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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 prejudice by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudice by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudice 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.
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.
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.
Randomness; A Christmas Play by Thomas H.P Jerusalem

Randomness; A Christmas Play by Thomas H.P Jerusalem

Family photos - especially from childhood are... a recollection of the events that happened, the feelings you had, the thoughts you shared as a family. Positive or negative, photos will evoke how you truly felt at the time of taking.
Underwater by Mike Potts

Underwater by Mike Potts

Underwater project was selected and published in our print edition 22. I see the water as a metaphor for a dream medium and I try to meet my subjects on that boundary and hope that we are able to take the viewer from tranquil peace to a burst of creation and back again.
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.
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.
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”.
Tell me who I am by Mohammad Sorkhabi

Tell me who I am by Mohammad Sorkhabi

Segregation by gender has existed in highly conservative communities for years, in order to raise their children in an isolated environment and away from any sort of sexual relations. But in most cases, this only causes sexual suppression and severe disorders in sexual orientation identification.
Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

Dancers; Lifting Up by Jacqueline Zilberberg

The photographs of dance improvisations, accompanied by the dancers’ own words, trace the resuscitation of the dancers and their practice when, in the absence of colleagues and audiences, they reinvented their relation to their bodies and to the discipline of dance.
The most realistic representation of my perspective by Ricardo Reis

The most realistic representation of my perspective by Ricardo Reis

These projects were made during the pandemic and after the pandemic, they show the need of release, of freedom, to give birth, the act of creation, the female body as the vessel of creation, the connection between the dream state and real life.
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 20. A story about a girl being stuck at home pretending to be on the beach.
Polaroid; Crisis of Experience by J. K. Lavin

Polaroid; Crisis of Experience by J. K. Lavin

This body of work originates from a series of Polaroid SX70 self-portraits made during a daily practice from 1979 to late 1987. Crisis of Experience is the result of an eight-year project exploring themes of self-reflection and female identity using the mechanics of seriality.
My Fate in Someone Elses Hands by Edyta Kielian

My Fate in Someone Elses Hands by Edyta Kielian

Very little about our lives is constant or totally certain, and while we have control over many things, we can’t control everything that happens to us...

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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
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
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.
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.
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.
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. 
Homeless in new york by Steve Hoffman

Homeless in new york by Steve Hoffman

Working in New York City it is impossible to miss the homeless.  They are everywhere ,on the street, in doorways, and in the train stations all over the city.
Transylvanian shepherds by Kerekes Istvan

Transylvanian shepherds by Kerekes Istvan

The region of Transylvania is known for the scenery of its Carpathian landscape and its rich history. The Western world commonly associates Transylvania with vampires because of the influence of Bram Stoker's novel "Dracula" and the many films the tale inspired.
Covid; Portrait series by Alkan Emin

Covid; Portrait series by Alkan Emin

Covid had struck planet earth and I was literally lost in all of my thoughts. I had these visions of the world ending and I felt like I was in a prison in my mind with all of this. 
Face to Phase – Me, Myself & Nobody by Marco Castelli

Face to Phase – Me, Myself & Nobody by Marco Castelli

Who am I? What will I be? Why am I here? Where am I going? / In the language of an actor, to know is synonymous with to feel.
The Medina of Marrakech by Benjamin Angel

The Medina of Marrakech by Benjamin Angel

The Medina of Marrakech is a fascinating place in many respects.  It enjoys a unique location, near the  high Atlas Mountains of central Morocco.  Founded in the early years of the Almoravid dynasty, around 1065, it is surrounded by high walls. 
Intimidades by Guillermo Ignacio Rodríguez Lateulade

Intimidades by Guillermo Ignacio Rodríguez Lateulade

Intimidades is born from the spiritual claim about the hyper-sexualization of bodies and the subsequent trivialization of these by the, not so recent, vulgar vision of the cultural industry.
New Ghosts by Aki & Astrid Sinikoski

New Ghosts by Aki & Astrid Sinikoski

Aki and Astrid Sinikoski’s photo series New Ghosts portrays the relationship between father and daughter and their attempts to understand life, change, and the passage of time.
A self-portrait from Hell by Alex Lobo

A self-portrait from Hell by Alex Lobo

Contorted with rage and emotional pain in an indefinite space in the darkness, helpless in a primal state of nudity, a man struggles with himself.

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Confort Zone by Yuan Tang

Confort Zone by Yuan Tang

Yuan Tang is a Chinese-born multidisciplinary artist who moves freely within photography, video, installation, and print. She received MFA in Photographic & Electronic Media from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2017. Currently, Yuan works as a photographer and news photo editor in New York City. Yuan began creating “Comfort Zone” in 2021.
Matthew Usukumah; Introspection

Matthew Usukumah; Introspection

Matthew ventured into photography in 2017, focusing on fashion. However, when the Covid-19 pandemic started, he was compelled to explore concepts such as mental health, politics, race, and themes regarding the LGBTQ+ community.
Reflections by Alex Sher

Reflections by Alex Sher

Once upon a time, when wheels were made of stone and phones had no cameras, lived my grandma. I loved my grandma and loved her stories about people and places she remembered. There was one story about a photographer grandma was telling in her photo lab.
Fashion Photography; America by Thomas H P Jerusalem

Fashion Photography; America by Thomas H P Jerusalem

Looking up into the sky, the girl immediately realized the puffy clouds. Cotton balls in the blue sky. A nice day to live, she thought - if it wasnít for the boredom in American Suburbia.
The Street C’est Chic by Alain Schroeder

The Street C’est Chic by Alain Schroeder

At New York Fashion Week 2021, fashion moved from the runway to the street. Responding to the "Bet on Black" theme, guests, excited to dress up for a live event after a year of cancellations.
Half lights, half shadows by Diego Orlando

Half lights, half shadows by Diego Orlando

My photographic vocation is born from the tireless search for "the light" that is capable of illuminating a personal world full of shadows.
Mirror to the past by Zuzu Valla

Mirror to the past by Zuzu Valla

Every time you look into the mirror you see your past. Light reflection reflected back into your eyes, which does take time, just a nanosecond or three.
Street Portrait Photography by Imed Kolli

Street Portrait Photography by Imed Kolli

My images below are views of people who live in the rock bottom’s society. My use of directed reality involvement offers a unique and experimental way of observing miserables people.
The Secret Question by Nicoletta Cerasomma

The Secret Question by Nicoletta Cerasomma

A public address. The backroom of a grocery store, the locker room of a barber. A secret bar. Another story: hidden, intimate, romantic, alcoholic, illegal, forbidden.
Dancers: Voguing in Tenerife by Seigar

Dancers: Voguing in Tenerife by Seigar

We both live in the north of Tenerife, so we headed towards the south of the island, where he usually meets his family to train and spend some time with.
Mystery and unpredictability; Noir by Anirban Mandal

Mystery and unpredictability; Noir by Anirban Mandal

Noir, film noir and neo noir are my favorite genre in movies. Noir is something more than just visual style, low key lighting or compositions breaking all the rules.
The quarrymen by Markku Lähdesmaki

The quarrymen by Markku Lähdesmaki

The quarrymen was selected and published in our print edition 17. Driving a country road in Orivesi...some of my best stories start that way. Nearly every summer we spend time in Orivesi, in the southern part of Finland.

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

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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.
Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

In America, the chasm between rich and poor is growing, the clash between conservatives and liberals is strengthening, and even good and evil seem more polarized than ever before.
The fashion photography of Sean Archer

The fashion photography of Sean Archer

Fashion Photography ; Sean Archer is an agent from the movie Face Off. I took the nickname when I was not sure if I'm any good in this. My real name is Stanislav Puchkovsky, I am from Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Click´s by Pepe Castro

Click´s by Pepe Castro

When I have a scene framed, and measured, and I press the shutter, that sound, that “click” has always hypnotized me ever since I was little
A Show of Hands by Tim Booth

A Show of Hands by Tim Booth

A Show of Hands is an extensive photographic study of the hands of Britain by the photographer Tim Booth, who has turned images of people’s hands into an alternative form of portraiture.
10 Great portrait photographers

10 Great portrait photographers

The Best portrait Photographers published in Dodho Magazine.The great portraits by Tertius Alio, Jose Girl, Bret Hartman, Janosch Abel, Jean Bastien Lagrange, Pepe Castro, Bill Gekas, Peter Van Der Heyden and Ewa Cwikla.
Kabuki players by Hiroshi Watanabe

Kabuki players by Hiroshi Watanabe

Those Kabuki players seen in the photographs are not with the mainstream Kabuki companies in Tokyo. They are with localized small groups located in various parts of Japan.
Portraits by Ewa Cwikla

Portraits by Ewa Cwikla

The power of capturing the daily instant, to have the ability to convert the ordinary into a unique moment, because her camera and her life are two indissoluble concepts.

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Fashion and creative photography of Leighanne Deeney

Fashion and creative photography of Leighanne Deeney

My name is Leighanne Deeney, and I am a 19 year old aspiring creative and fashion photographer out of Northern Colorado. I have been passionate about photography for the past 3 1/2 years
Alternative Universe by Aritra Chatterjee

Alternative Universe by Aritra Chatterjee

Perhaps more startling fully one third of Americans say they would rather give up sex than lose their cell phones.
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.
Strength and fragility; Heroes by Lionel Arnaudie

Strength and fragility; Heroes by Lionel Arnaudie

Heroes is my first series of photographs. This series of portrait represents the main two sides of my conception of manliness, a combination of strength and fragility.
Confort Zone by Yuan Tang

Confort Zone by Yuan Tang

Yuan Tang is a Chinese-born multidisciplinary artist who moves freely within photography, video, installation, and print. She received MFA in Photographic & Electronic Media from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2017. Currently, Yuan works as a photographer and news photo editor in New York City. Yuan began creating “Comfort Zone” in 2021.
Portraits by Maria Plotnikova

Portraits by Maria Plotnikova

Photographer Maria Plotnikova was born and raised in Moscow, lived in South America for several years. Until 2010 she worked as a sports and reportage photographer in the federal media
Selah by Rory Lewis

Selah by Rory Lewis

I’m currently working on a new series entitled Selah, taking its inspiration from master artists such as Caravaggio, Ribera and Gustave Doré. The exhibition features famous actors and interesting faces. The collection will be exhibited in London and Los Angeles in 2019-20. 
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.
Self Portraits by Isabella Bubola

Self Portraits by Isabella Bubola

For Isabella Bubola, a 25 year old applied arts graduate, true passion lies in fine art and portrait photography. She began shooting whatever was around her (including herself) when she was eleven and got her first digital camera without the back screen. Ever since, her camera has been a most faithful companion.
Life story; You are My Father by Angelika Kollin

Life story; You are My Father by Angelika Kollin

You are my Father series was a natural evolution and expansion of the preceding You are my Mother series and started unfolding in the second half of 2020.
Presence by Daniel Murtagh

Presence by Daniel Murtagh

For Daniel Murtagh, the essence of a good portrait is ‘Presence’ , the experience of a person not merely seen, but felt . "I like to compare it to the experience in music , a certain combination of sounds expresses the intent of the composer"

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