LFI 03/2016 April
Feature: So long, China. Time travel through the Middle Kingdom. Magnum photographer Patrick Zachmann looks back.
Portfolio: Bleak Beauty. The north-west of Scotland is the backdrop for Olivia Arthur and Philipp Ebeling’s photographic riddles.
Portfolio: Swinging. A mixture of retro-cult and ecstasy: Maurizio Beucci reveals the joys and passion of the world of Lindy Hop.
Feature: Sculptural Couture. Haute Couture full of lightness and movement: staged fashion photography by Mikael Wardhana.
Leica world: Leica SL. M and T(L) lenses can also be adapted to Leica’s new mirror-less 35mm camera – a temptation for M and T photographers?
Leica world: Viewfinder. Window to the world. The Q and the SL reveal that Leica can set its own standards when it comes to electronic viewfinders.
Leica world: History. The era of screw-mount Leicas came to an end and the Compur-Summicron, a masterpiece of fine mechanics, lost its chance for success.
Reportage: In Peril on the Sea. An erstwhile fishing cutter sets to sea in the name of humanity – Daniel Etter reports from the Sea-Watch.
Leica Classics: Humanist with a Camera. Homage for a centenary: a journey around the world – the much too brief life of Werner Bischof.
Project: See the City! Little money, stark contrasts: Phil Penman is living his dream – street photography in New York.