Julio Bittencourt: PLETHORA. What significance does the individual have in society? Impressive compositions and images of tight proximity and loneliness
Tomaso Clavarino: PROPHETS AND PROFITS. They promise miracles – for a price: Christian fundamentalists and their lucrative business at the cost of the poorest in Ghana
Caimi & Piccinni: RHOME: THE UNEXPECTED SIDE. An experiment combining documentation and fiction: the photography duo put together a very personal and unique tribute to the Eternal City
Benjamin Kaufmann: MOTION BLUR. Meaningful unsharpness in its most beautiful form, resulting from the synchronisation of flash, light and movement
Stefan Moses: LEICA CLASSIC. He would have turned 90 in August: a homage to Stefan Moses (1928 – 2018), one of Germany’s most important portrait photographers
F/STOP: Leica SF 60 | Motion Blur | Museum Leica
The latest issue of LFI is here! What meaning does the individual have in society? This is the question that former Leica Oskar Barnack Award winner Julio Bittencourt explores in his long-term project, ‘Plethora’: we bring you impressive compositions and images, that capture both closeness and loneliness.
In addition, the issue includes: Tomaso Clavarino’s reportage on Christian fundamentalists and their dealings with the poorest in Ghana; a very unique homage to the Eternal City by the Italian photo duo Caimi & Piccinni; as well as the Leica Classic Stefan Moses, who would have been 90 in August. Benjamin Kaufmann’s ‘Motion Blur’ series rounds off the imagery segment in the latest issue of LFI, leading into the technical segment, that is dedicated to Leica’s current photographic theme, namely, motion blur.