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
  • "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

  • "We spent each day out in the park in our own private snow coach with an experienced driver/guide. This was my first experience in deep snow and very cold temperatures, so it wa…

    Gerry Heine, Texas

  • I have for the first time ever seen the picture of the mother polar and her cub huddling over her dead cub. I was never so moved and it will forever remain in my mind...maybe we nee…

    Kathy Winkelman

  • "Thank you so much for hosting the tour. I had great experiences and learned a lot. I don't want to get back to "real life". I have been on lots of group tours, b…

    Lisa Heine, Texas

  • "Just returned from Kenya. Awesome trip with Daniel J Cox, Tanya Smith Cox, Natural Exposures and a bunch of fellow trekkers. Made a bunch of new friends."

    Kenya Explorer

  • "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

  • "Yes, what a super holiday indeed; one never to be forgotten with all the excitments, the hot sun and the river bath on the last stretch before the coach home to the airport, th…

    Roger LIewellyn, England

  • "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

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  • Simon Harrison says:

    Thanks for the quick reply Daniel, most appreciated. Thankfully, I'm in no rush to replace my GX8 - maybe towards the end of this year, but no sooner. However, I'm only a hobbiest, and the price of both the GH5 and EM1 mk II are big, big investments for me…

    1 day ago on Predictive AF Comparison Tests Lumix GH5, G85, Oly EM-1 Mark ll, and Nikon D500 (43 comments)
  • Dean says:

    Panasonic, and we photographers, are fortunate to have your input into making photo gear achieve new levels of performance. There probably isn't a better representative of "photographers" on the planet; thankfully, Lumix recognizes your wisdom and experience. All too often, photo gear is designed and built without meaningful input from…

    2 days ago on Panasonic Lumix Engineers Visit Bozeman (11 comments)
  • Ivan says:

    Glad I bought into this system, the Panasonic G85 is a joy to use and a very well thought out product. Everything about it is just right. Any talks of future lenses? They'll be done with the Panasonic-Leica 2.8-4 zooms soon (hopefully the 50-200 will be released) and it would…

    2 days ago on Panasonic Lumix Engineers Visit Bozeman (11 comments)
  • Simon Harrison says:

    Hi Daniel, Have you any experience of the predictive AF ability of the GH5 using a non DFD profiled lens such as the Oly 40-150mm f2.8 Pro? I'm currently weighing up my options for when the time comes to upgrade my GX8, and the GH5 (I'm a long time Panny…

    2 days ago on Predictive AF Comparison Tests Lumix GH5, G85, Oly EM-1 Mark ll, and Nikon D500 (43 comments)
  • Portrait of Fred Kurtz

    Fred Kurtz says:

    Thank you Dan. Now I understand. I was just not getting it and it was bugging me. I cannot wait to find out what Panasonic is going to do next when you are able to say. I think it is great you have such a great relationship with them.

    3 days ago on Panasonic Lumix Engineers Visit Bozeman (11 comments)
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    Panasonic Lumix Engineers Visit Bozeman. This last week all of us here at Natural Exposures and Polar Bears International were honored to have five wonderful people from Panasonic’s headquarters in Osaka and Lumix Luminary liaison Tom Curley from the US come visit us in Montana. The folks from Japan included…

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  • Saying Goodbye to Writing Free Advice for DPReview

    Saying Goodbye to Writing Free Advice for DPReview Many of you may have come to know me and my Blog by way of my 1212 posts on DPReview, most of them on the Micro Four Thirds forum. I had long been a fan of the DPReview site, I’ve mentioned their…

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  • Panasonic and Leica Share Technology Behind Lenses

    Panasonic Leica Shares Technology Behind Lenses When Panasonic introduced their line of Lumix cameras back in 2001, they began what has turned out to be a very rewarding relationship with the folks at Leica. Cameras have always been as much about lenses as they are about the photographic body those lenses…

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  • Mylio Update Keeps Pushing The Bar Higher

    Mylio Update Last night Mylio once again updated their software with several new features, added support for a handful of new cameras, and squashed a bug or two. One of the new features has finally given me the ability to eliminate Photo Mechanic from my workflow, and any reduction in the number…

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  • Lexar Calls It Quits, No Surprise Here

    Yesterday, Lexar made what some are calling a “bombshell” announcement: they will stop producing Lexar cards and other Lexar memory/storage devices. All I can say is, it doesn’t surprise me. On the company’s official blog, a post was written by Jay Hawkins, VP of Micron. He states, “The company will…

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