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

    Allan Coffey, WA, Australia

  • "Anyone who joins you on the Mala Mala - Londolozi photo safari is in for a treat. What an incredible itinerary. Doug and I spent our first safari at Mala Mala and saw our first leop…

    Jan Baldwin

  • "Our trip to Costa Rica with Dan and Tanya couldn’t have gone smoother. Dan’s timely photography advice was a perfect addition to the great wildlife, accommodations, and food. D…

    Steve Webster, Massachusetts

  • "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

  • "Hope they all have as much fun and good luck as I did. Thank you again for a great trip. The guys at my camera store thought the sunset with stork was a purchased postcard! Gosh, I…

    Bonnie Wilsey, Wisconsin

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

    Marty Salwen, North Carolina

  • "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

  • "What a trip
    What a group
    What a fabulous everything
    To our next encounters with nature"

    Maud and Leon Soriano, Florida

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Blog Discussions Happening Right Now
  • Sandy says:

    Daniel, Would like some clarification/help please. ....I've recently purchased a Pana G9 switching from Olympus and I have an Oly 40 -150 Pro Lens which I am using until such time as I can purchase Leica Lenses, you mentioned in a post here on the 10th April 2019 that you…

    2 days ago on Lumix GH5-GH5S-G9 Autofocus Guidebook (20 comments)
  • Robert E Strickland says:

    well, after reading this blog I am at a loss, everything I have read and watched pointed to the G9 but now I am not so sure. I have not purchased yet buy was getting close. However Sony price is out of the budget, I used canon for years when…

    5 days ago on Predictive AF to Excite & Inspire (42 comments)
  • Robert E Strickland says:

    I am starting my purchases of the Lumix G9, a Lumix 150-400 lens and a 1.4X. my question is the Panasonic Lumix S 1.4x Teleconverter is this one for operation with the leica lens. May seem as funy question but I am just getting involved with Lumix after 40 years…

    1 week ago on Merry Christmas to All With Some Lumix News (28 comments)
  • Robert Strickland says:

    Awesome review, I was a long time user of Canon Products, however as age can up I sold all canon equipment and went to the Nikon Coolpix P1000. It is Ok but the image quality is not what I want. some photos are ok and are passible but not sharp…

    1 week ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (99 comments)
  • William Bibb says:

    I have a G9 and the Panasonic-Leica 100-400mm. Birds in flight are the camera's greatest limitation, in my opinion. I will have to purchase another camera system with better autofocus. I will keep the G9 for certain other uses. A full-frame sensor camera system has other advantages. Olympus may have…

    2 weeks ago on Olympus Releases New Lens Roadmap (8 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Photo Tips from the Field: Camera Packs & Roller Cases

    Years of Carrying Too Much Gear The life of a traveling photographer is unique to say the least. I’ve been doing just that, full-time, since 1981. And though there’s nothing else in life I would rather do, like anything, it has its pros and cons. Schlepping lots of heavy gear…

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  • Question from Kent Jakusz

    Kent, unfortunately, I don’t shoot enough video to be able to offer any quality advice. I’m going to copy a friend of mine who is very knowledgeable about the Lumix system with his mainstay being video.

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  • Question from Trefor Knight

    Yep, thread seal fixed for me. Sorry to hear it’s still happening however. What year did you get your converter?

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  • Comparing Sony, Olympus, Lumix Telephoto Sharpness

    Editorial Note: I’ve amended this blog post due to an overriding interest in the fact I’m no longer a Lumix Ambassador. In all fairness to the folks at Panasonic, I’m still a very big fan of their equipment and the Ambassador news was taking away from the real reason for…

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  • Mylio Power for All, Just $99.00/Year

    Mylio power for all is now available for just $99.00/year. The folks over at Mylio have updated their pricing plans and decided on just two. FREE and $99.00 per year. That’s a huge drop. The plan I’m currently using was originally $29.99/month. That’s now down to $8.33/month. It’s going to…

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