exhibition "René Groebli - Platinum Palladium Prints" introduces the viewer to the exciting work of Groebli with pictures that were created using the noblest, most stable and most exclusive process.
A country and her people; Armenian Wound  by Antonella Monzoni

A country and her people; Armenian Wound by Antonella Monzoni

Armenia was for me a real discover, with its oen wounds and its history, its bittersweet land, its proud, open and vital people. I felt as if Armenia asked me to go back many times, I traveled the whole country, walked around, met people who were willing to share their stories.
Mayapuri Industrial Area by Giancarlo Zuccarone

Mayapuri Industrial Area by Giancarlo Zuccarone

This area, where once stood only a few small activities, now extends to a radius of more than 4 km and every day work there over 3000 workers who dismantle and reassemble all types of vehicles, and then resell them as new customers from all over the country.
Drone photography; Typhoon Project by Pygmalion Karatzas

Drone photography; Typhoon Project by Pygmalion Karatzas

The Typhoon is the only vessel in the Mediterranean with the sole purpose to clean up the most inaccessible Greek coast lines, which has become, unfortunately, in some places a waste concentration.

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