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
  • 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

  • "The Yellowstone Winter Tour was outstanding. We saw so much beautiful landscapes and winter wildlife. I would recommend this trip to everyone. Was very impressed by the efficie…

    Peter Dillon, Western Australia

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

    Bob Ross, California

  • "As always... a roaring TanDan extravaganza. Fun to reunite and unite. Fauna and flora at the very best. A true people trip with accents of delicate orchids, clowning monkeys an…

    Maud and Leon Soriano, Florida

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

    Robert Buchanan, President of Polar Bears International

  • "The food in Italy is my favorite food in the entire world, and Tanya booked some incredible venues to eat. I also loved the coastal areas and the towns we visited as they offer…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "I had a great time with you on the Palouse trip – I was completely blown away by the beauty of the area! Thank you so much for a wonderful experience!"

    Carol Granger, MIssouri

  • "An incredible experience - I personally had 19 separate jaguar sightings in 4 1/2 days - 5 the last afternoon! Am definitely going to come again."

    Jeff Nadler, California

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  • Louis Berk says:

    Once again, Daniel, thank you so much for your geneous time to answer questions from your website visitors - I think I will choose the GH5 as an existing Panasonic body owner for my wildlife endeavours. I must respond to your video about the LX10 with an annecdote. My wife…

    3 hours ago on Leica 100-400mm Comparison Lumix Olympus (43 comments)
  • Louis Berk says:

    Daniel, you do make an extremely good point which for some reason I keep on forgetting. The Lumix 12-35 and Lumix 35-100 are some of the best lenses I have ever owned. In fact, the 12-35 is so sharp when I stop it down that I honestly cannot distinguish it…

    3 hours ago on Could the Nikon Rumors Be True? (21 comments)
  • Alice says:

    And a manual that has font large enough to read would be helpful Printing pages out from the .pdf is easy, but I still can't figure out how to enlarge it so that I can read it easily - taking glasses on and off in the field is not happiness.

    12 hours ago on Panasonic Lumix GX8 Manual to Download (28 comments)
  • Louis Berk says:

    I come back to your blog often because you are a great advocate and practitioner using m43rds and you are clearly an expert. I've been using a Lumix 100-400 for over a year but really feel limited by my GX8 when it comes to wildlife photography. My experience with BIF…

    2 days ago on Leica 100-400mm Comparison Lumix Olympus (43 comments)
  • Louis Berk says:

    Let's hope something can be brokered. Nikon and Canon have both had their heads buried in the sands over mirrorless. If either company produced a mirrorless camera (with the size/weight reductions we expect from Panasonic/Olympus and the like) I would probably sell all my m4rds gear and go with either…

    2 days ago on Could the Nikon Rumors Be True? (21 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Lumix LX10 Takes a Licking Keeps On Clicking!

    For our recent Invitational Photo Tours to Europe, I brought along two of Panasonic’s so-called Point and Shoot cameras, the Lumix ZS100 and the Lumix LX10. I plan to write more about them both in a later post, but I wanted to share one experience that took place a couple of…

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  • Question from Steve Henry

    Great question Steve. It just so happens that I’ve been traveling around Europe the past month–with three weeks left to go–shooting two of the Lumix so-called, Point and Shoots. I say “so-called” since the quality out of these two cameras, the Lumix LX 10 and the Lumix ZS100 is hard to…

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  • Question from Jimmy Hendricks

    Jimmy, Since you asked my opinion I’ll tell you what I think of the 25mm. I’m not a fan. No fault of the quality of that lens, I just don’t see in 50mm format. If I were to purchase an all around great portrait like lens, it would be either…

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  • Nature Photography Day June 15th – Spread The Word

    The North Ameican Nature Photography Association (NANPA) is once again sponsoring their annual Nature Photography Day. It happens June 15th and gives all nature lovers the opportunity to enter their photo contest which has great prizes from some of the industry’s most popular companies. NANPA’s description of the event is below. About…

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  • Could the Nikon Rumors Be True?

    Could the Nikon rumors be true? If so it’s very sad, but one that is making its way around the Internet that suggests the Japanese government is trying to broker a deal between Nikon and Fuji. It first appeared on Fuji Rumors, a sister site to 43Rumors. The story, by Japanese…

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