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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  • "Tanya throws the best "Photo Party" on earth. With Dan's unselfish sharing of his incredible photography expertise and Tanya's skill at organizing and super…

    Dean Swartz, Ohio

  • "Thanks for getting some pictures of us, those are always in short supply when I get back from a trip and my kids aren't really going to believe the stories without a pictu…

    Lynda Sanders, California

  • "I love you and Dan, and love traveling with you. It was such an incredible trip all the way around, just like the last time, but better. I relished in every moment on every gam…

    Jim Carlin, California

  • "I thought our trip to Costa Rica was terrific! The places you selected for us to visit were interesting and photogenic. The local guides were superb—especially Esteban. Tanya…

    Charlotte Kidd, North Carolina

  • "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

  • "Amazing!! :) First class al the way!"

    Michelle Duggan, Massachusetts

  • "Very action-packed and fun-filled."

    Dave Easton, Winnipeg, MB

  • "This was an amazing tour for nature, wildlife and scenery. I got to see Old Faithful and the mud pits. I saw eagles, elk and coyotes. Totally terrific! Another first class trip…

    Michelle Duggan, Massachusetts

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  • Simon Knight says:

    Dear Daniel, Thank you for posting your set up guide for shooting birds in flight and other fast moving subjects. I have started on what feels like a quest in an attempt to learn how my new camera works and also to decide on which splash proof lens I should…

    25 mins ago on Lumix Diaries Birds in Flight Settings for Lumix Cameras (121 comments)
  • Dale S says:

    2 Years?! I don't want to wait that long , I just want Panasonic to announce the GX9 in the next 2 weeks. I love what the GH5 represents but I don't need all the advanced video stuff personally, but I would love all the photocentric features + dual card…

    7 days ago on New Technology To Help Us Take Better Photos (7 comments)
  • Steve Curran says:

    Thanks for the response Dan. Much appreciated. Down here in Australia, I can't get the HD3 filters. Camera stores only seem to stock Hoya HD UV filters. Would you recommend these? Cheers, Steve

    1 week ago on Steve Curran Wonders About UV for Leica 100-400mm lens (2 comments)
  • Barry Graham says:

    Thanks Daniel I think Manyal Mode is the easier and quickest of the 2 options you presented so I will do that and leave BBF on. It would be good to get feedback from LUMIX regarding their thoughts about EL on the shutter button when using BBF - is there…

    1 week ago on Panasonic LUMIX G85 Shooting Experience Huge Bang For The Buck (79 comments)
  • Barry Graham says:

    Hi Daniel, In the situation with the face in front of the window it seems to me that the histogram is just a distraction as I am, in fact, simply exposing the face correctly using the +/- EV simply by looking at the resulting picture through the EVF or LCD…

    1 week ago on Panasonic LUMIX G85 Shooting Experience Huge Bang For The Buck (79 comments)
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    Bill, sorry for the delay on this question. It’s so gratifying to know people are actually paying attention to what I’m often times blubbering about here on the Blog. You are correct that I did promise to publish my thought on using the LX10 and ZS 100 and in fact…

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  • Paul Ross Asks About Locking GX8 Buttons

    Paul, great to hear from you and happy you’ve become a part of the MFT community. Without a doubt, your experience of accidentally hitting the display button on the GX8 is not unique. It’s actually an issue with all Lumix cameras. And yes, the inability to recall ALL the details…

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