Published on April 9th, 2015 | by Vincent Jobse0
LFI goes into the wild
Life in Vermont, now in LFI Magazine.
French photographer Stéphane Lavoué visits Vermont, one of the smaller and less populated states of America, in the far north. His reportage covers life in the Northeast Kingdom, a small and rugged area in the state. Lavoué portraits its inhabitants in photography that reminds you of Twin Peaks and Fargo: life in the barren woods, where people mind their own business and take care of their own environment, far away from metropoles like New York and Washington.
Also in the new LFI:
Portfolio: Transient Home. Huts, shacks and ruins of buildings: Giulio Rimondi photographed refugee dwellings in Lebanon and reveals an on-going state of emergency.
Project: Dance of the Intha. Silhouettes on Inle Lake: Sopon Chienwittayakun documents the work of fishermen in Myanmar.
Leica world: Analogue Film. In Liguria, film manufacturer Film Ferrania is given a new lease on life – financed through crowdfunding
Leica world: My Lens. Close up: Till Brönner uses the Macro-Elmarit-R 60 mm f/2.8 for his portrait photography
Leica News: Leica bring the special edition M-P Safari with Summicron M 35 mm f/2 Asph onto the market
Reportage: Twilight Zone. December 1989 saw the fall of the Ceausescu dictatorship in Romania; a short while later Joseph Rodriguez travelled there to photograph the traumatized country.