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We invite professional and amateur photographers from all around the world to share their work in our printed edition.

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Gender identity; Lexi by Timothi Jane Graham

Gender identity; Lexi by Timothi Jane Graham

I first met Lexi at the beginning of her medical gender affirmation journey in December 2020. At 58 years old, she had identified and lived as a woman for decades behind closed doors. She was born and raised in Ecuador where the LGBTQ community faces intense discrimination which often ends in violence.
Border without limits by Monika Ruiz-Bernal

Border without limits by Monika Ruiz-Bernal

As far as I remember, I have always questioned my own identity, and in fact, the mere notion of identity. I was born and grew up in Bogota, Colombia, a South-America high-altitude city, spreading north to south, ranging from the poorest to the wealthiest neighborhoods, where the notion of classes is very vivid.
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.
Snow Journey by Mitsuharu Maeda

Snow Journey by Mitsuharu Maeda

Mitsuharu Maeda creates works based on the concept of journey. It's a more evocative landscape, with snow as a motif. This is because I believe that the severe yet beautiful snowy scenery, which has lost its color to the extreme due to monochrome,
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.
Coney Island Beyond the boardwalk by Steve Hoffman

Coney Island Beyond the boardwalk by Steve Hoffman

Coney Island Beyond the boardwalk is the title of this project. I am a documentary photographer who has spent the last dozen years working with and photographing the people that live in the housing projects in Coney Island.
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.
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.
Varanasi, through my eyes by Kaushik Dolui

Varanasi, through my eyes by Kaushik Dolui

Varanasi, most photographed city in India in the northern Indian state of Utter Pradesh, the spiritual capital lies on the left bank of the River Ganga . Since ancient times; the city has been an important centre of Hindu devotion, pilgrimage.
Spatial Relations by Shannon Randol

Spatial Relations by Shannon Randol

How the singular subject, viewer in the case of photography, is located in relation to other objects is referred to as spatial relation. Often happening subconsciously, ways in which objects respond to each other impacts the use(s) of a particular space.
A Himalayan Journey By Abhijit Bose

A Himalayan Journey By Abhijit Bose

The beauty of The Himalayan Region is its color and mood. I explored almost every season and made trips towards Terrain Region. It was a treat to my senses when I used to watch changes in color of a region just fifteen minutes away from another place getting washed in torrential rain. I realized nature as the biggest chameleon.
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.
The Disappearing Land by Claire Maen

The Disappearing Land by Claire Maen

The California Central Valley has gone from a semi-desert state to one of the most productive lands in the world in less than 180 years. It now produces more than half of the United States' fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
Remembrance by Tony Chirinos

Remembrance by Tony Chirinos

Remembrance addresses how an artist has a biased eye. The eye that created these images as a project was the heart’s eye, and by its naiveté, it unwillingly structured an underlining theme of death and the vulnerability of life. Why do I create these images, who gets affected, where should I present this work, and what is the overall outcome that I want as an artist?

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Shadows of Emmett Till by Bob Newman

Shadows of Emmett Till by Bob Newman

Shadows of Emmett Till Project was selected and published in our print edition 22. Bob Newman is a retired physician, who for the past 15 years, has been working as a professional photographer engaged in long-term projects.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dualism by Michelle Luffingham

Dualism by Michelle Luffingham

“An instance of opposition or contrast between two concepts or two aspects of something; a dualism”.  Delving into dualism can lead to all sorts of interpretations depending on their context. I wish to keep it simple -in accordance with the definition above. Every day, I am intrigued by the array of contrasting images that I face.
Afro Amazonia by Miguel Pinheiro

Afro Amazonia by Miguel Pinheiro

In 1835, a rebellion broke loose in the lower Amazon Rainforest. Self-liberated Afro-Brazilian slaves took refuge in the remote jungle, where they established new communities called Quilombos! Today they strive to maintain the possession of their lands, and the vibrance of their cultures.
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.
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.
Hold Me Tight by Chrissy Lush

Hold Me Tight by Chrissy Lush

Hold Me Tight is my reconciliation with aging. I recently turned 40, and this project has been my version of a midlife crisis. It exists in a state of nostalgic reverie, idealizing my younger days. Those days have slipped away, but I’m not ready to let them go. Through this project, I’m coping with the loss of my youth by reliving it through staged images.
London’s Calling by Jon Bender

London’s Calling by Jon Bender

'London's Calling', is a documentary style street photography series dubbed, ‘an ongoing conversation’.  Starting in Summer of 2021, the images provide glimpses of London during the end of the first lock down and in the post restriction climate.
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
Vimercati Hats by Jeroen Nieuwhuis

Vimercati Hats by Jeroen Nieuwhuis

After World War II, the whole industry changed. The city of Monza has a rich history of producing this wearable art by hand, but unfortunately, they are the only ones left. The modernization that happened in the '50s led to a decrease in production and by the 70s most of the factories shut down.
My Americana by Joseph Patronite

My Americana by Joseph Patronite

“My Americana” is a long-term photography essay. Its goal: to create a contemporary view of the people, places or happenings which depict The United States of America.

Portrait Photography Awards

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

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My mum by Viet Van Tran

My mum by Viet Van Tran

To me, my mum, 88 years old, is a mirror of her will to rise up in the life and overcome disease. I want to record some moments forever, not only in my mind and heart, but also in a tangible shape.
The Netarhat Firing Range Protest by Ishan Banerjee

The Netarhat Firing Range Protest by Ishan Banerjee

Netarhat is known for its scenic beauty and exquisite weather but there is a protest going on for the past 30 years, upon an army field fire range sprouted a long-lasting campaign against relocation and dispossession.
Alone in the world Saskia van den Boom

Alone in the world Saskia van den Boom

For this series I have documented the life of my postman Frans. From his fifties house and run-up cat Amalia, to his rowing machine and the naps he takes before starting his mail round.
Story on celebration of Gajan Festival in West Bengal by Shaibal Nandi

Story on celebration of Gajan Festival in West Bengal by Shaibal Nandi

Gajan or Shivagajan is a Hindu religious festival celebrated mostly in West Bengal. Gajan spans around a week, starting at the last week of Choitro or Chaitra (last month of Bengali calendar) continuing till the end of the Bengali year with Charak Puja.
This is water by Ann Prochilo

This is water by Ann Prochilo

This is Water project was selected and published in our print edition 20. This is Water is inspired by a commencement speech by the writer, David Foster Wallace. He shared the story of two fish swimming along who meet an older fish swimming in the opposite direction.
The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances by France Leclerc

The beauty of tribal dances project was selected and published in our print edition 20. As the sun is setting in the tribal areas of East Africa, one can often hear the sound of beating drums and joyful voices coming from the villages.
Sedated by Saskia van den Boom

Sedated by Saskia van den Boom

Ad (65) was born in Rotterdam with his parents and two brothers. When he was around 20 years old, he started hanging out with the 'tough boys'. There was heroin. He thought: if I get addicted, I'll just stop. But it was good, oh so good.
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 20. Far from Thailand’s iconic tourist destinations, Isaan, the kingdom’s largest region, reaches north and east to the borders of Laos and Cambodia.
Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

Spirit of India by Jacque Rupp

India has always held a special place in my heart. My first visit was during an extremely difficult period in my life, as my husband had just been diagnosed with a terminal illness. 
Death is a teacher by Srideep Banerjee

Death is a teacher by Srideep Banerjee

It was around 1'O clock when grief crept in with the chilly winds of the Ganges caressing my face. Witnessing death of a near relative isn't always easy to handle.
Salt Making by Ly Hoang Long

Salt Making by Ly Hoang Long

This type of salt production was a low-cost technology that was known and used in shallow coastal regions throughout Southeast Asia.
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).

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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.
5 Great Documentary Photographers

5 Great Documentary Photographers

The Best Documentary Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Javier Arcenillas, Madoka Ikegami, Arthur Lumen, Allison Dinner and Jorge Chavarria.
During the period before the Olympic Games; Shadows in Greece by Enri Canaj

During the period before the Olympic Games; Shadows in Greece by Enri Canaj

The centre of Athens, as I first remember it, was full of life. During the period before the Olympic Games, there was great development. All this happened within a few years. It was as if the city put on new clothes.
Everyday life; Our summer stories by Kata Sedlak

Everyday life; Our summer stories by Kata Sedlak

The idea behind the photo series "Our summer stories" came to existence after my three-year break - the maternity leave.
Disintegration Soviet Union; My Place by Dina Oganova

Disintegration Soviet Union; My Place by Dina Oganova

New generation in Georgia.First generation living after disintegration Soviet Union.They are in their own rooms,their own space and talking about their life.
A Natural Order by Lucas Foglia

A Natural Order by Lucas Foglia

Lucas Foglia grew up on a small family farm in New York and graduated from Brown University and the Yale School of Art. Foglia’s work explores the relationships between people, economy and wilderness in rural America.
Mexico; Trick or treat by Susan De Witt

Mexico; Trick or treat by Susan De Witt

The last day of October is also traditionally the time for Halloween costumes and trick-or-treaters running from door to door in search of candy.
North Atlantic; Profound Azores by Paulo Monteiro

North Atlantic; Profound Azores by Paulo Monteiro

The Azores are an archipelago in the North Atlantic that consists of nine small islands. The smallest, Corvo (Raven), is only 17 km2 and has about 400 inhabitants.

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Bob’s fight : A portrait of man

Bob’s fight : A portrait of man

Bob's fight is a portrait of man who lives alone in a broken house. He spends most of his time repairing the walls and roof of his house, instead of pursuing his passion for painting and reading.
Mountainland: Vietnamese Photographs by Sascha Richter

Mountainland: Vietnamese Photographs by Sascha Richter

"Mountainland" surveys the lives and societies of upland Southeast Asia with reference to the geographical and socio-scientific concept of Zomia, which understands the region as culturally different from the respective dominant lowland societies and tries to challenge the widespread perception
Acid Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Acid Survivors by Jan Møller Hansen

Acid attacks in Bangladesh are usually the result of land disputes, rejected marriage proposals, refusal or inability to pay dowry, resistance of being trafficked as sex worker or simply the desire for revenge.
Israel; A growing desert by Jacqueline Zilberberg

Israel; A growing desert by Jacqueline Zilberberg

In the summer of 2014, photographer Jacqueline Zilberberg and writer Liliana Lara, both from Venezuela, met in Israel to collaborate on a project which combines images and words from the vision of those coming from afar. In this project, the protagonist is the desert.
Nepal: Faces of Kathmandu by Roman Wolczak

Nepal: Faces of Kathmandu by Roman Wolczak

In 1992 Roman left Australia travelling to Nepal and beyond. This was the first time he had ever travelled outside Australia.
My Muse by Katerina Kouzmitcheva

My Muse by Katerina Kouzmitcheva

Girls from the Belarusian My Muse vintage showroom have. They managed to unify the disunited and to lead vintage secondhand clothes to fashion podium.
Black and white photography by Stephan Opitz

Black and white photography by Stephan Opitz

I started photography six years ago and was inspired by the great artworks of Robert Capa, Josef Hoflehner and Michael Kenna. However, I think for photographers it is important to find an own style, and I don’t wont to copy somebody else.
Cape Verde; Pai Mar by Hermano Noronha

Cape Verde; Pai Mar by Hermano Noronha

Pai Mar photographs were taken as member of APCM - Portuguese Association for Marine Sciences, from July 24, 2019 to August 2, in the city of Mindelo, São Vicente island and from August 2 to August 14, on the island of Santiago as part of the project EU MSCA-RISE-777998 CONCHA
Splits of moments by Moin Uddin Ahmed

Splits of moments by Moin Uddin Ahmed

Almost every good shot captures a unique moment in time. Sometimes the moment happens right away, and sometimes you have to wait a while. It can be as simple as a woman glancing up or as complex as having many disparate elements align within a perfect composed frame.
Albinism by Georgina Goodwin

Albinism by Georgina Goodwin

Georgina Goodwin / These images are of people with Albinism taken on assignment for CNN during the world's first Mr and Ms Albinism Pageant held in October 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Dmitri Beliakov ; Ukraine – Rigid Defense

Dmitri Beliakov ; Ukraine – Rigid Defense

The war has transformed a landscape of industrial cities and farmland into a rigid battlefield, a patchwork of cratered front lines and a cast of zealous fighters manning them.

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