The Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

RAJU PEDDADA 2 months ago 25 min 1298
We exist on small blue-brown marble in the ever expanding nebula of ambiguity – a vast nothingness of cold uncertainty and eternal certainly, that we constantly attempt to decipher with our sciences.

The Anonymous Artists by Raju Peddada

RAJU PEDDADA 3 months ago 27 min 1810
By what mechanism do I see beauty in decay or distress? Why does a defaced-distressed message incite me? And, how can defacement delineate the mundane mess, from aesthetic magic? The answers may reside in the cognitive theory, which, for the most part, is concerned with the development of an individual's thought process

Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

SHARON TENENBAUM 3 months ago 10 min 1835
I always felt that abstract photography was something one needs to mature into.  It takes insight and patience to see what is insinuated rather than what is implied. 

The War that Nourished Photography by Raju Peddada

RAJU PEDDADA 5 months ago 25 min 1233
A face is more than just a face. It's a message board, that offers more than we can read. Or it can be a billboard, revealing the inner most condition. The face always conveys the compressed energy of life being experienced in a myriad details – that in retrospect, only a fecund imagination and acute sensitivity can correlate and coalesce.

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The Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

The Abstruse Aesthetic of Ambiguity by Raju Peddada

We exist on small blue-brown marble in the ever expanding nebula of ambiguity – a vast nothingness of cold uncertainty and eternal certainly, that we constantly attempt to decipher with our sciences.
RAJU PEDDADA 25 min 1298
The Anonymous Artists by Raju Peddada

The Anonymous Artists by Raju Peddada

By what mechanism do I see beauty in decay or distress? Why does a defaced-distressed message incite me? And, how can defacement delineate the mundane mess, from aesthetic magic? The answers may reside in the cognitive theory, which, for the most part, is concerned with the development of an individual’s thought process
RAJU PEDDADA 27 min 1810
Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

Abstract photography by Sharon Tenenbaum

I always felt that abstract photography was something one needs to mature into.  It takes insight and patience to see what is insinuated rather than what is implied. 
SHARON TENENBAUM 10 min 1835
The War that Nourished Photography by Raju Peddada

The War that Nourished Photography by Raju Peddada

A face is more than just a face. It’s a message board, that offers more than we can read. Or it can be a billboard, revealing the inner most condition. The face always conveys the compressed energy of life being experienced in a myriad details – that in retrospect, only a fecund imagination and acute sensitivity can correlate and coalesce.
RAJU PEDDADA 25 min 1233
The Concept of Visual Parataxis by Raju Peddada

The Concept of Visual Parataxis by Raju Peddada

I am a writer by passion and a photographer by design. What I mean by this is that writing requires a lot of practice, dedicated labor every day, just to attain mediocrity. It is a very discouraging avocation.
RAJU PEDDADA 19 min 2734
The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

The Unknown Photographers! by Raju Peddada

Ten years before India’s independence, in 1937, a little after 7.00 pm, four men and a five year old boy, after some hearty afternoon snacks at a local eatery, seeking novelty, sauntered into a photo studio, in Kakinada
RAJU PEDDADA 24 min 2978
Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

Photographic Awareness & Perception! by Raju Peddada

One of the many joys of photography is in the suddenness with which opportunities manifest in front of us. It would be utterly remiss of us, as photographers, to not cash in on such chances.
RAJU PEDDADA 27 min 3435
What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph? by Sharon Tenenbaum

What Makes a Great Fine Art Architectural Photograph? by Sharon Tenenbaum

Every person you ask might have a different answer to that question, however, from my experience, there are a few key factors that are imperative to transforming a just good image to a great one.
SHARON TENENBAUM 17 min 3817
India: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

India: The Ancient Festival of Color! by Raju Peddada

India! There’s no one adjective to capture the essence of it! Superlatives would fall short, in describing the oldest continuously existing civilization in the world.
RAJU PEDDADA 30 min 2402
Niepce’s View & Daggeurre’s Perspective by Raju Peddada

Niepce’s View & Daggeurre’s Perspective by Raju Peddada

Our sense of sight guides our life. We touch, taste, listen and even feel with our eyes. Our entire economy and statecraft are dependent on it. Which business brand does not depend on our sense of sight? Which politician is not cued on optics?
RAJU PEDDADA 18 min 3405
Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

Art Shay: America’s Visual Diarist by Raju Peddada

“You are a naughty man!” responded an amused, flirtatious and nude Simone de Beauvoir to Art Shay, who had sneaked from behind the open door and shot a whole strip of her nudes, while she groomed herself in the bathroom.
RAJU PEDDADA 28 min 4442
The Romantic Photographer by Raju Peddada

The Romantic Photographer by Raju Peddada

What is a romantic photographer? The romantic photographer is a visual alchemist, an organic perceiver. Someone, who projects his inner being: emotions and experiences outward, through the lens, in search of resonance and congruence in his subject matter
RAJU PEDDADA 23 min 3302
Alfred Stieglitz or the photographer who turned photography into art.

Alfred Stieglitz or the photographer who turned photography into art.

Alfred Stieglitz was a revolutionary who, at some point, got the society of his time to change the perception of photography to make it what it is today. Alfred Stieglitz was born on January 1, 1864, in Hoboken, New Jersey State.
MARIA OLIVA 7 min 3586
Jacob Riis; How the Other Half Lives

Jacob Riis; How the Other Half Lives

Jacob Riis photographed his masterpiece, seventeen photographs published in 1890 under the title “How the Other Half Lives.” The book discovers the wild social inequalities existing in the city
MARIA OLIVA 7 min 3707
Robert Frank and The Americans, the book that changed documentary photography.

Robert Frank and The Americans, the book that changed documentary photography.

The Americans is the greatest work of Robert Frank is an undeniable fact, not only it became one of the most influential books in the photography history, but it reinvents completely the way you look and tackle any photographic project building the pillars of the new documentary photography.
MARIA OLIVA 7 min 3628
Giles Penfound

Giles Penfound

Former Chief Press Photographer for the British Army, Giles Penfound recounts his time spent photographing across the world in both military and civilian capacity – including time spent in India.
NEALE JAMES 1 min 2681
10 Great fine art photographers

10 Great fine art photographers

The great photographs by Riccardo Magherini, Jeff Vyse, Stephanie Pfriender Stylander, Dragos Ionian, Aaron Sehmar, Alicia Moneva, Gianluca Micheletti, Polina Plotnikova, Antigone Kourakou and Margrieta Jeltema.
Dodho Magazine 17 min 13846
10 Talented Australian photographers

10 Talented Australian photographers

The great stories by Tim Yare, Terence Bogue, Bill Gekas, Cam Attree, Christopher Morris, Liam Lynch, Christopher Robert, Anastasia Fua, Pia Johnson and Morganna Magee.
Dodho Magazine 15 min 9937
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.
Dodho Magazine 17 min 13198
Mark Seymour ; A portrait of Ronnie

Mark Seymour ; A portrait of Ronnie

There are 850,000 people in the UK with dementia. Nearly a quarter of a million people will develop the condition in the next year. It’s one of the main causes of disability in later life, yet still there is no cure for what many people consider an ‘unfashionable disease.
NEALE JAMES 1 min 2722
15 Talented Asian Photographers

15 Talented Asian Photographers

The Best Asian Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Michiko Chiyoda, Cao Dien, Jagdev Singh, Gili Yaari, Hiroshi Watanabe, Hai Zhang, Madoka Ikegami, Yosuke Kashiwakura, Shinji Ichikawa, Anik Rahman, Binh-Dang, Kazunori Nagashima, Hyung S. Kim, Aryan Pramudito, Ankara Naktamna.
Dodho Magazine 29 min 4495
25 Talented European Photographers

25 Talented European Photographers

The Best European Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Laurent Baheux, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Julia Anna Gospodarou, Marcello Bonfanti, Marta Kochanek, Zuzu Valla, Jan Møller Hansen, Tine Poppe, Matilde Pernille, Claudio Rasano, Antigone Kourakou, Justine Tjallinks, Dasha Matrosova, Elizabeth Koning, Alicia Moneva, Erberto Zani, Lorenzo Moscia, Guillaume d´Hubert, Matilda Temperley, Deborah Roffel, Olivier Valsecchi, Nenad Saljic, Mira Nedyalkova, Dagmar Van Weeghel, Alva Bernadine
Dodho Magazine 41 min 6893
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
Dodho Magazine 16 min 4091
5 Great nude Photographers

5 Great nude Photographers

The Best Nude Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Lilith, Olivier Valsecchi, Ruediger Beckmann, Larry Woodmann and Radoslaw Pujan.
Dodho Magazine 11 min 29291
Ross Harvey

Ross Harvey

An advanced degree in computer science may not necessaily be considered the makings for a creative leaning that so refreshingly understands photographic geometry, light and composition. This is a short film about wedding and street photographer Ross Harvey
NEALE JAMES 1 min 2110
5 great British photographers

5 great British photographers

The Best British Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Sophie Ebrard, Zuzu Valla, Alva Bernadine, Ellie Davies and Daniel Ali.
Dodho Magazine 11 min 4520
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.
Dodho Magazine 11 min 5106
5 Great Architectural Photographers

5 Great Architectural Photographers

The Best Architectural Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Julia Anna Gospodarou, Ralph Gräf, Anaud Bertrande, Kerstin Arnemann and Mihai Florea.
Dodho Magazine 11 min 6993
5 great indian photographers

5 great indian photographers

The Best Indian Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Jagdev Singh, Amlan Sanyal, Souradeep Roy, Aman Chotani and Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri.
Dodho Magazine 10 min 11333
Tom Stoddart

Tom Stoddart

A former Times editorial photographer, Paul Rogers is now a respected wedding photojournalist. His style pays homage to a finely honed journalistic eye that saw him cover assignments in Iraq, Africa and North Korea.
NEALE JAMES 1 min 4977

AsiaB&WFeaturedStoryHeartfelt Welcome by Argus Paul Estabrook

Dodho Magazine 3 weeks ago 14 min 1359
On November 7, 2017, South Korean President Moon Jae-in extended a “heartfelt welcome” towards US President Donald Trump as he arrived in South Korea for a two-day summit to reaffirm the Korea-US alliance.

CityEuropeFeaturedThe state of britain by David Barrett

Dodho Magazine 1 month ago 10 min 1222
The state of Britain project was intended to be a study of Americanisation within the UK, however ,The result of the Brexit referendum signaled to me that Britain was about to change more significantly , Britain was about to exchange its liberal European past for a survival of the fittest ”Wild West” culture . 

B&WEuropeFeaturedStoryBlack World by Erberto Zani

Dodho Magazine 1 month ago 18 min 1280
It is a dark world that millions of people are forced to work in, made of mines, dust and fear. Characterized by oppression, violence and trampled human rights; where the presence of enormous deposits of minerals transform into a curse for the people through the illegality caused by games of power and corrupt economies.

AmericaFeaturedShotAdorned by Jady Bates

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 4 min 1344
Women no longer feel the need to please the previously-ordained-in-media's "male gaze." Females are finding their voice and their own visions in how to adorn themselves: women according to women.
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