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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  • "Our "Winter in Yellowstone" trip was just terrific, great weather, great traveling companions, great attention to everyone's wishes and expectations. Dan's…

    Buff Corsi, California

  • "First, I want to repeat again how special the Yellowstone trip was. It was a picture perfect trip (pun intended) and in my mind will be a trip of a lifetime. A big thanks to yo…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "I spent many hours on site looking at pictures, and I was surprised by the naturalness and professionalism are pictures made . We should love nature and the beauty that she off…

    Alexandru Web,

  • "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 experience. Jagaurs were promised and delivered!"

    Jane Norris, Virginia

  • "An awesome adventure taking us back in time at Snow Monkey Park and Inn."

    Marty Salwen, North Carolina

  • "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

  • "Excellent trip - better than I expected. Went to Cuba for the architecture, cars, and music but found that the people and their attitude toward life is the real treasure. Fell…

    Ray Hirsch, Arizona

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  • Gina Sinotte says:

    We need to stop the average person from ripping off professional artists. There needs to be a modernized way of tracking the metadata and copyrighted info within the content. Lets protect our copyrighted content!

    12 hours ago on Protect Your Photography, Art, and Intellectual Property Copyright (4 comments)
  • Randy Urry says:

    Hi Dan, I also read your article in Outdoor Photographer. I have been playing around with the idea of a back up system to my full frame Nikon gear. I've been a Nikon shooter for 24 years, but at almost 64 years old, it's getting cumbersome to carry, especially for…

    3 days ago on Outdoor Photographer Highlights Dan’s Work With Lumix Cameras (10 comments)
  • Rich Ball says:

    I might add a few thoughts to Dan's comments. If you are using the 105mm macro for close up work the near equivalent would be the Leica/Lumix 45mm f2.8 macro. A very sharp lens. the 60mm Olympus macro and 30mm macro Panasonic lenses are also very nice macro lenses. Although…

    3 days ago on Kathy Cavallararo Wants to Know About Moving From Nikon D700 to MFT (5 comments)
  • Seree says:

    Hi Dean, Thanks for your promptly response. :) I agreed that now is the compromise game and I'm very satisfied with my Olympus gears. Just to confirm a little bit about the C-AF capability of GX8, does it perform better than E-M1 v4? If it does, I will buy GX8…

    3 days ago on Can Lumix Shoot Sports and Wildlife? (6 comments)
  • Dean says:

    Please let me inject another view. Dan, understandably, loves his Lumix bodies and lenses. However, my experience with Olympus bodies and lenses has been terrific. All my Nikon gear (D800E, D810, D3S, D4, 500mm f4 VRII, 200-400mm VR, 300mm 2.8 VRII, 70-200mm 2.8 VRII, 24-70mm, and 14-24mm f28) was sold…

    4 days ago on Kathy Cavallararo Wants to Know About Moving From Nikon D700 to MFT (5 comments)
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