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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Recent Testimonials
  • "This Galapagos trip was the BEST! We had so much fun this year when we took it (2012). Saw lots of wildlife and got FANTASTIC pictures!! The yacht, the food, snorkeling and the Capt…

    Lani Dillon, California

  • "Tanya and Dan’s logistic skills provide a seamless photo tour where one can truly enjoy the experience. With unlimited photographic opportunities Dan’s instruction has taken my…

    Linda Henry, Oregon

  • "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 offered fa…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "Proboscis monkeys leaping from 40-feet high trees executing a belly-flopper in the Sekonyer River. An orangutan swinging gracefully through the trees with its infant tucked under it…

    Rainer and Julie Martens, Florida

  • "Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Reserve is an amazing place where birds, such as the sandhill crane, migrate during the winter. Like clockwork thousands of birds arrive in wave…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "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

  • "Thanks again to you and Tanya for a wonderful experience in Costa Rica. In addition to being a great photo tour, the trip was a fun, relaxing vacation. I enjoyed the other people in…

    Niel Lieurance, Washington

  • "I had SUCH a fantastic time with Dan and Tanya in Costa Rica and the macro opportunities were especially a highlight!! I learned SO much and am super excited to apply what I learned…

    Christine Crosby, Oregon

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  • Denis RT says:

    I hope that micro 4/3 will survive. Sooner or later we may see micro 4/3 sensors to drones too.

    2 days ago on Lumix GH6 8K Powerhouse On The Horizon (9 comments)
  • Jerry Hall says:

    I have a renewed commitment to Lumix and G9. The new one click enhancement feature in Photoshop/ACR improving the image while doubling each side to 4 times file size (80mp equivelent} is fast and very effective. These new fast arriving software improvements make a larger sensor irrelevant to me as…

    3 days ago on Panasonic & Olympus May Finally Start Getting Frisky (6 comments)
  • Barry Lyon says:

    Thanks for this. I agree MF3 will continue to gain popularity as technology improves - misconceptions about it being the major issue. Many so called experts don’t understand that the much smaller pixel size on MF3 sensors allow superb collection of detail.

    2 weeks ago on Lumix GH6 8K Powerhouse On The Horizon (9 comments)
  • David says:

    Nature has her harsh, unforgiving side. A few of my friends would skip this story for that "Disney" ending instead. Thanks for sharing.

    3 weeks ago on The Death of a Single Snow Goose (4 comments)
  • David says:

    Well, I'm glad it'll be around for a little longer. I've always thought Olympus had a good platform. In the digital photography world, it is finding the niche that sets apart brands. When I was looking at upgrade possibilities last summer, I was ready to buy an Olympus Micro 4/3.…

    3 weeks ago on Olympus Camera Now OM Digital Solutions (12 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • The Death of a Single Snow Goose

    Death of a single snow goose

    The Death of a Single Snow Goose was first published on our Natural Exposures Facebook page. I decided to bring it to the blog, since a huge part of this image is the backstory. Unfortunately, Twitter and Instagram don’t allow for the amount of text to tell that story, so…

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  • Aki Murata of OM Digital Solutions (Olympus) Interview

    OM Digital Solutions (Olympus) is off to a great start. In this recent interview by DPReview, Aki Murata talks about the new company being much more nimble. You can read why that’s an advantage in the future for not just still photography but video as well. I’ve been in contact…

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  • Panasonic & Olympus May Finally Start Getting Frisky

    Micro Four Thirds system reborn? After a 13-year marriage, Panasonic and Olympus may finally start getting frisky based on an interview in DPReview. What the heck does that mean? Well, let me explain. Back in 2008 Panasonic and Olympus started a cooperative effort known as the Micro Four Thirds system.…

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    6 Comments

  • Imaging Resource Breaks Down Olympus 150-400mm Zoom

    Olympus 150-400mm

    Dave Etchell from Imaging Resource has always provided great information on the newest photo gear. His latest Blog post titled “A deep look at the tech behind the Olympus 150-400mm super-tele zoom (Engineer interview!)” is just the most recent. For this “deep look” Mr. Etchell interviews OM- Digital Solutions engineers…

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  • Mylio Webinar Announced

    Hey photo enthusiasts. My friends at Mylio are holding a webinar for learning about some of the new tools in their amazing photo program. I use Mylio to manage my 1.2 million image library on 10 different devices including my iPhone that has only 256 gigs of storage. Yes, I…

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