LFI Magazine 03/2005
Portfolio: The Estonians. Estonia, country in transition: Christoph Otto’s portrait of a Baltic republic switches between poignant realities and vigorous optimism.
Portfolio: Stern Garden Poetry. Claude Monet’s famous garden in Giverny is an ocean of colour – American photographer William Messer prefers sober black and white.
R Lenses: Leica Knowledge. Purchasing advice: the best lenses from the past 40 years. Part two: 15 to 100 mm.
Leica – a Chance in a Crisis? How Leica aims to return to the profit zone – questioning Leica chief of communications, Gero Furchheim.
Filmscanners below 500 Euros: What introductory scanners are capable of.
Composition: LFI Academy. Colour filters in black and white photography – part six: the polariser.
Bokeh: Leica Knowledge. The advantage of understanding the unsharpness characteristics of Leica lenses.
Digital Imaging:bold: Intuitive and luxurious: testing Wacom’s touch-sensitive Pen Display, Cintiq 21UX.
Leica Collector’s Guide: Review: A new edition of Dennis Laney’s reference book.
Table of Contents(.pdf)
- Portfolio: The Estonians. Estonia, country in transition: Christoph Otto’s portrait of a Baltic republic switches between poignant realities and vigorous optimism.