July 2016 : Most Popular Photographers

The Most Popular Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Alexander Mendelevich, Barbara Iweins, Jan Moller Hansen, Nikolai Linares and Wiebke Hass.

The Most Popular Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Alexander Mendelevich, Barbara Iweins, Jan Moller Hansen, Nikolai Linares and Wiebke Hass.

Outside by Alexander Mendelevich

Alexander Mendelevich / Most Popular Photographers
Alexander Mendelevich / Most Popular Photographers

Alexander was born the Northern Caucasus region of Russia in 1979. From the first meeting with the world of photography 20 years ago, he felt that the reality and the image in the photograph are very similar and at the same time different.Photography immediately fascinated him, with its process and result. It was interesting to look through the viewfinder; the world seemed like its own. Later he moved to Israel. Obviously, the camera came with him. But the type of photos he’d shoot back then was very different from today. He took many nice photos whose only essence was formative aesthetics, and maybe a little surreal. Another pretty picture and another pretty picture… He had a feeling he’s going over the same mistake and every time he felt that he’s missing some important element. More……

When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them. Anyone I know I photograph.

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The Langtang Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Jan Møller Hansen / Most Popular Photographers
Jan Møller Hansen / Most Popular Photographers

Hundred disappeared when entire villages and homes in Langtang were wiped out when landslides, avalanches and icefalls caused by the two earth quakes that hit Nepal on 25. April and 12. May 2015. This is a collection of portraits of the Langtang survivors. The portraits were taken while the survivors were living in temporary tents in the capital Kathmandu.Most of the survivors have now returning to the devastated areas in search of their loved ones and rebuilding their homes and businesses. Identity and community belongingness plays a very important role in the recovery of the earthquakes in Nepal. Communities and people are staying together helping each other. More….

Second Best by Nikolai Linares

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Nikolai Linares / Most Popular Photographers

Historically we always only focus on the winners so giving a name and a face to the people who come in second was Nikolai Linares whole idea. He thought that we should all recognise that nobody ends up in a competition final without a lot of hard work. The silver medallist should also get some attention. “I fully understand the society that we live in, and that we all want to be a winner. The important statement for me in this photo series is that we should not always focus on being the best, but rather focus on doing our best. We have to remember that somewhere, there will always be someone that is better than you,” says Nikolai Linares. More….

Wiebke Haas ; Fine art equine

Wiebke Haas / Most Popular Photographers
Wiebke Haas / Most Popular Photographers

Wiebke Haas is a dedicated award-winning equine and animal photographer from Germany. Ever since she was a little girl she dreamt of hoof-beats and flying through the fields on a back of a horse. So after school it was very clear that she’d find a job near to that passion for horses. Therefore she combined her love for animals with the desire to be creative and became an equine photographer.Wiebke spent 3 years to become an officially certified photographer. Therefor she successfully completed a dual apprenticeship for photography where she worked for practice in a „normal“ portrait studio and learned all the theory on a vocational college. From the very beginning she knew that she’d focus on animal photography so Wiebke asked her teachers to support this choice. After that she took the risk of self-employment. More….

Bath by Barbara Iweins

Barbara Iweins / Most Popular Photographers
Barbara Iweins / Most Popular Photographers

Barbara Iweins is a Belgian photographer who has lived for some time in Amsterdam. She is now back in Brussels with her latest delicate photographs of women bathing. A collection of vulnerable moments infused with soothing colors of milky waters with hues of pink, mint and blue.The Bath series captures privileged instants of solitary bliss and quietude. The artists is known to capture these peculiar times when people let go of their guards to truly be themselves. Moments when people wear no shields…when the world can’t ‘hurt’ us. More…..

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Exclusive Interview with Demi Cauwenbergh

Exclusive Interview with Demi Cauwenbergh

We had the honor to interview exclusively with the photographer Demi Cauwenbergh, winner of the Rotterdam Photo Best Exhibition Award. A collection of self-portraits that she have made over the course of 5 years, and it is still ongoing. she started making self-portraits in 2017 as a way to be really personal.
As I See It by Lori Pond

As I See It by Lori Pond

"As I See It” is a series that examines and reproduces the fact (according to neurological studies I've read) that our brains, as a survival mechanism, can only process a few things at a time.
Paddy drying processes in manual mode by Shaibal Nandi

Paddy drying processes in manual mode by Shaibal Nandi

The drying of paddy is the most important part of making rice from raw paddy. In rural India, poor people still follow the manual process of drying raw paddy before taking those dried paddy into husking mill for milling.

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Indigenous communities; Jaguar by Camila Berrio

Indigenous communities; Jaguar by Camila Berrio

Getting into the jungle takes several days; understanding the rhythm of life of the indigenous communities that live there requires much more. During the months that I spent with them, I had the opportunity to contemplate how life is being woven by the skillful hands of indigenous women who, in each backpack and in each seam, express their sadness, joy, hope and frustration.
Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images is a photographic series that is a cross between a sociological field study and a lyrical fine-art project. The images depict subjectivity in visual truth in both the physical remnants of self-extension and intentional representation of altered claims of truth.
The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

This series envisions young children as contemporary society's superheroes. Superheroes have long occupied a central position in American popular culture. Society turns to superhero narratives in times of unrest as a source of hope.

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Pilot by Mano Svanidze

Pilot by Mano Svanidze

We live in a boom of scripted TV series where watching TV shows take the face of addiction. It has brought many changes in people's behavior and their response to others.
Africa by Timo Heiny

Africa by Timo Heiny

I try to hold tight on my photographs what I felt during my journeys, the intuition of a nativeness. Maybe it is the mystical idea from the beginning of humans, an original relationship between human and nature
Rohingya refugees by Joxe Inazio Kuesta

Rohingya refugees by Joxe Inazio Kuesta

We arrived at Teknaf, in the district of Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh) at noon, and that same afternoon we left for the refugee camps. It was raining, and the moto-rickshaw carrying us broke down halfway
Edelstein’s world by Denis Kaminev

Edelstein’s world by Denis Kaminev

The Church of Resurrection in Karabanovo village (Kostroma oblast), built in 1833, experienced both physical and spiritual destruction in Soviet times, when it was turned into a machinery service station and a fertilizer depot, and was fully re-established under the guidance of a priest by the name of George Edelstein.
Uummannaq by Camille Michel

Uummannaq by Camille Michel

Uummannaq is an island in the North West of Greenland, located 590km from the Arctic Circle. ‘Uummannaq’ means “Heart-shaped” in Greenlandic language., so- named due to apparence of the island’s mountain.
Little stars by Tatiana Ilina

Little stars by Tatiana Ilina

The story about lilliputians artists "The shining of little stars" who travel around Russia. The first performance was in Ivanovo. The posters were placed all over the town and many inhabitants were surprised and sincerely confessed that they have never seen anything like this. 
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Hyung S. Kim – Haenyeo: Women of the Sea

Hyung S. Kim – Haenyeo: Women of the Sea

The photographer, Hyung S. Kim who was inspired by the historical and geographical uniqueness of “Haenyeo” known as a female diver for living
My Albania by Claudio Rasano

My Albania by Claudio Rasano

My series shows the fragility side of life in Albania . My portraits are frontal taken at eye level,looking directly and ahead, the face cast in shadow showing a strong and determined expression.
Portraits of Tertius Alio

Portraits of Tertius Alio

My name is Daniil Kontorovich, also be exhibited under the name of Tertius Alio, which translated from Latin means the observer or grated face.
The lost paradise by Raquel Chicheri

The lost paradise by Raquel Chicheri

I can see the lights coming on in my house and can already imagine myself standing at the bathroom mirror to inspect the dried sweat lines on my neck, the darkened shade of soiled brown on my arms and hands.
Points of the compass by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Points of the compass by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Examining life by over-thinking all the various life paths in front of you will always present a scary picture. In this journey over the last few years of your life, you might have been trying to figure out which path to go on.
To The Northwest by Giacomo Infantino

To The Northwest by Giacomo Infantino

His research is based on the in-depth narrative of those places in my province, those peripheral sites to which he has devoted his attention and constant attendance.

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Interview with Yuri Benitez; Published in our print edition #01

Interview with Yuri Benitez; Published in our print edition #01

Yuri Benitez - For me the composition is created by light, the balance of light is the beginning, and the distribution of elements or models come to reveal the lighting scheme.
225 Days and Counting; An essay about apparent insignificances by Ana Leal

225 Days and Counting; An essay about apparent insignificances by Ana Leal

"225 Days and counting" is an essay composed by images produced during quarantine due to Covid-19. Most of them were taken at my apartment in the city, some at a weekend retreat, both in São Paulo, Brazil, and reflect this period of a contemplative mood when time seemed suspended.
Iluikak by Mara Sánchez Renero

Iluikak by Mara Sánchez Renero

Mara Sánchez Renero (Mexico) studied photography in Barcelona, ​​Spain, where she lived for 10 years. She was part of the collective boom of 2008, in Spain, where she was co-founder of the collective Malocchio and PHACTO.
Underwater Photography by Erin Mulvehill

Underwater Photography by Erin Mulvehill

She is the founder of the international non-profit project, The Camera Project, which facilitates and encourages children around the world to photograph their everyday environment and reflect on their lives
Kenya -Mathare valley; Everydaydream by Claudio Allia

Kenya -Mathare valley; Everydaydream by Claudio Allia

Mathare valley is a large settlement which has about 500,000 inhabitants crammed into tiny wattle, tin and cupboard shacks in a hilly area that looks to be less than a square mile.
Dazeley discovers London’s Theatres

Dazeley discovers London’s Theatres

As a born and bred Londoner and regular theatre goer, Dazeley had been intrigued to investigate and learn more about the history and what goes on behind the scenes in London’s amazing theatre buildings. 
Panama; Manga por Hombro by Daniel Loaiza

Panama; Manga por Hombro by Daniel Loaiza

At first site Gamboa seems like a forgotten town in the middle of the richest rainforest you can imagine, Panama Pacifico seems like an ideal residential area to raise a family, to jog and cycle around.
Brandt Campbell a multidisciplinary artist

Brandt Campbell a multidisciplinary artist

I took an interest in the arts at a very early age, beginning to draw as soon as I could hold a crayon. By the time I entered high school I had already earned a reputation with students and teachers for my ability to draw with photographic precision
Koyaanisqatsi by Victoria Art

Koyaanisqatsi by Victoria Art

Reflection of watching a documentary trilogy Godfrey Reggio with music composer Philip Glass was embodied in the atmosphere of my shooting "Koyaaniskatsi". In the Hopi language, the word Koyaanisqatsi means "life out of balance".

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