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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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  • "This Galapagos trip was the BEST! We had so much fun this year when we took it (2012). Saw lots of wildlife and got FANTASTIC pictures!! The yacht, the food, snorkeling and the Captain…

    Lani Dillon, California

  • "Thanks for putting together an amazing wildlife viewing and photographic experience. The entire trip was fabulous from beginning to end. Jaguars galore, birds, cayman and adorable capy…

    Alison McClure, California

  • "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. Dan…

    Ed and Pat Nahin, California

  • "Thank you, Dan, Tanya and Fisher for making this glimpse into the nature in the wetlands of the Pantanal possible!"

    Meggi Reader, California

  • "Good! Loved seeing the Snow Monkeys. They were on my "bucket list" and got some wonderful pictures! Great seeing the eagles dive for the fish. Swans were beautiful and glad D…

    Lani Dillon, California

  • "Fantastic!!! Saw and photographed all I hoped for and more...well organized..and very compatible group with which to travel."

    Jesse Salwen, North Carolina

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

    Robert Buchanan, President of Polar Bears International

  • "Wow - what a great adventure! We saw so much - cloud forests, mountains, valleys, coastal regions, more birds than ever imagined, sloths, and every type of monkey. Fun travel companion…

    Rhonda Handley, Ontario

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Recent blog posts
  • Stunning Aurora Video

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    This stunning aurora video is proof positive photographers can no longer dedicate ourselves to just one camera company. This breathtaking video footage was shot with the new Sony A7’s full frame camera by photographer Anders M. It’s proof positive that new technology being developed AND delivered by the so called…

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  • It’s National Wildlife Refuge Week!

    A snow goose and a blue goose have an altercation on the Bosque Del Apache NWR, New Mexico.

    Happy National Wildlife Refuge Week! You didn’t know we are celebrating the Refuge System this week? There probably aren’t a lot of people who had it marked on their calendars. I’d guess there aren’t a lot of folks who are familiar with the Refuge System at all. The U.S. Fish…

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  • Olympus 40-150mm & Lumix 35-100mm Shoot Out

    Olympus 40-150mm & Lumix 35-100mm Shoot Out by the omnipresent boys from Calgary TCSTV. As people get their hands on the new Olympus lens, we’re starting to see more and more comparisons being performed. This one is by the two guys from The Camera Store TV in Calgary, Alberta. They…

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  • Hard Drives and Digital Photography Workflow

    A sample of a Drobo being backed up.

    Hard Drives and Digital Photography Workflow go hand in hand. Over a year ago I became aware of a company called BackBlaze which is a cloud based backup service I’ve been using ever since. The most amazing thing about this company is how inexpensive it is. I’m getting to the Drive…

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  • Question from Michael J. Amphlett

    Michael, the top image has the lens hood attached and is retracted. The bottom image of the lens connected to the camera is missing the lens hood all together. Thanks for your keen observation and for adding your voice to the conversation.

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