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
  • "Tish and I thank you profusely for helping make our trip to Kenya an amazing experience. The logistics, accommodations, guides, wildlife viewing opportunities, cultural immersion, p…

    Mike and Tish Cromwell, Maryland

  • "Tanya throws the best "Photo Party" on earth. With Dan's unselfish sharing of his incredible photography expertise and Tanya's skill at organizing and supervising logistics, this is…

    Dean Swartz, Ohio

  • "The Kenya expedition was magical and this is the first time I have ever used that word to describe a photo trip. Amazing, incredible and fantastic just were not good enough words. T…

    Fred Kurtz, Indiana

  • "Hi Tanya and Dan, Thank you very much for the goodies. Thank you also for such a great trip. I used to say that my best trip was Antarctica, but the Galapagos has it beat. I shared…

    Jim and Mimi Heywood, Virginia

  • I hope you and Tanya have a wonderful time out on the River. I had the best time on our trip; didn't think I could top the polar bears in the Arctic Ocean, but the Pantanal was waaa…

    Dean Swartz, Ohio

  • "What a trip. It was grand in every respect. The planning, sites, hotels, meals all were outstanding. Esteban added to our understanding of the country. Your leadership was truly the…

    Peter Hellman, Ohio

  • "The most diverse trip I have ever taken. From deserts to rivers, we saw it all."

    Pam Cote, Kansas

  • "Excellent! Thanks - I learned a lot about Cuban culture and about photography. Great trip!"

    John Lindow, California

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  • Matthew Braatz says:

    I have a Panasonic Lumix FZ 80 4K long zoom. I attempted to shoot pics of the Neowise comet but got nothing. I changed iso, shutter speed and the f factor. All to get nothing. Shot wouldn't happen at all. Any advice on how to get night pics or is…

    3 weeks ago on Lumix Diaries: Night Skies with MFT Cameras (18 comments)
  • Daniel M Cox says:

    Hi, Daniel. Thank you for your article. I just purchased an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III, as well as several lenses and associated accessories. I liked the idea that the camera and lenses are smaller and lighter. I've been a fan of Olympus for years, having owned an OM 10…

    4 weeks ago on The Telephoto Power of Micro Four Thirds (23 comments)
  • Mike Abbott says:

    Yes it’s all horses for courses really. I switched to MFT years ago for that very reason. I only really do nature photography, and a bit of travel. So it’s ideal. Long reach for telephotos, and small and light. I never print anything bigger than A4, and have never had…

    4 weeks ago on The Telephoto Power of Micro Four Thirds (23 comments)
  • Mohammed Alfailakawi says:

    Finally, someone said what others should understand.

    4 weeks ago on The Telephoto Power of Micro Four Thirds (23 comments)
  • MartinB says:

    According to Oly the subject tracking mode birds is in the works for the E-M1X. There are more things to come - in winter time. It would be good start for JIP. But we have to wait till Q1 2021 if their promises will come true.

    1 month ago on Olympus Weather Sealing is Hard to Believe (11 comments)
Recent blog posts
  • Mylio for Beginners & Advanced Users on Medium Online

    Many of you know I’m a big fan of the photo program Mylio. In these days and early mornings (it’s currently 2:00am) of finding things to do, as we’re locked down here in Montana, I stumbled across an interesting website called Medium. Medium is a subject all on its own.…

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  • Olympus Weather Sealing is Hard to Believe

    Olympus weather sealing

    Behind the Scenes of Olympus Weather Sealing Olympus weather sealing is hard to believe, as you can see below in a video and blog post by Dave Etchells of Imaging Resource. The more I use the Olympus E-M1X, the more impressed I am with the Olympus commitment to hardcore professional…

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  • Lumix Professional Services Offer Great Support

    Lumix Professional Services Awhile back I shared a post about the relatively new program the folks at Panasonic implemented known as Lumix Professional Services. That was about one year ago and over the last twelve months, I’ve experienced exactly what Lumix Professional Services means. Lumix Professional Services offer great support. And…

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  • 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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