December 2018 Meeting
Steven Huyser-Honig’s Michigan: My Top 20
December 19, 2018 at 07:15 PM
Steven Huyser-Honig makes his living as a landscape and nature photographer specializing in the natural beauty of Michigan. For this presentation Steve will share a selection of his most popular images. Steve will touch on a broad range of topics from image capture and raw image processing to what makes an image a commercial success.
Please be aware that there will be a $5 per person charge for guests and non-members to attend this meeting. As always, GRCC members attend free.
Steven Huyser-Honig Biography
Ever since Steven Huyser-Honig first vacationed along the Lake Michigan shore as a small boy, he’s been captivated by the beauty of Michigan. As his family drove from their home near Chicago, he would eagerly anticipate the first sign of dunes along the highway that heralded their arrival in this summer paradise.
Steven’s love of Michigan led him to choose a lakeshore community to attend college, and he has lived in this adopted home ever since.
As a self-taught photographer, Huyser-Honig has been extremely fortunate to be able to turn his passion into profession. It began when his wife, Joan, a writer, needed illustrations to accompany her freelance articles. Soon they were collaborating as travel journalists. They loved the challenge of communicating a place’s singular beauty and people in photographs and words.
When family life dictated they spend their time closer to home, they focused on telling the stories of nonprofit organizations. Their lives have been greatly enriched by close association with many people doing so much good.
In recent years Steven has been able to travel and photograph extensively throughout the State of Michigan. Through his images he hopes to share the beauty he has encountered along the way--and his desire to preserve it for future generations.
- Meeting begins at 7:15 PM, introduction of visitors, new members, and announcements
- Social break & 50/50 Raffle
- Monthly Competition
- End of meeting and cleanup