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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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  • Portrait of Jane Scott Norris

    Jane says:

    What a terrific article, Dan. As always you bring us lots of information, information I can trust. While I am sticking with Panasonic, not considering Olympus, I am nevertheless pleased to hear you consider the GH-5 to be a great performer. We have bought the GH-5 and really like it.…

    1 day ago on Predictive AF Comparison Tests Lumix GH5, G85, Oly EM-1 Mark ll, and Nikon D500 (19 comments)
  • Dennis Linden says:

    Well, my 2 bits here is that I have a series of 9x15 inch prints hanging in my offices. They are all made using proper inkjet printing technique, Epson hi-res on Luster paper. I have used a D800, a Sigma dp2, a D7200, and a Gx85. Regardless on my self…

    3 days ago on The Lumix Diaries: Printing Large Photos (37 comments)
  • John Packard says:

    Hi Daniel- Thanks for your response. Here is a link to the FB conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pansonicgh5/?multi_permalinks=1711032072529827&comment_id=1711438515822516&notif_t=like&notif_id=1495058875109801 The fellow making the claims in my previous post is "Soufou Lee". The post was made by "Ross Grieve". Would love your input on this one.

    4 days ago on The Lumix Diaries: Printing Large Photos (37 comments)
  • Nerrida says:

    I purchased a GX8 in Europe (just today!) and was sad to discover the camera comes with only German, French, Italian and Dutch language manuals. No English. Thanks for posting the English version, Daniel! I'm also glad to have discovered your blog. :)

    4 days ago on Panasonic Lumix GX8 Manual to Download (26 comments)
  • John Packard says:

    I am commenting in the GH5 Facebook page with someone who is claiming a 12X9 print from the GH5 is inferior to a 12X9 print from a 36MP camera. He is also implying a 60-inch print will not be good. Have you tried this comparison with the GH5 yet? Thanks.

    5 days ago on The Lumix Diaries: Printing Large Photos (37 comments)
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