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December 2, 2019
7:00-9:00PM

Presentation with Travel Photographer Susan Onysko

https://www.susanonyskophoto.com/

Susan Onysko is a travel photographer who has devoted the last decade to the art of capturing evocative stories from some of the most remote and extreme locations of our world. In places like Bhutan, Mongolia, New Zealand, Morocco, Patagonia, Death Valley, Alaska, Cuba, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Antarctica, Tibet, Scotland, The Galapagos, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Turkey, Susan has an eye for unexpected images that evoke that locale’s purest essence. Because she quietly positions herself to convey a relatable moment that unites us in our similarities, her well-rounded, professional work has garnered numerous awards and exhibits and has been featured in Popular Photography Magazine and Photo District News.

To Susan, people are the best representatives of a location; and their exotic, rugged, or smiling faces are the first to flash through the memories of her trips. Catching people in an unguarded state requires patience—something she has acquired an abundance of as a mother of four. To enable the most genuine connections, Susan often takes in her subjects from a distance with a long lens. In locales where there are few people to photograph, she has reflected seemingly human emotions in wildlife, such as love, bliss, and playfulness.

 

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2019-12-02 19:00:00 2019-12-02 21:00:00 America/Detroit Presentation with Travel Photographer Susan Onysko https://www.susanonyskophoto.com/ Susan Onysko is a travel photographer who has devoted the last decade to the art of capturing evocative stories from some of the most remote and extreme locations of our world. In places like Bhutan, Mongolia, New Zealand, Morocco, Patagonia, Death Valley, Alaska, Cuba, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Antarctica, Tibet, Scotland, The Galapagos, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Turkey, Susan has an eye for unexpected images that evoke that locale’s purest essence. Because she quietly positions herself to convey a relatable moment that unites us in our similarities, her well-rounded, professional work has garnered numerous awards and exhibits and has been featured in Popular Photography Magazine and Photo District News. To Susan, people are the best representatives of a location; and their exotic, rugged, or smiling faces are the first to flash through the memories of her trips. Catching people in an unguarded state requires patience—something she has acquired an abundance of as a mother of four. To enable the most genuine connections, Susan often takes in her subjects from a distance with a long lens. In locales where there are few people to photograph, she has reflected seemingly human emotions in wildlife, such as love, bliss, and playfulness.   ----