LFI 3/2015 April
- Talking with: World Press Photo Managing Director Lars Boering talks about his think tank, and about the direction photography is taking
- Portfolio: Into the Wild. A kingdom for my freedom! Stéphane Lavoué is fascinated by the people and the landscape of the Northeast Kingdom, a small area in the US State of Vermont.
- Portfolio: Transient Home. Huts, shacks and ruins of buildings: Giulio Rimondi photographed refugee dwellings in Lebanon and reveals an on-going state of emergency.
- Project: Dance of the Intha. Silhouettes on Inle Lake: Sopon Chienwittayakun documents the work of fishermen in Myanmar.
- Leica world: Analogue Film. In Liguria, film manufacturer Film Ferrania is given a new lease on life – financed through crowdfunding
- Leica world: My Lens. Close up: Till Brönner uses the Macro-Elmarit-R 60 mm f/2.8 for his portrait photography
- Leica News: Leica bring the special edition M-P Safari with Summicron M 35 mm f/2 Asph onto the market
- Reportage: Twilight Zone. December 1989 saw the fall of the Ceausescu dictatorship in Romania; a short while later Joseph Rodriguez travelled there to photograph the traumatized country.
- Project: Endangered Diversity. French fashion photographer, Coco Neuville, documents the ethnic richness of Myanmar.
- Leica Classics: Modern Traditionalist. People in harmony with nature: Hiroshi Hamaya from Japan (1915–1999) was the first Asian photographer to become an Associate Member of the Magnum Agency.
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