CityEuropeNicolas Boulet ; Passers-by

Dodho Magazine 2 days ago 13 min 612
The serie is built around the photograph of passers-by in the same place (Paris) following the technique of the light-dark. The images are taken over several months. The set consists of over a hundred images.

ConceptEuropeStill life Part VIII by Stefania Piccioni

Dodho Magazine 3 days ago 10 min 671
Still life can be a portal to a personal kind of history. In some ways it’s very intimate: the objects chosen by the Photographer  reveal what they consider to be either of social or cultural importance, or of personal value to them.

EuropeStoryLife in Bihac by Allison Dinner

Dodho Magazine 4 days ago 12 min 793
Bosnia, a war-torn country not so long ago, faced a new problem in 2018. With the Balkan Migration Route taking a turn through Bosnia thousands of refugees have entered the country with nowhere to go. They were hoping to pass through onto Croatia or Slovenia, and then onto Western Europe.

EuropeHabitatAndalucia by Darren Lewey

Dodho Magazine 4 days ago 17 min 645
Andalusia at the point closest to Morocco has captured the imagination of travellers and writers for centuries. The narrow stretch of water only adds to the appeal that Africa is just a short distance away. From atop many wooded and sparse vantage points Morocco looms large.

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Summertime by María Sainz Arandia

B&WEuropeStorySummertime by María Sainz Arandia

Summer is happiness, and happiness is a strange thing that only happens in the past: it is a projection on a mathematically nonexistent point where what we long to have intersects with what we think we have lost. Therefore, returning to summer is impossible.
4 days ago 20 min 575
Sweet Gold, the honey huntars of Nepal by Mauro De Bettio

EuropeStorySweet Gold, the honey huntars of Nepal by Mauro De Bettio

In the vast mountain ranges of Nepal, there are isolated tribes who have, for centuries, collected a special type of honey from the slopes of the Himalayas. They live in remote villages of wood and stone houses which are set into the mountain range of the Dhaulagiri district, under the shadow of Mount Everest.
5 days ago 17 min 669
Gray Souls by María Tudela

B&WConceptEuropeGray Souls by María Tudela

We live in the best communicated society in history, an intelligent and formed society able to get excited almost without control before a book, a movie or a photograph. But he completely ignores his neighbor. The best communicated society in history.
6 days ago 6 min 769
Holbav, the Land Where the Soul Floats by Andrei Baciu

EuropeHabitatHolbav, the Land Where the Soul Floats by Andrei Baciu

At first, there was a discreet rustle, as short as it was concrete. I was very tired, since, as usual, I had woken up in the middle of the night, driven for about three hours, climbed gaspingly the hills of Holbav because my heart wouldn’t let me stop and risk missing the sunrise while in the shade of the valley
6 days ago 23 min 681
David Bowie – The Man Who Fell to Earth by Steve Schapiro

EuropeNewsDavid Bowie – The Man Who Fell to Earth by Steve Schapiro

Moscow (Jan 11 – Mar 31, 2019) The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents the exhibition David Bowie. The Man Who Fell to Earth, which unites two prominent names of the 20th century – the worldwide famous photographer Steve Schapiro and the musician and rock icon David Bowie. 
6 days ago 7 min 348
Sergey Poznansky ; Magic of an “immortal” photography

B&WEuropeShotSergey Poznansky ; Magic of an “immortal” photography

In our century, in which we are surrouneded by exabytes of glamorous pictures as a demonstration of ostentatious perfection of the binary code, some stubborn people of the past are still seeking for the technologies of the past.
1 week ago 14 min 1087
The photography of Michaela Ďurišova

EuropeShotThe photography of Michaela Ďurišova

I remember that feeling when I first held my father-in-law’s reflex camera. I also remember when I bought my first photography equipment. I felt nothing but pure euphoria which was reflected in many photographs I took. Some of them even won such wide acclaim I had never dreamed of.
1 week ago 15 min 1067
Made of sap and blood by William Guilmain

B&WConceptEuropeMade of sap and blood by William Guilmain

I always had been fascinated by the concept of specie’s evolution. In this work I wanted to shed light the proximity between the vegetable kingdom and the human body. I chose to use an analogic camera and instantaneous film because of the fragility, oneness, ephemeral and random characteristics of the life. 
1 week ago 11 min 579
Tobi Wilkinson – Gyuto

EuropeNewsTobi Wilkinson – Gyuto

Paris (5 Jan – 2 Feb 2019) To start off the new year, Galerie Thierry Bigaignon introduces a new program called “Matters that matter” through which, from time to time, it will invite foreign artists to exhibit for the first time in Paris on meaningful documentary subjects.
1 week ago 6 min 366
Winter in Swiss Photography

EuropeNewsWinter in Swiss Photography

Zürich (2 Feb – 21 Feb 2019) Once again the gallery Bildhalle is hosted at the Forum Paracelsus in St. Moritz this year and presents a group exhibition of important positions in classic and contemporary Swiss photography on the topic of “Winter”.
2 weeks ago 4 min 389
More colorful than life by France Leclerc

EuropeStoryMore colorful than life by France Leclerc

In the past few years, I have discovered wholesale vegetable markets in Kolkata, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh that have wowed me with their amazing kaleidoscope of colors in display. Vendors in these markets have an interesting technique to make their vegetables look more attractive.
2 weeks ago 8 min 757
The old theater by Francesca Pompei

CityEuropeThe old theater by Francesca Pompei

25 miles from Berlin, the East German military camp of Wünsdorf, city headquarter to the Nazis and then the Soviets, was once home to 75,000 Soviet men, women and children. Now ‘Little Moscow’, the biggest Soviet military camp outside the USSR, has been quickly abandoned after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the reunification of Germany.
2 weeks ago 10 min 689
Colors of little China by Juan Rodríguez Morales

CityEuropeColors of little China by Juan Rodríguez Morales

I have always believed that a good photograph is hidden behind any corner. It is not necessary to travel thousands of kilometers or visit exotic places to find an image that excites or surprises you. That’s why I like street photography so much.
2 weeks ago 14 min 1026
Huis clos by Kathleen Meier

ConceptEuropeHuis clos by Kathleen Meier

The series Huis clos confronts us with a suggestive confinement. What happens in us when we are faced with a desperate situation ? What do we feel when we no longer have a connection with the outside world ? Disorientation and loss of contact with the outside world put us into a physical and mental isolation and can lead us — in a conscious or subconscious way — to modify our relationship with the external reality.This maze slowly conducts us into a mental illness.
2 weeks ago 10 min 722
The time of water by Nazarova Daria

EuropeStoryThe time of water by Nazarova Daria

The past of my family is connected with the places where the Rybinsk reservoir is now located.Between years 1937 and 1941 more than 130,000 people were forced to leave their properties. Stone and old houses were destroyed and burned, the rest were dismantled and transported to new places.
2 weeks ago 16 min 907
Boys by Tatiana Bondarev

EuropeStoryBoys by Tatiana Bondarev

Boys from 14 to 18 years old who committed various crimes including hooliganism, rape and murder serve their sentences in the young offender institution in Saint-Petersburg.
2 weeks ago 11 min 918
Baye Fall by Xavier Ferrer Chust

EuropeStoryBaye Fall by Xavier Ferrer Chust

The Baye Fall is a Senegalese Muslim sect that is most easily identifiable by their dreadlocked hair, bright patchwork garbs, spiritual amulets, and well-known tenet of hard work.
2 weeks ago 9 min 717
Rosa Hacks by Nadine Stijns

ConceptEuropeRosa Hacks by Nadine Stijns

Rosa is the caretaker of a family house in the Philippines. She likes to create her own solutions for lacking or broken households items. When lola (grandma in Tagalog), the original inhabitant of the house, was still alive she would ask Rosa to repair and mend broken items instead of replacing them.
2 weeks ago 7 min 630
There can be a wolf in this picture by Anna Bernal

ConceptEuropeThere can be a wolf in this picture by Anna Bernal

After 5 p.m. in Lipakovo, a village in Northern Russia you can only see what your flashlight allows you to. The photographs here are made the way the locals see their village, a tiny circle of light surrounded by pitch black darkness.
1 month ago 11 min 1101
Pensive Moments in New York By Florence Gallez

B&WCityEuropePensive Moments in New York By Florence Gallez

Most first-time tourists to New York head out to busy Times Square and other parts of touristy Manhattan, seeking to feel the continuous flow of 24h life that ‘the city that never sleeps’ is known for.
2 months ago 9 min 1707
Dmitriy Krakovich : Emerging Ukrainian Photography

B&WConceptEuropeDmitriy Krakovich : Emerging Ukrainian Photography

Dreams and hidden memories – is what the artist works with. In his photographs the reality – landscapes or various cityscapes – is a bit reconstructed to include an imaginary personage who is missing from actual life or even from actual memory.
2 months ago 11 min 2033
The Nenets by Sara Bianchi

EuropeFeaturedStoryThe Nenets by Sara Bianchi

The Nenets are an ethnic minority with fewer than 50.000 people dedicated to reindeer breeding. They live in Yamal peninsula, Siberia. Yamal in the language of the indigenous means “the end of the world”
2 months ago 9 min 1542
The passage of time by Katherine Young

B&WCityEuropeThe passage of time by Katherine Young

London, the city of hope and potential, history and culture. One of the world’s most visited places, it has something for everyone. At times, the city feels like an amusement park with thousands of tourists pushing their way through the crowds.
2 months ago 13 min 1464
Interview with Julien De Wide ; Finalist in our Black & White 2018

DnaEuropeInterview with Julien De Wide ; Finalist in our Black & White 2018

Dodho presents many types of photographers with an open mind and a high level of requirement. It’s not a unique genre of photography, but different aspects and visions. It’s a great value to be in such a gallery. The visuals and writing are really good and we immediately feel how passionate the founders are.
2 months ago 16 min 1322
Unwrapped by Gary Sheridan

ConceptEuropeUnwrapped by Gary Sheridan

The Unwrapped series touches on aspects of the human psyche, individualism, perfectionism, escapism, overall a sense of self-obsession self-destructing.
2 months ago 10 min 1827
Bali by Tomassco

B&WEuropeStoryBali by Tomassco

Somebody while travelling makes pictures of nature, the others of architecture and another of landscapes and animals.I prefer to photograph people because you need more efforts to make portraits.
2 months ago 15 min 1040
Birds and People by Michał Konrad

B&WConceptEuropeBirds 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.
2 months ago 7 min 1021
Wildlife portraits by Nick Dale

EuropeFeaturedHabitatWildlife portraits by Nick Dale

I wanted to be a photographer when I was 15, but my mother said I could always take it up later – so that was that for 30 years! I ended up reading English at Oxford and working as a strategy consultant for a few years
2 months ago 21 min 1229
Faith by Giulio Zanni

B&WCityEuropeFaith by Giulio Zanni

I have travelled to Venice to photograph some of the iconic churches, to Abu Dhabi and Istanbul to photograph iconic mosques and to India and Nepal to photograph the key four places of the life of Buddha Shakyamuni
2 months ago 7 min 1190
Between earth and air by Markus Kaesler

B&WConceptEuropeBetween earth and air by Markus Kaesler

Between earth and air is a photographic-philosophic debate about the liquid room that divides the solide underground from the air. A silent space where the vertical growths of the plants crosses the horizontal flow of the water.
2 months ago 5 min 1006
Yamal by Marco Marcone

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryYamal by Marco Marcone

Yamal, in the language of the indigenous Nenets who inhabit this land, means “the end of the world”; It is a remote, windswept place, characterized by permafrost, by lakes and rivers and is the land of reindeer breeders for over a thousand years.
2 months ago 10 min 1028
I had left my home early in the morning by Lilit Matevosyan

B&WEuropeStoryI had left my home early in the morning by Lilit Matevosyan

For several years my study has been the history of my family: from generations that lived in the XIX century to our time. By making this project, I began to realize how a small story of one family, could be the history of millions of others.
2 months ago 18 min 1102
Henko, variable light by Massimo Giovannini

ConceptEuropeHenko, variable light by Massimo Giovannini

Henkō is a Japanese word composed by the kanjis 変Hen, meaning “change” and 光Kō, meaning “variable/unusual light”. In fact, more than a word, Henkō is a sound that bears a concept, that of a shifting light which transforms our perception of the objects that it illuminates.
2 months ago 10 min 903
Poetry of silence by Roland Blum

EuropeHabitatPoetry of silence by Roland Blum

Roland Blum is a liechtenstein based photographer.he’s specialized in abstract photography since the early 80’s. He studied music at the jazz school lucerne switzerland and spanish and art at the university of Havana (Cuba).
2 months ago 5 min 1429
Abstract Photography by  Mathias Soulon

B&WConceptEuropeAbstract Photography by Mathias Soulon

What remains of our lost enjoyments? The line disappears and it remains that the moving dreams of our past loves, fleeting memories, sensations of the caresses under the alcove.
2 months ago 11 min 1039
Interview with Emmanuel Monzon ; Honorable Mention in our Black & White 2018

DnaEuropeInterview with Emmanuel Monzon ; Honorable Mention in our Black & White 2018

It is a highly interesting magazine, open to all forms of photography, whether it be photo-documentary, photo-journalism, fine arts, and on contemporary photography in general. It is a very active and responsive journal on the world of photography, and is always a pleasure to read.
2 months ago 18 min 986
Oleksandr Pankovets ; Emerging Ukrainian Photography

ConceptEuropeOleksandr Pankovets ; Emerging Ukrainian Photography

Heavy social context masked under details filled with symbolic meanings within truly artistic composition is a handwriting in photography of Ukrainian based artist and photographer Oleksandr Pankovets.
2 months ago 12 min 1358
Ripe by Evelyn Bencicova

EuropeShotRipe by Evelyn Bencicova

Youth has no age. Powerful personality remains strong despite the time which is passing. RIPE portraits woman of great courage and character, ladies who are not afraid to display their natural beauty and ageing. 
2 months ago 9 min 1398
Water’s Pathways by Giorgio Di Maio

ConceptEuropeWater’s Pathways by Giorgio Di Maio

The first way of communication among men began with signs. Gesticulation from a man to another one, doing the first sounds issued by the mouth trying t o express using face. 
2 months ago 13 min 832
Self-portraits by Camila Orleansky

ConceptEuropeSelf-portraits by Camila Orleansky

All of my pictures are self-portraits, which convey the struggles and emotions in my everyday life. I’m interested in generating different atmospheres through the use of color, objects, locations and compositions.
2 months ago 10 min 929
Spomenici by Giulio Zanni

B&WCityEuropeSpomenici by Giulio Zanni

I’ve been taking pictures since I was 10 years old, and the common thread in all of them has always been, without a doubt, the exploration of self.
2 months ago 10 min 911
River Under Earth by Dmitry Ermakov

EuropeStoryRiver Under Earth by Dmitry Ermakov

Those people are Russians, but they are not Russians. There’s four million of them in Russia, but they are seldom talked about. They speak different languages, but they are united by simple everyday wisdom and the kinship with earth. As if they stem from the earth – like stones and trees.  They are pagans – or, having converted to Christianity or Islam, they are still pagans without fully realising it. Their world is different, full…
2 months ago 18 min 990
Shadow Reign by Mauro de Bettio

B&WEuropeStoryShadow Reign by Mauro de Bettio

When you ask around, people answer that they no longer exist. The children of the sewers are a legend, they say. But Chris is here in front of me. He’s real.
2 months ago 15 min 816
L’Opéra Fabuleux by Birdy Tg

ConceptEuropeL’Opéra Fabuleux by Birdy Tg

L’Opéra Fabuleux (The Fabulous Opera) Should we believe in Fate and if yes, is it possible to outrun to our own destiny ? Why some beings seem like be snatched by the black unfortune infernal spiral when others are blessed by the holy light and chance ?
2 months ago 14 min 681
The Eternal Feminine by Florin Ion Firimita

EuropeNudeThe Eternal Feminine by Florin Ion Firimita

When I was a child, I had a crush on the Virgin Mary, or at least to her representation on a weathered piece of wood hanging in my aunt’s kitchen in rural Romania.
2 months ago 19 min 1664
Sodom by Alexander Bronfer

EuropeStorySodom by Alexander Bronfer

My main interest is “finding beauty in everyday life”. I use urban surrounding or nature as “background” and always trying to capture an interaction  between people and their environment.
2 months ago 9 min 911
Purgatory by Daniele Martire

CityEuropePurgatory by Daniele Martire

Purgatory is a personal reinterpretation of Dante’s work, an oneiric photographic/textual journey inside japanese modern society and its critical topics. The viewer is presented with everyday street situations and people candid portraits in a way to represent, sometime in contrast with the text, each single circle of the purgatory and its specific problem the author wants to address. Tools used are a fujifilm xpro2 with 23mm f2 lens, using off-camera double flash on a bracket (flash…
2 months ago 27 min 948
El Espíritu Flamenco by Oliver Weber

B&WEuropeStoryEl Espíritu Flamenco by Oliver Weber

There are a wide number of adjectives to describe the Art of Flamenco: vibrant, agile, spontaneous, exciting, intense, dramatic. The frenetic rhythm and the vibrations of the dance steps
2 months ago 13 min 964
Portraits by Gerasimos Platanas

B&WConceptEuropePortraits by Gerasimos Platanas

These works can especially focus on texture and its inherent emotional qualities, the way a visual pattern can intrigue, repulse, stimulate. But interestingly, in this series, you will find a shift in focus from that sharp clarity to a greater ambiguity
2 months ago 11 min 692
Station Island by Michel Petillo

B&WEuropeStoryStation Island by Michel Petillo

The song “road to nowhere” from the 80’s band the Talking Heads comes to my mind as the world becomes more cynical, less connected and a more dangerous place to live in. Extremism fills up the spiritual void after decades of unchecked consumerism and glorified individualism. Believing in something greater than oneself is being replaced by a global Facebook network of virtual connections, reprogramming our collective consciousness, shaping our behaviour on what is wrong, right,…
2 months ago 19 min 897
Mundari by Timo Heiny

B&WEuropeStoryMundari by Timo Heiny

I was 17 years old when I travelled the first time with my camera through east Africa. As a visitor who comes from a completely different cultural background, I was fascinated by such an archaic way of life that I had the luck to discover at my journey.
2 months ago 7 min 826
Copypaste  by Tata Gorian

ConceptEuropeCopypaste by Tata Gorian

“Copypaste” is an observation of the ways in which the human living in a technocratic world continues recreating nature inside and outside the home. The imitation of the environment in artificial materials embodies the striving for immortality.
2 months ago 10 min 768
Old Father themes by Julia Fullerton Batten

ConceptEuropeFeaturedOld Father themes by Julia Fullerton Batten

The River Thames is not even the longest river in the British Isles and a mere pygmy in comparison with many other rivers in the world, yet its significance to British and world history is immense. The river starts as a small trickle in hills to the north west of London and travels for nearly 450 km through the south of England, the centre of London and thence out into the North Sea via the…
3 months ago 53 min 1363
Cross Road Blues by Oli Kellett

CityEuropeCross Road Blues by Oli Kellett

According to legend, Robert Johnson, the Delta Blues musician, met the devil at a crossroads outside Memphis and sold his soul in exchange for his musical talents. He was forever plagued despite his success.
3 months ago 7 min 854
The photography of Monique Roodenburg

EuropeThe photography of Monique Roodenburg

This project is an overview of my work. It contains different series, but also portraits. With the series I make, a developing process of ideas pushes me in the right direction. I love to do a lot of hamstering of materials after making a moodboard.
3 months ago 9 min 639
I’m not my body – A story about euthanasia by Michel Petillo

B&WEuropeStoryI’m not my body – A story about euthanasia by Michel Petillo

It sets out to document that euthanasia, contrary to suicide, is not triggered by a severe depressive state. It is a conscious decision and a deeply human journey where the dichotomy of right and wrong must make way for compassion and hope.
3 months ago 16 min 831
Blokovi by Giulio Zanni

CityEuropeBlokovi by Giulio Zanni

For years I photographed only in black and white. Good black and white photography usually has an edge in term of depth and presence, but selectively applied colors contribute very much to the emotions.
3 months ago 10 min 870
Calmness in Commotion by Matthieu Colnat

B&WEuropeNudeCalmness in Commotion by Matthieu Colnat

Ioi is very creative. Which was a good thing as we had a few ideas but we mostly improvised on spot. I usually don’t work this way. But I wanted something fresh.
3 months ago 9 min 1119
This is Spain, Street photography by Seigar

CityEuropeThis is Spain, Street photography by Seigar

This series is a collection of pop urban photographs taken in Madrid (Aranjuez) and Segovia during short trips in the summer of 2017. It plays with the concepts of identity and nation.
3 months ago 9 min 828
Peach margin by Oleksandr Rupeta

EuropeStoryPeach margin by Oleksandr Rupeta

“Homosexuality does not exist in China.” This is modern China’s stance on lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) identities. And yet when it does, national authorities turn a blind eye to their activities, so long as these are not reflected publicly.
3 months ago 6 min 888
Graphique project by Stephane Navailles

B&WCityEuropeGraphique project by Stephane Navailles

I have been practising photo since 1993, the year when I discovered San Francisco, its tramcars and hip hop culture. The town appealed to me as much as in my memory of the film Bullit, I’d seen a few years before.
3 months ago 5 min 721
Behind the obstacles by Vladimir Tereshkov

B&WEuropeStoryBehind the obstacles by Vladimir Tereshkov

Iranian hip-hop culture traces back to 1990s. Orinally rap artists were aimed at politics and social life. Pretty soon it resulted in stern measures and the following government control. Today anyone bringing the politics in their texts lives outsie Iran. 
3 months ago 14 min 812
48 Hours Blackpool by Benita Suchodrev

B&WEuropeStory48 Hours Blackpool by Benita Suchodrev

When I mentioned to a fellow photographer that I had booked my accommodation at Blackpool’s Grand Metropole Hotel, he casually replied, “La grande dame from St. Petersburg is visiting Blackpool for an afternoon chat with the seagulls.”
3 months ago 21 min 980
Still Life Part VII Shadows by  Stefania Piccioni

ConceptEuropeStill Life Part VII Shadows by Stefania Piccioni

In the study of history of photography it’s easy to see how light is fundamental, in fact photographers of every ages have been able to create atmospheres, communicate sensations and show the movement of surfaces through more or less intense contrasts of lights and shadows.
3 months ago 12 min 745
MAGNUM Manifesto

EuropeNewsMAGNUM Manifesto

München (17 October 2018 – 27 January 2019) This landmark exhibition celebrates the 70th anniversary of the renowned photo agency Magnum Photos created by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger, and Chim (David Seymour) in 1947.
3 months ago 3 min 653
Out of control by Alexander Lubomirskiy

B&WConceptEuropeOut of control by Alexander Lubomirskiy

I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. For a long time, I didn’t want to put up with this diagnosis. I took it as a cruel joke. “Do all people feel the same as me? All people change their mood.
3 months ago 13 min 908

AmericaB&WFeaturedStoryVanishing Faces Tibet by Larry Louie

Dodho Magazine 1 week ago 14 min 834
The current pace of development around the world has brought widespread concern about a loss of diversity in nature and the need to protect endangered species.  But the changes brought by the forces of globalization, industrialization and urbanization affect not only animals and plants.  People and cultures, ways of thinking and ways of living that have been in existence for thousands of years, are also at risk.  

AmericaB&WConceptFeaturedMidwest Memoir by Michael Knapstein

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 11 min 948
There is a certain magic to the American Midwest. Honest. Modest. Understated. Sometimes unappreciated. Often overlooked. I created Midwest Memoir as a way to help others see the American Midwest in a whole new light.

EuropeFeaturedStoryIrish Travellers by Bob Newman

Dodho Magazine 3 weeks ago 13 min 1143
Irish Travellers refer to themselves as Pavees or Minkiers, having lived on the margins of society for many hundreds of years. They number about 40,000 in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

EuropeFeaturedStoryThe Nenets by Sara Bianchi

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 9 min 1542
The Nenets are an ethnic minority with fewer than 50.000 people dedicated to reindeer breeding. They live in Yamal peninsula, Siberia. Yamal in the language of the indigenous means "the end of the world"
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