Photo tours, wildlife photography and stock imagery by Daniel J. Cox

Natural Exposures, your connection to the world of photography, nature, conservation, and the conduit to fulfilling your lifelong travel dreams. Daniel’s photographic expertise will enhance your photo skills. Tanya will shepherd you to the world’s most beautiful locations, and they’ll both introduce you to like-minded individuals who often become friends for life. The world is waiting and time is short. Let’s create memories you’ll never forget and the pictures to prove it.

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Daniel J. Cox has photographed for National Geographic magazine

Daniel’s work is featured in many well regarded publications including National Geographic.

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  • "Thank you so much for hosting the tour. I had great experiences and learned a lot. I don't want to get back to "real life". I have been on lots of group tours, both photography rela…

    Lisa Heine, Texas

  • Paulette and I really enjoyed the tour, all of your help before and during the trip, and everyone's companionship. Leon has invited us to become members of the TanDan fan club, pend…

    John Stuelpnagel, California

  • This world is a lot better off because of Dan’s dedication to the planet’s wildlife.

    Robert Buchanan, President of Polar Bears International

  • "I loved my Bhutan trip two years ago, but South Africa exceeded the Bhutan trip by orders of magnitude. It was worth waiting 55 years for!!! The leopard in the tree over my head g…

    Tom Dietrich, Wyoming

  • "I had a great time with you on the Palouse trip – I was completely blown away by the beauty of the area! Thank you so much for a wonderful experience!"

    Carol Granger, MIssouri

  • "We have been friends and have traveled with Dan and Tanya for almost 20 years. We have had the privilege of being invited to join them on their wonderful photography adventures. D…

    Ed and Pat Nahin, California

  • "Excellent! Thanks - I learned a lot about Cuban culture and about photography. Great trip!"

    John Lindow, California

  • "As always... a roaring TanDan extravaganza. Fun to reunite and unite. Fauna and flora at the very best. A true people trip with accents of delicate orchids, clowning monkeys and jet…

    Maud and Leon Soriano, Florida

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  • David Mantripp says:

    Thank you for the review Daniel, it is both well written and informative, a sadly rare combination. I have one question about the G9: you don’t mention the pincushion distortion in the EVF. I assume this is because either it doesn’t bother you, or it has been wildly exaggerated by…

    1 week ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (38 comments)
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    Dorothy Detlor says:

    Dan - I called the shop in Boseman. I don't know who it was that answered. Thanks very much for the information. Which of the teleconverters would be the most useful? I assume the 1.4 would result in sharper images?

    1 week ago on Lumix GH5-GH5S-G9 Autofocus Guidebook (11 comments)
  • Chris Williams says:

    I've just bought the G9. It's a fabulous camera - ergonomically one of the best I've ever used and I've used most marques. So I am talking about this as someone who is experienced and reinvested in the MFT system. Your lens comparisons are either misguided or disingenuous. Comparing a…

    2 weeks ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (38 comments)
  • Portrait of Dorothy Detlor

    Dorothy Detlor says:

    Dan, I am not clear on the use of the teleconverters with the 50 - 200 lens. I was told by a camera person at one of the companies that they would only work with the 200 lens. Thanks for your help.

    2 weeks ago on Lumix GH5-GH5S-G9 Autofocus Guidebook (11 comments)
  • james wilson says:

    Hello Dan, At Bosque last week I set my G9 up at the flats at temps below freezing and the preview lit up but it would not fire. There was one frame grabbed out of multiple shutter pressings. Later it worked fine. Tried the 2nd day, same story, later worked…

    2 weeks ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (38 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months

    Panasonic’s Lumix G9 It’s been a little less than ten months since I first had the opportunity to shoot a pre-production model of the Lumix G9. Six months have passed since receiving a regular production model. Along the way, I’ve shot just shy of 47,000 pictures including geese and ducks,…

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  • Major Mylio Update

    The new major Mylio update is finally here. I’ve been using Mylio now for at least three years, and it’s currently organizing just short of 1,200,000 images in my library. This program has given me access to my pictures I’ve never had. I can’t praise this software enough. The speaking…

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  • Firmware Updates for GH5, GH5S, G9, and GX9

    Panasonic has just released firmware updates for the LUMIX GH5 and GH5S cameras. Version 2.4 for the LUMIX GH5 includes: 1. Improvement of AF performance – There were cases where focus point was shifted to the background while tracking the subject in AFC mode. The new firmware minimizes this problem.…

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  • Leica Magic With A Lumix Mount: The 200mm and 50-200mm Lenses

    Leica magic with a Lumix mount—the 200mm and 50-200mm lenses have been part of a very exciting year for Panasonic and the Micro Four Thirds category of cameras. I had to check Mylio to see exactly when I first started shooting these two new Leica lenses, and I was surprised to…

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  • Good News for Micro Four Thirds

    There’s more good new for Micro Four Thirds shooters. In a Photo Gear News interview, from the Marketing Director of Lumix in the UK, we’re told there is no way Panasonic is giving up on MFT. The simple reason being that MFT and APS-C, smaller sensor cameras, make up 70% of…

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