Taught by the Streets by Keith Reid

Recently, I completed my first 365 project. It was an eye-opening experience that brought me in contact with several styles of photography, all of which I have grown to appreciate. Taking a picture everyday can be challenging

Recently, I completed my first 365 project. It was an eye-opening experience that brought me in contact with several styles of photography, all of which I have grown to appreciate. Taking a picture everyday can be challenging; there were days I didn’t think I would be able to come up with a new concept or find a new landscape.

During one particularly difficult day, I ended up wandering around downtown Tampa with no ideas and came across a group of BMX bikers performing stunts. The idea of taking photos of others always intrigued me, but was so anxiety-provoking I always passed on the opportunity.

Starbucks Break

This particular day I told myself to try. It’s a learning experience. Right? And so I did. I pushed myself to continue taking photos that pushed my comfort zone. At first It was difficult, but once I figured out how I wanted to convey my street photography it became a lot easier. I love seeing my subjects in their environment, comfortable and ready for life. It has quickly become one of my favorite styles of photography. Instead of forcing myself to come up with ideas that may or may not come to fruition, street photography enables me to capture the beauty of everyday life. My camera and I, just waiting for a split second to capture a moment frozen in time on a digital frame is so powerful to me.

I don’t come home with an amazing image every day and that’s okay. The fact that I have been able to use photography as a way to get out and meet new people and share new experiences is a huge win for me. Street photography has allowed me to break down my walls and challenge myself to seek out new opportunities of which I was once afraid. At times I used to feel like I was holding the weight of the whole world on my shoulders; now I feel that weight coming off. It has been a therapeutic experience for me. Fear is an illusion that our brains make up to protect us from any uncertainties we are unaware of. The more I go out there to develop my abilities in photography, the less I feel the fear. These are the developments as a photographer I cherish the most. [Official Website]

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

The streets have not only freed me to be a better photographer, but a better human being.

Has My Flight Arrived

About Keith Reid

Is a self-taught photographer who enjoys learning and fine-tuning his creative approach. With a creative background and a degree in audio and video, he has developed his experience as a photographer and  digital artist over the past five years. Over those years he has excelled in landscape  fine art, and conceptual photography. He has developed his hand in digital arts and view the whole world as his canvas. Keith initiated a 365 photography project to explore his creative efforts and challenge his technical skills. [Official Website]

Finding A Way to Live

In The Company Of A Good Book pt 2 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Lonely Nights Cold Out in these Streets Struggling Weather

E-9

Lets' Take a Long Walk Early Morning Silhouette by Sunset

Night Riders

Dancing Beauty

More Stories

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.
Street photography; Hong Kong Lines and Patterns by Jason Au

Street photography; Hong Kong Lines and Patterns by Jason Au

"Hong Kong Lines and Patterns" is a street photography series that comes with a fine art aesthetic and the compositional approach of isolating urban subjects, geometric elements and forms fromthe chaotic urban environment of Hong Kong.
Real vs Unreal by Kaushik Dolui

Real vs Unreal by Kaushik Dolui

Photographs of this trend create a reality that does not reflect reality, but prompted by subconscious, characteristics, the expression of unconscious fantasies. Something like unnatural, supernatural and mysterious.

Color Awards

We invite you to participate in the first edition
of the Color Awards. We are looking
for the best color picture for this year, 2022.

The competition is open to any interpretation of color photography
in all its dimensions, from everyday reality
to pure abstraction

DEADLINE | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

PHOTO BY © DANIIL KONTOROVICH
Cronorifugio

Cronorifugio

Light and time. These two essential concepts in photography are also fundamental for our being and in our life. Here and now, I feel that the time has come to talk about the time.
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.

Featured Stories

Terence Bogue ; Personal Work

Terence Bogue ; Personal Work

There is a species of frog whose brain will not register if lunch is moving out of reach of its sticky tongue. Its eyes still send signals of a receding meal, but it has evolved in such an extraordinary manner, that there is no part of its brain allocated to receive those signals.
Monologue about Chernobyl by Raúl Moreno

Monologue about Chernobyl by Raúl Moreno

A few kilometers from Chernobyl, there is a radioactive atmosphere that can not be seen but can intuit it. Food contaminated by Cesium 137 and Strontium, these inhabitants consume daily making radioactive isotopes are deposited in their bodies gradually.
Iceland by Alvaro Tejero

Iceland by Alvaro Tejero

Iceland, a paradise for photographers and lovers of nature and landscape. A unique and wonderful country. For those of us who live in Europe it is fortunate to have such a relatively close territory.
The corsair project by Samuka Marinho

The corsair project by Samuka Marinho

This is a personal project developed by photographer Samuka Marinho as an original portfolio presentation. It is composed of over 400 images and has taken around a year and a half to be completed.
Infrared Silence Series by Nathan Wirth

Infrared Silence Series by Nathan Wirth

Within the folds of any subject, an imperceptible silence resides, even resonates -a silence unheard within the nooks and crannies of the ruffles of noise that blanket the world we all live in- such matters hinting that, camera in hand
Irish Travellers by Joseph-Philippe Bevillard

Irish Travellers by Joseph-Philippe Bevillard

Since 2009, I have been documenting Irish Travellers using a b&w film medium format camera. But an unfortunate incident occurred when I realised I left my bag full of Hasselblad film cameras and lenses on the train from Venice to Rome in May 2018.
https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/color-banner.jpg

We invite you to participate in the first edition of the Color Awards. We are eager to see photograhs with new focus points and innovative approaches

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BAnImage.jpg

ImageRights provides intelligent image search and copyright enforcement services to photo agencies and professional photographers worldwide.

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/mono2022.jpg

The best 100 images along with the winning images published in the yearly book “Monochromatic – Best Photographers of 2022”

https://www.dodho.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/banner22.jpg

Call For Entries #21 | After 20 editions and more than 100 published photographers, our print edition has proven to be a simply effective promotional channel.

South Sudan; Smoker women by Ana Maria Robles

South Sudan; Smoker women by Ana Maria Robles

These women smoke tobacco, an ancient custom that marks their ancestry, identity and tribal pride. Their attitude was strong. Fierce. They were active participants of every ceremony and the Leaders of the communities. 
Bin Uthup ; City-Monochrome

Bin Uthup ; City-Monochrome

Binoy Uthup is a City, Architecture, Interior, Landscape and Wildlife photographer who uses techniques such as Digital Blending, HDR, multiple exposures, vertical panorama, etc., to create unique looking images.
Pets photography; Wet Dog by Sophie Gamand

Pets photography; Wet Dog by Sophie Gamand

Sophie Gamand is a French photographer living and working in New York. Since 2011, with both a documentary and artistic approaches,
Fake by Matilde Pernille

Fake by Matilde Pernille

The next ten years I photographed myself and my friends growing into adults. When I turned 16 I got my first DSLR and started taking more professional portraits too. This led the way to more abstract photography, but I never stopped documenting my life.
Michal Baran ; Beauty & Fashion Photography

Michal Baran ; Beauty & Fashion Photography

Michał Baran was born and raised in Poland, graduating in computer science, he worked as a web-master, graphic designer and developer, but his greatest passion has always been photography. 
Nickel by Alexandra Gromova

Nickel by Alexandra Gromova

The town of Nickel was founded in 1935. It used to be called Kolosjoki: Finnish geologists who studied nickel ores used to live and work here.

Trending Stories

Garage Project by Vanessa Filley

Garage Project by Vanessa Filley

The Garage Project began in 2011 when, each morning, I would take my two small children and two large dogs on a long walk, exploring the alleys, streets and beach front of our town.
Jennifer Massaux : The feminine eye

Jennifer Massaux : The feminine eye

Upon viewing her work, Jennifer Massaux might seem to some, a comfortable veteran… But once taking into account that she’s only been behind the camera for just under a year and a half, the enormity of her talent quickly becomes apparent.
Looking for own style of expression; The inspiration of Lenka Jesonka

Looking for own style of expression; The inspiration of Lenka Jesonka

I liked to live in my own world of fantasy and imagination, nevertheless looking for own style of expression was a long way. At high school I made some literary works – short stories and later also poems and reflections.
Time To Rush Home by David Nam Lip

Time To Rush Home by David Nam Lip

This portfolio is specifically captured an environment with expression of muslim people after they completed the congregation of the Bishwa Ijtema at Tongi, Bangladesh.
Skyscraper Magic by Steve Geer

Skyscraper Magic by Steve Geer

I live in Chicago, a city known for its skyscrapers. Of the 40 tallest buildings in the city, half have been constructed since the year 2000. These impressive cloud-piercing structures have skins of glass.
Travel Photography; Charm of China by Victoria Knobloch

Travel Photography; Charm of China by Victoria Knobloch

Victoria Knobloch is a German photographer based in Leipzig. She is known for her soulful and authentic black-and-white style. Her work embraces the fields of vanishing cultures
10 Great fashion Photographers

10 Great fashion Photographers

The Best fashion Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Mike Ruiz, Dasha Matrosova, Irvin Rivera, Victoria Art, Gennadiy Chernomashintsev, Ryan Cooper, Benjo Arwas, Ludek Ciganek, Sean Archer and Rainer Ressmann
June Korea – Still Lives: Eva

June Korea – Still Lives: Eva

I began photographing dolls in 2001 to listen to their voices, and see their secret lives once again as I did in my childhood. And after a few years of inviting them into a photographic world I staged, I started asking myself, “Why do I really photograph dolls?”
Yonder, A poetic visual narrative by Jenny Papalexandris

Yonder, A poetic visual narrative by Jenny Papalexandris

The Yonder Series traces a poetic visual narrative along the Amtrak Crescent line from Penn Station in NYC to New Orleans in Louisiana. The thirty-hour train journey induces deep reverie and contemplation.

Other Stories

stay in touch
Join our mailing list and we'll keep you up to date with all the latest stories, opportunities, calls and more.
We use Sendinblue as our marketing platform. By Clicking below to submit this form, you acknowledge that the information you provided will be transferred to Sendinblue for processing in accordance with their terms of use
We’d love to
Thank you for subscribing!
Submission
Dodho Magazine accepts submissions from emerging and professional photographers from around the world.
Their projects can be published among the best photographers and be viewed by the best professionals in the industry and thousands of photography enthusiasts. Dodho magazine reserves the right to accept or reject any submitted project. Due to the large number of presentations received daily and the need to treat them with the greatest respect and the time necessary for a correct interpretation our average response time is around 5/10 business days in the case of being accepted.
- Between 10/30 images of your best images, in case your project contains a greater number of images which are part of the same indivisible body of work will also be accepted. You must send the images in jpg format to 1200px and 72dpi and quality 9. (No borders or watermarks)
- A short biography along with your photograph. (It must be written in the third person)
- Title and full text of the project with a minimum length of 300 words. (Texts with lesser number of words will not be accepted)
This is the information you need to start preparing your project for its presentation
To send it, you must compress the folder in .ZIP format and use our Wetransfer channel specially dedicated to the reception of works. Links or projects in PDF format will not be accepted. All presentations are carefully reviewed based on their content and final quality of the project or portfolio. If your work is selected for publication in the online version, it will be communicated to you via email and subsequently it will be published.
Contact
How can we help? Got an idea or something you'd like share? Please use the adjacent form, or contact contact@dodho.com
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Submission
Dodho Magazine accepts submissions from emerging and professional photographers from around the world.
Their projects can be published among the best photographers and be viewed by the best professionals in the industry and thousands of photography enthusiasts. Dodho magazine reserves the right to accept or reject any submitted project. Due to the large number of presentations received daily and the need to treat them with the greatest respect and the time necessary for a correct interpretation our average response time is around 5/10 business days in the case of being accepted. This is the information you need to start preparing your project for its presentation.
To send it, you must compress the folder in .ZIP format and use our Wetransfer channel specially dedicated to the reception of works. Links or projects in PDF format will not be accepted. All presentations are carefully reviewed based on their content and final quality of the project or portfolio. If your work is selected for publication in the online version, it will be communicated to you via email and subsequently it will be published.
Get in Touch
How can we help? Got an idea or something you'd like share? Please use the adjacent form, or contact hello@dodho.com
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.