LFI Magazine 02/2008
Portfolio: Dream City. Giovanni del Brenna has been exploring the world’s cities for years. His intense and mysterious imagery explores the enigma of urban inhospitality.
Portfolio: Roma Termini. Roma Termini, Rome‘s main train station, is the stage upon which Holger Biermann captures mundane dramas as they unfold.
Noctilux, the Magic Eye: The Noctilux-M 50 mm f/1 is the heaviest and most expensive lens in the M collection. According to Nenad Bojic, it’s also the most interesting.
M8 is Forever: Leica redefines the M8 as a platform concept with interchangeable components, and thus as a camera that defies the laws of ageing.
R System and Leicaflex: Douglas Herr, the ‘bird man of Sacramento’, talks about the Leicaflex SL and the advantages of using manual focus in wildlife photography.
NPA Up Close: Covert photographs of everyday life in the East German National People’s army: Oliver Bergmeier was there, a young recruit armed with a Leicaflex SL2.
Sensor Trends: What will the digital photography of tomorrow look like? We take a sneak peek at future technologies designed for ultimate light efficiency.
D-Lux 3: Rick Berland has a street photography epiphany.
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- Portfolio: Dream City. Giovanni del Brenna has been exploring the world’s cities for years. His intense and mysterious imagery explores the enigma of urban inhospitality.