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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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  • "What a wonderful place. The Pantanal is spectacular and you guys (including Kike, who is a treasure!) took care of every detail. I hope to travel with you again soon."

    Freddy Gamble, New York

  • "If you ever want to travel to another country and you want to go first class, travel with Natural Exposures. They are number one in showing their guests the best time ever in the class…

    Michelle Duggan, Massachusetts

  • "Terrific. Things that impressed me - detailed clothing list, Dan calling two months ahead to check in, efficiency to be personal, and enjoyed how the group coalesced."

    Grace Wright, Pennsylvania

  • "Hats off to Daniel and Tanya for all the hard work and dedication it takes to put on such wonderful trips. You guys are the greatest."

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "It’s February 9th and I can’t believe that Cathy and I have been home for two weeks already. Our experiences in Africa are so fresh it seems as though we were just there. I’ve en…

    Cathy and Mark Pemberton, California

  • "Dan and Tanya are the nicest people you can travel with."

    Bob Ross, California

  • "Totally joyful trip to see the animals, scenery, people and culture - and I'm not even a photographer! Yet I was engrossed with it all - thank you so much."

    Peggy Kapner, Arizona

  • "The Yellowstone trip was exceptional. Your careful attention to detail was a big reason. Thank you for the wine and all the other "in room" surprises and treats. Thank you fo…

    Art Simmons, Texas

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Recent blog posts
  • Do You Know the Health of Your Hard Drives?

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    Do You Know the Health of Your Hard Drives? Awhile back I shared some very interesting information regarding a backup service we use called Backblaze. Backblaze is an automated way to back up my many terabytes of external hard drives. The service is worth noting again by itself, but they…

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  • Mylio CEO David Vaskevitch Guest Post

    David Vaskevitch Mylio’s lead photographer and driving force. Oh did I mention CEO?

    Mylio CEO David Vaskevitch Guest Post. Many of you know that I’m very excited about a new software program I’m using called Mylio. There has been some confusion about exactly what Mylio is, how it works, and why you might want to use it.  It does work with the cloud, but…

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  • NE Explorer Michael Cromwell’s Photo on Orvis

    Michael Cromwell Orvis Image

    Congratulations to NE Explorer Mike Cromwell whose photo has recently been published on the Orvis website! The photo appears alongside an article discussing the importance of saving the oyster reefs of Chesapeake Bay. Mike grew up and still resides near Chesapeake Bay and took this particular photo in 2012. To see the full…

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  • Mylio May Just Be the Next Big DAM Thing

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    Mylio May Just be the Next Big DAM Thing. A few months ago I introduced the readers of this blog to a new piece of software called Mylio by way of my friend Kevin Gilbert’s guest appearance on TheGrid. When I first heard of Mylio, my gut reaction was hmmm…that’s kind of a…

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  • The Lumix Diaries Costa Rica Macro Shoot

    Red-Eyed tree frog. Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. Lumix GH4, 45mm Macro, FL360 in wireless mode.

    Have spent the last two nights shooting macro photography here in Costa Rica. This is my first year shooting nothing but the Lumix system and what a joy it is to carry such a lightweight and easy-to-use macro system. Gone is the difficulty of having to get on my belly…

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