Natural Exposures, Inc.

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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Recent Testimonials
  • "My pleasure, you are very, very gracious hosts. TOPS."

    Joel Kleiner, New York

  • "An excellent four days of exploring Yellowstone Park at this magical time of year. We were able to see and photograph many of the residents of the Park including bison, coyotes…

    Tom Stewart, Ontario, Canada

  • " A historic trip - Japan's two worst snow storms in 20 years and we persevered. Great group, great times."

    Claude Lecours, Ontario

  • "Pretty perfect from start to finish. I've fallen in love with Dan, Tanya, Colter and of course, Yellowstone. Thank you for a wonderful experience!"

    Sally Bruce, England

  • "Dan and Tanya are great to travel with. Their trips are well organized and provide great experiences and learning possibilities in photography to all of their guests. If snags…

    Lynne Edwards, California

  • I hope you and Tanya have a wonderful time out on the River. I had the best time on our trip; didn't think I could top the polar bears in the Arctic Ocean, but the Pantanal was…

    Dean Swartz, Ohio

  • "This is my fifth trip with you, as always, great photo opportunities,accomodations, food, transportation and instruction. What more can I say? Thank you for the fun and for tak…

    Dorothy Murray, Iowa

  • "The adventure of seeing the Jaguars "up close and personal" was Fantastic!! But also, being able to see a Tapir and other exotic animals, reptiles & birds was lik…

    Lani Dillon, California

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Recent blog posts
  • Attention Copyright Owners Across America!


    Join PPA’s Grassroots Action for Copyright Owners Across America Attention all artists—now is the time to speak up! Join PPA’s Grassroots Action Team in their effort to create positive change for copyright owners across America. Members of the House Judiciary Committee are working to create legislation for a small claims copyright process. This…

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  • Lumix Diaries: Shooting the New Leica Lumix 12mm F/1.4

    Edinburgh Castle on the ridge above the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Scotland

    Shooting the New Leica Lumix 12mm F/1.4 This past February when I visited the Panasonic headquarters in Osaka, Japan, I spent time with engineers discussing many ideas and features for upcoming cameras. On the meeting room table were a few things I can’t discuss, but one item that’s now been announced…

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  • Can Lumix Shoot Sports and Wildlife?

    Steller's Sea Eagle in flight, Hokkaido, Japan Lumix GX8 with Leica 100-400mm zoom. ISO 500

    Bill, This is a tough call. Unfortunately I have no experience with the Canon 6D, although I do know it’s a full frame sensor. Full frame sensors are always going to give you a better image at higher ISO’s which is typically what you would be shooting at  sporting events.…

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  • Program Mode Question from John Nesser


    All good questions John. 1). Yes, if the lighting changes so will your camera but it’s both Shutter Speed and Aperture that change. If you require that you camera’s Aperture stay in one place, Aperture Priority would be the way to go. 2). Yes, Program Mode works with Auto ISO.…

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  • Mylio Version 1.8 Crushes Photo Mechanic & Lightroom When Scrolling

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    I’m always looking for faster and faster tools to process my images and it was the quest for speed that made me look at a new program called Mylio. Mylio is a funny little name, but if you know its origin, it makes a lot of sense. Break Mylio down…

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