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Natural Exposures Invitational Photo Tours is your connection to life-changing experiences through photography, travel, wildlife, nature, and conservation. Traveling with Dan and Tanya is uniquely different. Dan’s forty-plus years as a professional photographer provide learning opportunities few other photo instructors can provide. Tanya’s hospitality and logistic skills were honed under her family’s Tundra Buggy Tours.  Combining their talents under the umbrella of Natural Exposures provides a unique opportunity for you to become a better photographer while enjoying the life-changing experiences travel and photo tours can provide. 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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  • It was alot of fun and a very rewarding "nature" experience. Thanks for another great time!

    Claude Lecours, Ontario

  • "Tanya and Dan, Thank you for everything you've done to create and execute an experience that has never been matched in our 50 years of experience together. You made an excellent cho…

    John and Karen Vournakis, South Carolina

  • "I had a great time with you on the Palouse trip – I was completely blown away by the beauty of the area! Thank you so much for a wonderful experience!"

    Carol Granger, MIssouri

  • "Best travel and photo experience. EVER!"

    Ron Cunniff, Florida

  • "Wonderful as usual, very enjoyable. Love traveling with the two of you even better than other groups I travel with."

    Jim Carlin, California

  • "The Yellowstone Winter Tour was outstanding. We saw so much beautiful landscapes and winter wildlife. I would recommend this trip to everyone."

    Peter Dillon, Australia

  • "Good! Loved seeing the Snow Monkeys. They were on my "bucket list" and got some wonderful pictures! Great seeing the eagles dive for the fish. Swans were beautiful and glad Dan show…

    Lani Dillon, California

  • "We spent each day out in the park in our own private snow coach with an experienced driver/guide. This was my first experience in deep snow and very cold temperatures, so it was a n…

    Gerry Heine, Texas

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  • Portrait of Joel Kleiner

    Joel Kleiner says:

    This is sad, terrible and disgusting. I’ve visited Lake Clark many times. I’ve fished and taken hundreds of photos. At no time did we disturb the bears or any wildlife. What’s being proposed is viable. As long as guides mind the people that come to fish and photograph the wildlife…

    7 days ago on Brown Bear Photography in Peril – Lake Clark National Park’s Coastal Management Plan (1 comment)
  • Will says:

    I really don't know how people can still be so ignorant of how crop factor works. You have to multiply the aperture as well as the shutter speed to get equivalent results, so your conclusions here are an utter fallacy. This lens produces images exactly equivalent to what a 300-800mm…

    1 week ago on Olympus 150-400mm Zoom. Is it worth the price? (10 comments)
  • Luis Mesa says:

    Hi Daniel, It would be very interesting reading your comments on the OM-1 ii once you have had them for a while doing field work. It may change my mind about this new evolutionary camera. In the meantime, have you been able to test the Lumix G9 ii? A couple…

    3 weeks ago on OM System Announces Firmware Update for OM-1 (4 comments)
  • Luis Mesa says:

    Hi Dan, It will be very interesting to read your comments comparing the OM-1 and the OM-1 ii once you have been using your new cameras in the field for a while. Reading the different blogs and comments I’m still not convinced that the improvements are worth switching models, but…

    3 weeks ago on OM System Announces Firmware Update for OM-1 (4 comments)
  • Hiroyuki says:

    I also completely agree with you. When I used film cameras in the past, I used Olympus OM-3/4 and Contax etc. When I became interested in bird and animal photography, my main camera became the Caonn EOS-1. However, the Canon 600mm lens weighs 6kg, making it difficult to use without…

    3 weeks ago on OM-1’s Industry-leading Technology (12 comments)
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