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A chat with Steve Winter and new prints for sale

Megan Seltzer

08 Jun 2022

Launching today, Natural World Safaris is excited to announce a collaboration with wildlife photographer and big cat specialist, Steve Winter, with both an exclusive print shop and podcast episode! 

Steve Winter has been a photographer for National Geographic for over two decades, and has been named BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and BBC Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year. Growing up in rural Indiana, he was given his first camera by his father on his seventh birthday, and in 1991 he realized his ambition of becoming a photojournalist for National Geographic. 

Print Shop

To celebrate Steve's incredible work, we are delighted to share with you the exclusive opportunity to buy prints from his stunning collections. Each image is A3 and will be printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl paper, 285 gsm, which offers a delicately textured surface and fantastic print quality. It will be shipped from the UK. These images are not for sale anywhere else, and 50% of the funds raised will go towards conservation projects. 

Click the link  to discover Steve's prints: Prints - Naked Eye Studios 

The Naked Eye Studios Podcast

Episode 6 of The Naked Eye Studios podcast fulfils an in-depth conversation with Steve and Sharon Guynup, an award-winning journalist and editor covering wildlife, climate change, conservation, and more, writing for titles such as National Geographic, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. Together they have done in-depth investigations into wildlife crime, including an exposé on tiger trafficking and how captive tigers in the U.S. outnumber those in the wild, and the issues surrounding this. They spent time with individuals covered by the Netflix series Tiger King, detailing in-depth the issues surrounding the tiger entertainment industry. 

Steve and Sharon talk extensively about their investigative work in this area, and their groundbreaking "The Tigers Next Door' feature on NatGeo which highlighted the need for awareness of the 5,000 to 10,000 tigers living in cages in the United States—more than remain in the wild in Asia. With most living in roadside zoos, many individuals also keep tigers as pets, as the United States has no federal law regulating big cat ownership. 

Click the link to listen to episode 6 with Steve Winter: Podcast - Naked Eye Studios




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