LFI Magazine 06/2015
Portfolio: Traces of Humanity. The Chinese photographer Jing Huang captures life in sensitive and beautifully melancholic black and white images.
Feature: China from the Air. A Leica on high: HG Esch captures exciting panoramic views of China with the help of a drone.
Feature: The Pioneer. Aviation pioneer Wulf-Diether Count of Castell-Rüdenhausen photographed China from the air, at a time when flying was still a great adventure.
Leica world: 28mm Summilux-M. With the Summilux-M 28mm f/1.4 Asph, Leica completes its assortment of high-speed, wide-angle lenses.
Leica world: Leica IIIf. The Leica IIIf came onto the market in 1950 – with built-in variable flash synchronisation for all shutter speeds and flash types.
Leica world: Photo Competition. The Classic Cars Photo Contest launched by LFI and Leica Camera AG, earns the winner a Leica Q! LFI presents the winning pictures.
Reportage: Land in Sight? Indios from the Nasa tribe have occupied three plantations. Jonas Wresch reports on the desperate battle for land, survival and tradition.
Leica Classics: Memory is an Image. During his short life, Pierre de Fenoÿl explored many facets of photography. A (re)discovery on the occasion of what would have been his 70th birthday.
Project: Modern Classic. It is the style of the 60s and 70s that inspires Gennadiy Chernomashintsev’s fashion photoshoots.
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- Portfolio: Traces of Humanity. The Chinese photographer Jing Huang captures life in sensitive and beautifully melancholic black and white images.