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Steve Winter discusses his career in wildlife photography, particularly his work with big cats and the LA cougars of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Steve Winter has been a photographer for National Geographic for over two decades. He specializes in wildlife, and particularly, big cats. Winter has been named BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and BBC Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year, was a two-time winner of PoYI’s Global Vision Award and won first prize in the nature story category from World Press Photo...
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