1. Kiên Hoàng Lê: Mini Bar


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    Photographer Kiên Hoàng Lê went exploring in Tokyo’s entertainment district: meeting night owls and lovers, artists and cross-dressers, outsiders and lonely people – a colourful combination in black and white, all centred in a tiny bar. Born in Hanoi, Hoàng Lê grew up close to Berlin. In 2013, he received his Bachelor in Advanced Visual Storytelling at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. After that he studied photojournalism and documentary photography in Hanover. He explored Tokyo with a Leica M9, a Summilux-M 35 mm f/1.4 Asph and a Summicron-M 28 mm f/2 Asph. Please find Kiên Hoàng Lê’s reportage in LFI Magazine 4/2015, available on Friday, 22nd May: http://lfi-online.de/ceemes/en/magazine/lfi-magazine/ Also available for the iPad: itunes.apple.com/de/app/lfi-leica-fotografie-international/id523601484?mt=8 To learn more about Kiên’s work, visit his website: http://hoangle.de Video Editor: Niko Chotos Music: Scat Law / Tsubasa Kitaooji

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    • Street Photography Hong Kong Part 3


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      Visit my online Gallery: https://www.flickr.com/photos/paulswee/ Leica M9 Summicron M 50 Summicron M 35mm ASPH Summicron M28mm ASPH Music by Max Richter - Leaving Home & Piano Themes (Alternate Versions)

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      • Leica M9-P Silver Chrome


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        Leica M9-P Silver Chrome

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        • Leica M9 Steel Grey


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          Leica M9 Steel Grey - £1999

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          • Alvaro Ybarra Zavala: Legal Toxin


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            The use of gene-manipulated plants and increasingly aggressive chemicals transforms Argentina’s agricultural industry. Cases of cancer and deformities are rising – the local population fights against an invisible danger. Born in Spain in 1979, Ybarra learned photography from his grandfather when he was still a child. The only official training he got was at a Joop Swart Masterclass in 2009, for which he was selected by The World Press Photo Foundation. 2011 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography for his reportage of Colombia’s civil war. Represented by Getty Images. The Stories of a Wounded Land project dealing with the agro industry in Brazil and Argentina will be exhibited at the Visa pour l’Image Festival from 30 August to 14 September 2014, at the Eglise des Dominicains in Perpignan. Please find Alvaro Ybarra Zavala’s reportage in LFI Magazine 6/2014, available on Friday, 8th August: www.lfi-online.de Also available for the iPad: www.itunes.apple.com/de/app/lfi-leica-fotografie-international/id523601484?mt=8 To learn more about Ybarra’s work, visit his website: www.alvaroybarra.com

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            • Marco Casino: Ticket to Ride


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              An “extreme sport” exists in South Africa’s townships, which often results in amputations, or even death. Known as train surfing, thrill-seeking teenage boys perform unimaginable stunts atop commuter trains – at full speed. Anger management and manhood ritual: To exhibit their bravery, the boys literally risk lives and limbs. The 27 year-old photographer started out with commercial photography and is the founder of the Made in Milan agency. In 2012 he won the Leica 24 × 36 Talents Award with his series The Death of Italian Horse Racing. His reportage on train surfers was short-listed for the Magnum and IdeasTap 30 under 30 competition. Casino is the first ambassador for Leica Camera Italia, and lives in Milan and Turin. Please find Marco Casino’s reportage in LFI Magazine 5/2014, available on Friday, 27th June: www.lfi-online.de Also available for the iPad: www.itunes.apple.com/de/app/lfi-leica-fotografie-international/id523601484?mt=8 To learn more about Marco’s work, visit his website: www.marcocasino.com

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              • Hjaltes Birck Ahlstrands voksenfest


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                Hjalte Bircks Ahlstrand's "grown up" party Shot by Madsen, Michaelsen & Ahlstrand with Leica M9–P & 28 MM Summicron F/2 Asph & 50 MM Noctilux F/0.95 Asph Canon 5D Mark III & 24–70 MM F/2.8 II Nikon D6100 & Sigma 35 MM F/1.4 *** Music: The Black Keys ”Turn Blue”

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                • Andrea Boccalini: Living XXL-Style


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                  A link between the city and the countryside, a home and a meeting place, and all packed into about one kilometre. Built in the seventies in the south-west of Rome, many people believed in the Corviale’s innovative living concept. Reality, however, looks somewhat different. This is a story of an unfulfilled promise, manifested in stone. Born in Umbria, Andrea Boccalini has made Rome his home. He began his photographic career at age 30, with a social reportage on Guatemala. Nowadays, in addition to reportage, he specializes in music photography. The pictures of the Corviale were produced in collaboration with Leica Camera Italia. Boccalini also runs photography workshops for Leica and acts as an ambassador for the brand. Please find Andrea Boccalini’s reportage in LFI Magazine 4/2014, available on Friday, 23rd May: www.lfi-online.de Also available for the iPad: itunes.apple.com/de/app/lfi-leica-fotografie-international/id523601484?mt=8 Music by kind permission of Singer-Songwriter: Alessandro Mannarino (www.alessandromannarino.it); Title: Svegliatevi Italiani Publishing and Management: Leave Music (www.leavemusic.it)

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                  • Tomás Munita/Dominic Nahr: The Green Mile


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                    On 11 March 2011, following the worst earthquake in Japan’s history, disaster struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant forcing 160,000 people from their homes when the area was declared an exclusion zone. While nature has regained the upper hand, the people have relocated to emergency shelters. Two photographic perspectives. Tomás Munita was born in Chile in 1975. He studied photography in Santiago and later worked for various newspapers and the AP Agency. A free-lance photographer since 2006, that same year he won the Leica Oskar Barnack Award for his pictures from Afghanistan. His work has received the World Press Photo Award three times, most recently in 2013. The Fukushima reportage was taken with a Leica M9 and a Summicron-M 35 mm f/2 Asph. Dominic Nahr was born in Switzerland in 1983. He grew up in Hong Kong. He began working as a free-lance photographer while studying film in Toronto. He has been a member of the Magnum Agency since 2010 and has won a number of prizes, including the 2009 Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award for his reportage on the civil war in Congo. In Fukushima he photographed with a Leica M9 and Summicron-M 35 mm f/2 and Summilux-M 1:1.4/50 mm Asph lenses. Please find Tomás Munita’s and Dominic Nahr’s reportage in LFI Magazine 3/2014, available on Friday, 4th April: www.lfi-online.de Also available for the iPad: itunes.apple.com/de/app/lfi-leica-fotografie-international/id523601484?mt=8 To learn more about Andrea’s work, visit his website: www.tomasmunita.com You will find Dominic’s portfolio here: www.dominicnahr.com

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