Analogue or digital, Leica is photography - a photography that comes to life in LFI.
For more than 60 years, LFI has been the independent magazine for the Leica world - an acknowledged institution for all those wanting to know, see and understand more about Leica. Eight times a year, LFI features the best Leica photographers. Within LFI's pages, the reader will find in depth test studies of Leica products as well as ancillary equipment, technical reports on digital and analogue photography, interesting users tips, exclusive reportages and much more.
Florian Ebner, head of the photography collection of Essen's Folkwang Muse- um, about new formats.
With an intuitive sense for light, colour and composition, John Lou Miles always discovers the artificial within the commonplace: a kaleidoscope of colours.
Their houses are made of wire. About 130,000 people live in small cages - right in the middle of Hong Kong, one of the wealthiest cities in the world.
What can the M's video mode actually do? LFI has tested the camera's new function. M available light. With its new CMOS sensor and extended ISO range, the M distinguishes itself in available light photography - a trial by fire.
When city districts are renovated they often lose their character - the good and the bad. Tarlabasi in Istanbul is now facing this fate. Photos by Göksin Varan.
A centennial rediscovery: in 1956, Peter Cornelius documented the city of Paris in colour, for the first time ever - a daring venture in its day.
Deir ez-Zur lies in eastern Syria. The radical Islamic militia Jabhat al-Nusra is currently in control of the area, and defend- ing their beliefs. A report from a ghost town.
Slanted perspectives, unusual frames: Alexander Rodschenko was a master of the Russian avant garde and of the Neues Sehen movement - a portrait.