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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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Pride and prejudici by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudici by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudici project was selected and published in our print edition 23. This ongoing series of studio portraits of young men is intended to challenge the viewer with social constructs that are centered around masculinity and femininity. Gender bias, gender roles and stereotypes can affect everyone negatively.
Mapusa Road Washermen by Henri Kartmann

Mapusa Road Washermen by Henri Kartmann

At daybreak, the light is splendid on the plain of Mapusa road. The laundry seems to float in the void. The laundry team is already hard at work. They are low caste people, none of them speak English, but after exchanging tea and cigarettes contact is established and I spend the morning with them.
Exhibition; Meryl Meisler

Exhibition; Meryl Meisler

To celebrate this anniversary, the Lambert Lambert agency is moving to a new location in the heart of Paris. Carole Lambert and her team have taken over a special place at the far end of a paved, tree-lined courtyard in the Marais.
Journey into the depths of Chad by Elena Molina

Journey into the depths of Chad by Elena Molina

We are in the Borkou desert, in the Sahel; that torrid plain burned by an implacable sun and a wind that roars until exhaustion. However, this is where the Tubus, since ancient times, decided to live.
Refractions of Desire by The Sodville Seven

Refractions of Desire by The Sodville Seven

A heavy life crushes. A light life is unbearable. This body of work reflects the dark side of desire in relation to the search for lightness. Without desire and overcoming obstacles, life becomes meaningless.
Vicissitudes of Desire by Jack Savage

Vicissitudes of Desire by Jack Savage

A series of Contemporary Photographic Film Noir made up of Portraits, street scenes, mysterious landscapes and digital manipulations - all shot in glorious monochrome.
Bird of Prey by Stefano Lunardi

Bird of Prey by Stefano Lunardi

This project of mine IS NOT a wildlife project but a PORTRAIT FINE ART project to capture the personality of the bird and the spirit that animates them through poses and looks, through the eyes, the most important organ for these birds.
Interview with Foteini Zaglara; published in our print edition #22

Interview with Foteini Zaglara; published in our print edition #22

My style is closely related (to) but not limited to fine art photography. About my personal style,  I wouldn't say it has a specific description. I'm in a phase where I'm experimenting quite a bit so it's a "process in progress."
Lake Turkana is found in the Kenyan Rift Valley by Joe Buergi

Lake Turkana is found in the Kenyan Rift Valley by Joe Buergi

Lake Turkana is found in the Kenyan Rift Valley, in northern Kenya, with its far northern end crossing into Ethiopia. It is the world’s largest permanent desert lake and the world’s largest alkaline lake.  The Omo, Turkwel, and Kerio rivers flow into the lake, but lacking outflow, its only water loss is by evaporation.
Landscape by Aleš Jungmann

Landscape by Aleš Jungmann

I understand landscape photography as an exploration of an unknown space beyond my intimate and civilized experience. On the border of the city, modernity, technology and progress.
Fear of Dementia by Annette Golaz

Fear of Dementia by Annette Golaz

Dementia runs in my family. My grandmother was demented, and now my mother is too. Only recently we had to finally move her to a care home. To watch her brain slowly deteriorate over the last decade has been heartbreaking and confusing.
Interview with Marius Surleac; published in our print edition #22

Interview with Marius Surleac; published in our print edition #22

The name “Invisible Man” comes from the photo with the same name, the BW street photo in which there are some kids on a pedestrian bridge and somewhere in the frame is an old man that is not present in the reflection (I used some of the basic physics tricks). Hence, it came to my mind the idea of sole people – even though we are in a group we still can be alone.
These Walls Have Eyes by Anton Panchenkov

These Walls Have Eyes by Anton Panchenkov

Anton Panchenkov is a street, travel, and creative photographer from Russia, currently based in Kazakhstan. He is a corporate lawyer in his primary occupation but has been interested in photography for many years.
Garden of Eden 2525 by Ari Bafalouka

Garden of Eden 2525 by Ari Bafalouka

Garden of Eden 2525, is a photo series for a post-apocalyptic dystopian space, where, a “meta” sapiens humanity, faces the debris and the deserted landscapes, as a result of its past decisions and actions.

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Turkish Oil Wrestling by Alain Schroeder

Turkish Oil Wrestling by Alain Schroeder

In the heat of the blazing sun, skin glistening with olive oil, wearing only the traditional kispet (thick leather pants), men of all ages, pair off to wrestle in the oldest sport in recorded history after the Olympic Games.
Poetry of Silence – Light paintings by Roland Blum in the Johanniterkirche Feldkirch

Poetry of Silence – Light paintings by Roland Blum in the Johanniterkirche Feldkirch

Originally a hospice of the Order of St. John, built in 1218, the small church in the middle of Feldkirch's historic centre is now, after a chequered history, home to an extraordinary exhibition space for contemporary art.
PhotoBook: Matterhorn II by Nenad Šaljić

PhotoBook: Matterhorn II by Nenad Šaljić

Nenad Šaljić was born 1961 in Croatia. He is a Zermatt-Switzerland based visual artist best known for his photographic art. Being trained as a mountaineer and a caver, Šaljić is inspired by earth’s geological history.
A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution, is Alchemy (2021), a collection of 14 vibrant chromogenic prints. Each one reiterates the same basic composition and design, with Ilana’s avatar recurring indomitably across two orderly rows. 
Exhibition; Altres móns, altres mirades by Elena Molina

Exhibition; Altres móns, altres mirades by Elena Molina

The photographic exhibition "Altres Móns, Altres Mirades", by Elena Molina, is a solidarity project, whose proceeds will go entirely to the Malaika Foundation
Turin; You Do Not See by Riccardo Surace

Turin; You Do Not See by Riccardo Surace

The project titled What You Do Not See, Unordinary tells the story of the City of Turin, my city, seen through the eyes of passersby. All photographs have been captured with a long exposure technique; in other words, I mixed then history of the city with my own history, my life experience. In fact, after five years spent fighting a disease, my artistic purpose is primarily that of representing the all too familiar feeling when, as a young man wandering through the city, one feels invisible, and yet still he is thoroughly involved in its daily frenzy.
Til All Is Correct by Louise Fago-Ruskin

Til All Is Correct by Louise Fago-Ruskin

I like to think of my Great Uncle Moszek hovering  somewhere between floors 8 and 12 of Nalewki Street  9 in the Warsaw ghetto. It is a safe place, this imagined placement of his body. Down below the streets of the ghetto are not safe. A German soldier has been killed and revenge is about to be sought. Boots are  heard on the ground, moving ever closer to number 9.
He / She by Stefania Pucci

He / She by Stefania Pucci

Andrea is a woman. In a man's body. This is the definition of h*self that everyone has when it has to do with him. This description, however, doesn't tell what exactly Andrea is. This description doesn't tell anything about strength,  anything about the pride, doesn't tell anything about the road h* traveled to be here now.
Portraits from the wilderness by Graeme Purdy

Portraits from the wilderness by Graeme Purdy

Portraits from the wilderness was selected and published in our print edition 21. My photography has been inspired by nature, wild animals and my love of the outdoors. More recently, I am driven to help protect our wildlife and wild places.
Looker Watchers of the forest

Looker Watchers of the forest

Artist Gary Dawes has created a series of art works entitled LOOKER – Watchers of the Forest, which aims to raise awareness to the threats faced by trees, woodlands and forests around the world. The first art exhibition to be displayed along the Major Oak trail at the reserve.
Sacred journey to Mongolia by Victoria Knobloch

Sacred journey to Mongolia by Victoria Knobloch

It is well said, that the true source, the true human home can only by found within. Yet as humans we live in a world with outside phenomena and the outside influences the inner and vice versa.
In memory of Peter Eleveld

In memory of Peter Eleveld

Photography has always been Peter Eleveld's passion. Some time ago, Peter couldn’t feel the excitement and creativity anymore and decided to leave the corporate world behind. He was always attracted to old camera’s and historic photographic processes and started working with the Wet Plate collodion process
The big dream of small towns by Wojciech Karliński

The big dream of small towns by Wojciech Karliński

Blocks - complexes of apartments connected by a common spatial structure, in larger agglomerations functioning as blocks of flats. Their construction, supported in the communist-ruled Poland, was a sign of progress, especially since before the war.
Stories Behind the Stories by Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan

Stories Behind the Stories by Mahmud Tareq Hassan Khan

During my recent trip to South Asia, I was fortunate to shoot more than 15K photographs. Of them, many cover peoples, mostly working women. What amazes me is that more women are working, besides men, to support their families than before and in varieties of sectors, not only in garments but rather everywhere.

Portrait Photography Awards

We invite you to participate in the first edition
of the Portrait Photography Awards. We are looking
for the best portrait for this year, 2023.

Our call is open to any artistic interpretation of portrait photography.

DEADLINE | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2023

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USA Story by alessandra caroselli

USA Story by alessandra caroselli

When there is diversity, there is variety. Often this word is used to indicate differences in race, social class or gender. To have diversity, there needs to be a mixture of everything you are talking about.
Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

The all blue photos are inspired by the colour blue of the the aether, represented by a Stupa in the Buddhist cemetery of Koyasan, Japan. The top of it is blue : the invisible ocean of pure consciousness.
Photobook: Where Italy and Europe begin, A rock called Lampedusa by Sonia Fattori and Marta Daneluzzi

Photobook: Where Italy and Europe begin, A rock called Lampedusa by Sonia Fattori and Marta Daneluzzi

The aim of the "Uno scoglio chiamato Lampedusa/A rock called Lampedusa" photographic book with text in both Italian and English, published in June 2022 by San Marco Edizioni (Italy), is a tribute to the beauty of Lampedusa, "o scogghiu", the rock, as its inhabitants affectionately call it, and a thank you for the welcome the two authors, Sonia Fattori (photographs) and Marta Daneluzzi (texts) received.
From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

This is how this project came about, "From the figurative to the abstract", a series of photographs that develops in two stages, confinement and post-confinement, and which attempts to capture how these events changed my way of perceiving reality.
Firmitas by Iván Cáceres

Firmitas by Iván Cáceres

Within the development framework of a project for the renewal and redefinition of our current democratic system, it is essential to tackle the problem of historical memory, especially in relation to the Spanish Civil War, by questioning the past and the present with a critical eye.
Conceptual portrait; Faces by Seigar

Conceptual portrait; Faces by Seigar

This conceptual portrait series was inspired by the lyrics of the song Mercury by Steve Lacy: "You think I'm two-faced, I can name twenty-three / My layers, all these sides". This work represents a metaphor for personality traits conveyed through my longest and still ongoing project My Plastic People.
Visual meditation, The close embrace by Iveta Lazdina

Visual meditation, The close embrace by Iveta Lazdina

This visual meditation explores a grove of Silver Birches I frequent on daily walks near my home. Each image symbolically reflects my struggle to find balance amidst the turmoil of thoughts and emotions that arise when the forest's silence takes over.
The invisible man by Marius Surleac

The invisible man by Marius Surleac

The invisible man was selected and published in our print edition 22. Unexpressed emotions, hidden from the eye of the crowd, waiting to be found, like a gold nugget in the mud, sitting, unattended but pulsing, pumping every second until someone could sense that vibe.
Altai by Nadezhda Krylova

Altai by Nadezhda Krylova

Nadezhda Krylova (Areshina) was born in 1986 in St. Petersburg. She studied Documentary Photography at the School of Modern Photography Docdocdoc in St. Petersburg between 2019 and 2021.
The presence of an absence by Francesco Pace Rizzi

The presence of an absence by Francesco Pace Rizzi

The ephemeral geometries of the shadows, sometimes complex, sometimes simple, exert a great fascination on me such as to push me to deepen this topic and create a project (started in 2019) where the shadows are in a sort of dialogue with the scene, able to free the imagination and create surreal and intangible images.
Photobook; Elephant by Laurent Baheux

Photobook; Elephant by Laurent Baheux

After dedicating his last book to pay homage to the Lion, Laurent Baheux invites us to journey through nearly 20 years of unforgettable encounters with the emblematic animal from Africa, the Elephant.
Sahara Giants by Alice de Kruijs

Sahara Giants by Alice de Kruijs

When in 2000, the palaeontologist Paul Sereno went to look for new dinosaur bones in the Sahara Desert, he did not expect that he would return from there as an archaeologist. Arriving in the northeast of Niger, Sereno and his colleague’s day after day sifted through the sand of Tener, one of the most inhospitable deserts in the world, which even the nomadic inhabitants of the Sahara call “desert in the desert”.

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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.
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.
Five minutes with Maria Svarbova

Five minutes with Maria Svarbova

Earlier works of young and talented author, publishing under name Maria Svarbova are resembling a dream like reality with elements of surrealism and Art Nouveau. Her latest photographs focus on delivering a message and triggering feelings with focus on minimalism and purity.
Matilde Pernille ; Conceptual Photography

Matilde Pernille ; Conceptual Photography

This photo series is a collection of old and new pictures, taken between 2014 and 2017. The later years I have been drawn to a darker mood in my working, and it's not so clean either, like my earlier photography.
Dramagraphies by Michel Lagarde

Dramagraphies by Michel Lagarde

"Dramagraphies". A series of selfportraits of Michel Lagarde. I'm not a photographer in the customary meaning of the word. I'm not taking pictures of the existing reality.
La vida en disparos by Jose Girl

La vida en disparos by Jose Girl

Jose Girl is a Spanish photographer living in Los Angeles since 2010.Very related to the world of rock, she has to date published 3 books of photography on this subject, and has worked with some of the most important musical publications of Spain, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia.
Five minutes with Sean Archer

Five minutes with Sean Archer

Sean Archer is a portrait photographer, speaker, educator. It took him just two years to go the entire way from a beginner who knew absolutely nothing about photography to a world-renowned master whose works are published on the covers of the most popular photography magazines.
Interview with Jose Girl

Interview with Jose Girl

Jose Girl was born in Zaragoza in 1977, currently residing in Los Angeles; as a photographer she is intimately related to the rock world. Author of 3 books on this photography subject, her great vocation is portrait photography where she develops her full potential as an artist with a unique look endowing her images with a strong personal stamp

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Nudes Exhibition by Alistair Taylor-Young

Nudes Exhibition by Alistair Taylor-Young

London (Sep 20–Oct 8, 2016) Nudes Exhibition : Nudes sees Alistair Taylor-Young present a new series of work of stunning miniature photographs. Each photograph is only 2 inches. There are 11 black & white and one colour photograph, all taken in the Mediterranean in 2015.
Photographer and journalist; Stefania Sammarro

Photographer and journalist; Stefania Sammarro

Ania Lilith, or Stefania Sammarro is a 26-year old photographer and journalist based in Calabria, Italy. Her photography has been featured in Vogue Italia and ART+COMMERCE.
BotaniKa: Climatic change by Gerardo Stübing

BotaniKa: Climatic change by Gerardo Stübing

"BotaniKa: Climatic change” I claim an allegory about climate change and one of its main consequences, the desertification of ecosystems that threatens to destroy a large part of their biodiversity.
Illegal coal mining; Apaches by Magdalena Borowiec

Illegal coal mining; Apaches by Magdalena Borowiec

If Apaches are able to save any money after years of working in zabojkas they usally buy a popular Korean car
Frontiers by Sandrine Arons

Frontiers by Sandrine Arons

Frontiers offers a visual representation of my experience of multiculturalism, depicting an inner world of multiple languages, religions and cultural landscapes embedded in the mind as fragmented memories in search of wholeness.
An alternative perception of beauty; BODY_mass by Rita Bulatova

An alternative perception of beauty; BODY_mass by Rita Bulatova

BODY_mass, the series about bodybuilding, and an alternative perception of beauty, so fittingly came as latter. Unable to travel to pursue my other projects, and having spare time on my hands while being in my hometown
Winterly Haiku by Andrei Baciu

Winterly Haiku by Andrei Baciu

Maybe sometimes the meaning of a photography doesn’t reside in transcending the one thousand words’ border.
Mountains of fire by Justyna Mikina

Mountains of fire by Justyna Mikina

This series of images, 'Montañas del Fuego' (Mountains of Fire) were taken in December 2019 from various locations around the volcanic island of Lanzarote. 
100ft by Mikhail Karalashan

100ft by Mikhail Karalashan

A country of ghosts, a city of shadows - shadows of someone’s memories, someone’s hopes and dreams. In the morning the fog drops, hiding the essence of the space around.And in an hour, three, five, cool shades of gray will hide behind a rich palette of color overflows, which, like people, blended in one plane of time and place. Here the eternalmorning, and the future, it seems, is no more than 100 feet away.
A Nobel´s Mess  by Wiebke Bosse

A Nobel´s Mess by Wiebke Bosse

Wiebke Bosse is always looking for unseen, ephemeral moments and situations.At the Cercle Suédois during Paris fashion week, she had the incredible chance of shooting in the inspirational mess inside Alfred Nobel's former office.
Federica Giordano : Fashion & Portrait

Federica Giordano : Fashion & Portrait

Always love the idea of freezing memory, capturing the beauty of places I visited and people I met. And this is how my love for photography is born.

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