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Tigers Forever: Can Nature Photography Inspire Conservation?

“If I win, the tiger wins,” photographer Steve Winter said at his talk earlier this week at the Explorers Club in New York. For two decades he’s traced tigers through the forests of Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, and India, on a quest for images that would stop people in their tracks, to spend more than a passing second with, and hopefully inspire passion about conservation.

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Women of Vision: The Female Photographers of National Geographic

Since Jodi Cobb joined National Geographic in 1977 as the magazine’s first female staff photographer, more and more women photographers have contributed images to the publication in essays on human rights, conflict zones, the minds of teenagers, epidemics, life in the remote corners of the world, and, since this is National Geographic after all, stunning landscapes and vibrant wildlife.