- Opus Magnum: 70 Years Magnum Photos. If anything deserves to be called legendary, then it is the photo agency that was founded in Paris in 1947
- Tomaso Baldessarini: 28 Millimetre .Most of the time he photographs in the studio but with the Leica Q Baldessarini hit the streets of Manhattan
- Danny Wilcox Frazier: Till Death Do Us Part. Nearly 60 percent of the Nebraska voters decided for Donald Trump. A photo reportage from Middle America
- Fred Herzog: Modern Color. What is the connection between a barber shop and a red stocking? Herzogs exemplary images answer the question
- Bil Brown: Weimar Los Angeles. Delightfully documented or cleverly staged? Presenting a man who set forth to revolutionise fashion photography
- Enrique Badulescu: Feast of Colours. The fashion photographer covered a body painting session organised by New York artist Vicky Steckel
- F/STOP: Leica M10 | Macro-Adapter-M | Farbfilter
If anything deserves to be called 'legendary', then it is the photo agency that was founded in Paris in 1947: Magnum Photos. LFI celebrates the 70th anniversary of the agency in its 5th issue featuring numerous photos by famous Leica photographers. Also: A direct comparison of the new Leica M10 with its predecessor M240 and the versatile macro adapter M explained by the Italian photographer Max Malatesta.