In the digital version Amateur Photographer 18 February 2017 we announce the winners of the Lonely Planet Traveller photography competition

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Digital Version Amateur Photographer 18 February 2017

Amateur Photographer 18 February 2017

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  • Rob Cherry reveals how finding your lens’s sweet spot helps minimise distortion in your images
  • The winners of the Lonely Planet Traveller photography competition
  • We invite you to step inside Carl Warner’s edible wonderland – it’s a veritable feast for the eyes
  • Wildlife photographers are increasingly turning to mono to lift their images above the ordinary. David Tipling takes a look
  • Harry Borden describes the moment inspiration hit during a shoot with the sartorially elegant actor Bill Nighy
  • Jeremy Walker explores the ever-changing icebergs of Jökulsárlón
  • Sony Alpha 6500 – The flagship APS-C mirrorless model from Sony is up against some stiff competition. Does it make the grade?
  • Perspective-correction lenses don’t have to cost a fortune. We round up some of the best budget options available today
  • Martin Evening tackles your photo-editing and post-processing problems
  • Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters
  • A week in photography
  • Your letters and what’s trending on the AP website
  • Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them
  • Expert advice, tips, tricks and more
  • Roger Hicks considers… ‘US Air Force crew preparing F-4 Phantom II, Phan Rang’, 1966, by Larry Burrows

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