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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    Michelle Duggan, Massachusetts

  • "Best travel and photo experience. EVER!"

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  • "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

  • I wanted to tell you since a very long time, that you are an exquisite, talented photographer. For almost 3 decades, I have been working as a graphic designer, for many environmental…

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  • "It was so nice talking with you this morning. I did not say, what I have been meaning to write, thank you so very much for such a wonderful introduction to Yellowstone National Park…

    Linda and Steve Henry, Oregon

  • "It was one of my best trips. Dan and Tanya did an excellent job — as usual. Our guide was fantastic. The lodging was good. And there were lemurs! So many at one time, so close, so…

    Carol Clark, Washington

  • "Hi Tanya, Thanks for the best trip. Many new experiences and friends and lovely reunions with dear friends. Journey home was straight forward and without issues. Best wishes, Allan"

    Allan Coffey, Western Australia

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  • Bob Hamilton says:

    I have both the LUMIX G9 and the Sony A9 and use the best quality, native lenses available for each system. The sensor sizes, in terms of resolution, are as near as you’ll currently get - 20 megapixels for the LUMIX and 24 for the Sony - but, to my…

    8 hours ago on Micro Four Thirds Gaining Fans (3 comments)
  • Bob Hamilton says:

    Like you and many of your readers, I invested in the G9 and the Leica badged lenses, including the superb 200mm f2.8 and both teleconverters, to pursue my love of wildlife photography, especially involving birds, and to do so with a more easily manageable system in terms of bulk and…

    10 hours ago on Lumix Camera Firmware​ Updates (23 comments)
  • Deborah Albert says:

    I am so trying to like my Panasonic, but just don't think IQ as good as Nikon.

    2 days ago on Micro Four Thirds Gaining Fans (3 comments)
  • Lucas Guitink says:

    A very nice review, and also a joy to watch your work! Thanks, Daniel!

    2 days ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (73 comments)
  • Portrait of Carol Clark

    Carol Clark says:

    Currently (mid August, 2019), the G9 update to 1.3 is not available. Click on the right tab and nothing happens. There's no popup window -- and that's what's needed to get the update.

    3 days ago on Lumix Diaries How to Update Firmware on Panasonic Lumix Cameras & Lenses (93 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Micro Four Thirds Gaining Fans

    I’ve been singing the praises Micro Four Thirds cameras since 2010. I’ve been shooting the LUMIX brand full time since about 2015. But getting other professionals to see the benefits of the Micro Four Thirds system has been a daunting task. That seems to be changing. Marc Newton from The…

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  • Lumix Camera Firmware​ Updates

    Panasonic just released new firmware updates to several of their cameras. Those cameras are the Lumix GH5s-GH5-G9-G90-G80-GX9. Unfortunately, the main reason for this update seems to be mostly for making these cameras work seamlessly with the new Leica 10-25mm F/1.7 zoom. That’s a good thing but I was hoping for…

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  • Mining in Two of the World’s Most Precious Wilderness ​Areas

    Two of the world’s most precious wilerness ​areas are at risk. Some of the most precious resources we still have left in the United States are the wilderness areas of Alaska and Minnesota. In Alaska, it’s the Bristol Bay watershed. In Minnesota, where I grew up, it’s the Boundary Waters…

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  • Harness Your Passion to Help Others

    I recently had to pull out all the stops to help some friends of mine with a big mission. This all falls under the heading of harnessing your passion to help others. The Owl Research Institute (ORI) was in need of a promotional video to help them raise money for…

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  • Photogs, Artists & All Creatives – Support the Case Act

    A bit of history Copyright protection for your artwork is so important. It’s difficult enough making a living with photography or any creative endeavor without having to deal with people stealing your work. However, in today’s world, that’s what all creatives are faced with. I’ve always said that if I could…

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