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What’s in Amateur Photographer 18 February 2017

 
Straight talking
Rob Cherry reveals how finding your lens’s sweet spot helps minimise distortion in your images

World of images
The winners of the Lonely Planet Traveller photography competition

Food for thought
We invite you to step inside Carl Warner’s edible wonderland – it’s a veritable feast for the eyes

Wild art
Wildlife photographers are increasingly turning to mono to lift their images above the ordinary. David Tipling takes a look

When Harry met…
Harry Borden describes the moment inspiration hit during a shoot with the sartorially elegant actor Bill Nighy

Photo insight
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?

Budget shift
Perspective-correction lenses don’t have to cost a fortune. We round up some of the best budget options available today

Evening class
Martin Evening tackles your photo-editing and post-processing problems

Accessories
Useful gadgets to enhance your photography, from phones to filters

7 days
A week in photography

Inbox
Your letters and what’s trending on the AP website

Reader Portfolio
Spotlight on readers’ excellent images and how they captured them

Tech Talk
Expert advice, tips, tricks and more

Final Analysis
Roger Hicks considers…  ‘US Air Force crew preparing F-4 Phantom II, Phan Rang’, 1966, by Larry Burrows

COVER PICTURE:  © Kev Pearson

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