Photo tours, wildlife photography and stock imagery by Daniel J. Cox

Natural Exposures is your connection to the world of photography, nature and conservation, as well as 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 so 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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  • "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 you and…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "Dan and Tanya offer the best photo tour experience in the industry."

    Mark Pemberton, California

  • "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, the Jag…

    Roger LIewellyn, England

  • "A wonderful trip filled with fantastic opportunities to see and photograph the snow monkeys and cranes along with a nice view into the Japanese culture."

    Cathy Pemberton, California

  • "Hi Tanya and Dan: The 2011 Kenya safari was everything we expected and more. The guides were extraordinarily knowledgeable and skilled. We still cannot figure out how Henry found th…

    Doug and Debra Bray, California

  • "Thanks again Tanya and Dan, As always I couldn't have had a better trip. I am already thinking of my return with you in 2016!! Have a wonderful time in Patagonia and thanks again fo…

    Alison McClure, California

  • "This was an amazing tour of Croatia. The Old Town of Dubrovnik is an amazing walled off city. On to Hvar, a very quaint town on the water. Spent some time in Split, then onto the Na…

    Michelle Duggan, Massachusetts

  • "Tanya and Dan, Are an involving and supporting team and I would 100% recommend taking a tour with them."

    Allan Coffey, WA, Australia

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  • Joe Dotson says:

    Dan, I was just checking in on 43rumors.com and saw an interesting video about the new BIF setting from Olympus(or whatever they are called now). Just wondering if you have had a chance to try it out and I am hoping that when you do, we get an update on…

    3 days ago on Photo Tips from the Field: Birds in Flight (5 comments)
  • Colm Ryan says:

    I reckon Panasonic have decided in their heart of hearts that the days of M4/3 are numbered; at most they'll get a couple more years out of it and that will be that. Olympus, ditto; whatever's at the late design phase will get pushed out to market but after that....…

    1 week ago on Lumix S5 Full-frame Camera Released (4 comments)
  • Charles Peterson says:

    How do you think this lens will work on a G9?

    1 week ago on Olympus 150-400mm Release Date Announced (8 comments)
  • Portrait of Linda Henry

    Steve Henry says:

    So, Dan. Yes, it looks like this most likely is a terrific lens. However, given the turbulence from Olympus selling their camera division, I wonder if many will be interested in investing that much in a system that could have a short life expectancy. I'd personally wait until I see…

    1 week ago on Olympus 150-400mm Release Date Announced (8 comments)
  • Rene says:

    Hi Dan, From your pictures, you look like you are strong enough to hold this lens steady as do the chisiled models in the Olympus ads. Even if cost were not a consideration, this lens would be beyond my capabilities to hold as I'm pretty riddled with arthritis in my…

    1 week ago on Olympus 150-400mm Release Date Announced (8 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Olympus 150-400mm Release Date Announced

    Olympus 150-400mm release date announced for late January 2021. Finally the availability of the lens I’ve been dreaming about. A lens that has a similar range to that of a full-frame camera using a 300-1000mm lens. Here’s the Olympus150-400mm official announcement. Changing wildlife photography as we know it This lens…

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  • Camera weather sealing, do we need to worry?

    One of the benefits of the Olympus and Lumix Micro Four Thirds cameras is their superior weather sealing. Most models from these two manufacturers are so good I no longer even think about putting them away in inclement weather. Having such faith shooting in rain or snow for the last…

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  • Lumix S5 Full-frame Camera Released

    My Lumix history Many of you know I’ve been a big fan of Panasonic Lumix cameras for many, many years. At one time I was even one of their ambassadors. However, my affiliation with Panasonic ended about a year and a half ago mainly due to issues with their autofocus…

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  • Photo Tips from the Field: Birds in Flight

    Capturing exquisite photos of birds in flight is a popular discussion across the internet. Many photographers wanting to improve their wildlife photography skills often turn to our avian friends for practice and inspiration. Getting that crystal-clear, fast-moving bird, with details in every feather, is like a gift from the photo…

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  • Did Olympus throw in the towel too early?

    Leaders in the mirrorless world When Olympus announced they were quitting the photography business, many were taken by surprise. Especially me. I had just heard that in Japan,  Olympus and Sony were tied at 39% of the market share in the mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras category. It gave me tremendous hope that…

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