LFI Magazine 07/2015
Essay: Home Front. Stanley Greene portrayed people in Oakland, California, who are living on the flip side of the American Dream.
Feature: Los Angeles 1964. Bruce Davidson’s photographs have finally been published over 50 years after they were taken – a fascinating journey back in time.
Portfolio: The Faces. Marked by life: Bruce Gilden’s most recent portraits took him to England’s Black Country. Up close and ruthless.
Leica world: Leica S. The most comprehensive video capability in the medium format range, high ISO and high speed – the S (Typ 007) has been well worth the wait!
Leica world: Leica Q. How does the perspective effect in a picture change when using the Leica Q’s ‘digital zoom’?
Leica world: My Lens. Paul Ripke only uses the 24mm Summilux on his Leica M.
Reportage: California Dreamin’. California has been suffering from a severe drought for five years now. Uwe H. Martin photographed the nightmare in the heart of the US agricultural industry.
Leica Classics: The Shape of Colour. Subtle compositions of pure simplicity: Keld Helmer-Petersen (1920–2013) is considered the father of modern photography in Denmark.
Project: An Eyeful of Tower. 324 metres of iron lattice: Laurent Scheinfeld photographs people posing in front of Paris’s most recognizable landmark.
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- Essay: Home Front. Stanley Greene portrayed people in Oakland, California, who are living on the flip side of the American Dream.