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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Recent Testimonials
  • I have for the first time ever seen the picture of the mother polar and her cub huddling over her dead cub. I was never so moved and it will forever remain in my mind...maybe we nee…

    Kathy Winkelman

  • "Our first travel experience with Natural Exposures was exceptional! Accommodations, meals and our traveling companions were first class. Costa Rica is a colorful country and thanks…

    Ralph and Barbara Russo, Pennsylvania

  • "Fantastic!!! Saw and photographed all I hoped for and more...well organized..and very compatible group with which to travel."

    Jesse Salwen, North Carolina

  • " A historic trip - Japan's two worst snow storms in 20 years and we persevered. Great group, great times."

    Claude Lecours, Ontario

  • "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

  • "Natural Exposures Yellowstone Trip in winter is absolutely wonderful. I have been 3 times, every time as special as the next. Well organized, each guest is given special care and Da…

    Alison McClure, California

  • "Absolutely amazing and beyond my expectation in every way possible! Seriously -"

    Debbie Tubridy, Florida

  • "it was SUCH a great trip! Paul thoroughly loved getting to travel with you two and said he really learned so much. He's super excited about photography in a new way. Thanks I always…

    Christine Crosby, Oregon

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  • Harvey says:

    Hello there, I have a GF7 but cannot see any updates available - have none been offered or am I looking in the wrong place?

    8 hours ago on Lumix Diaries How to Update Firmware on Panasonic Lumix Cameras & Lenses (89 comments)
  • Dave Halls says:

    Daniel, thanks so much for your prompt response and advice, much appreciated. I'm going to go ahead and get the G9. My 100-300 lens is the second generation, but I will definitely consider the 50-200mm Leica once funds allow (or rent in the mean time). And I will keep my…

    4 days ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (48 comments)
  • Mike Peet says:

    Thanks Dan for a great review and everyone else's comments. I'm still enjoying my PL 100-400 and must say that it's a pleasure to get out with such lightweight kit. One day I hope to join the 50-200 / 200 club. For now I have accepted that I'm not going…

    5 days ago on Leica Magic With A Lumix Mount: The 200mm and 50-200mm Lenses (18 comments)
  • Dave Halls says:

    Thanks Daniel for such a comprehensive review and all the time you spent on it. I’m currently a GX85 user and primarily use the Leica 12-60mm lens and the Panasonic 100-300 ii lens. I’ve had some reasonably good results with the GX85 but have just got back from a trip…

    5 days ago on Panasonic Lumix G9 47,000 Pictures Over 10 Months (48 comments)
  • Jim heywood says:

    This is great news. I’m so weary of getting “support” from folks who less than me

    1 week ago on Lumix Professional Services Launched (2 comments)
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  • Question from Raymond Stevens

    Raymond, sorry for the delay. Unfortunately, I’ve not had any experience with the GX9. I did have a GX8 for some time and never did really warm up to that camera. I’ve seen the GX9 and it’s a better option to the GX8 but it’s rear button AF is much to…

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  • Question from William Wilmot

    Do I understand correctly that a Share Sheet is the option to “Open With” as we have on the Mac, but is not found on the iPad? If so I’ve not found this issue since I don’t use my iPad for any serious editing. Unfortunately can’t offer any workaround. Sorry,…

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  • Question from Cecil Thornhill

    Cecil, Sorry for the delay. As far as the G9’s AF compared to the Olympus OM-D EM-1. With the newest firmware version for the Lumix G9 the autofocus has been greatly improved. I’ve not shot a great deal of action or Birds in Flight with the Olympus but I have…

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  • Mark Kaprielian Wants to know is Lumix still commited ​to MFT?

    Mark, to be completely honest, which I’m always 100% committed to, I have no idea. All I can go on is the same Press Release info you’ve seen. As much as I would like to be even more involved with Lumix, they definitely don’t have me on the short list…

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  • XQD ARd Queston ​from Ken Longley

    Great to hear Ken. I’m encouraged at the popularity of the G9. Please let others know about how amazing these new MFT tools are. We need to get the word out as far and wide as possible. Regarding the XQD card, I’m not sure what you’re referring to since the…

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