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Ronald Grogan

Ronald Grogan

St Clair, Michigan, USA

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Ron is a photographer who has been shooting off and on for 35 years. He takes pictures of almost anything, but nature seems to be his preferred subject.

Having spent years working with 35mm film and slides, Ron has now converted to digital photography. He is a member of the Blue Water Shutterbugs Camera Club, Studio 1219 Artist's Network

Ron has been published in Moon Michigan by Laura Martone, a photo of "The Blue Water Bridges". Many photos of the blue water area in Discover the Blue Visitors Guide and the Chamber of Commerce Regional Membership Directory. The Michigan Nature Association Sanctuary photo contests, 2011- Third Place in landscapes, "spring Woods" in Jasper Woods and 2012- Judges' Choice Award, "The Stairs" in Alton McGaw.

Photography is not work to Ron; it is a way of challenging himself, to see if he can get that perfect photo. Ron strives to capture a moment or event that can tell a story and perhaps trigger a memory of a special time or place. If he can accomplish these things then all the time and effort that he has put into his photography is justified.

Ron is a photographer who has been shooting off and on for 35 years. He takes pictures of almost anything, but nature seems to be his preferred subject.

Having spent years working with 35mm film and slides, Ron has now converted to digital photography. He is a member of the Blue Water Shutterbugs Camera Club, Studio 1219 Artist's Network

Ron has been published in Moon Michigan by Laura Martone, a photo of "The Blue Water Bridges". Many photos of the blue water area in Discover the Blue Visitors Guide and the Chamber of Commerce Regional Membership Directory. The Michigan Nature Association Sanctuary photo contests, 2011- Third Place in landscapes, "spring Woods" in Jasper Woods and 2012- Judges' Choice Award, "The Stairs" in Alton McGaw.

Photography is not work to Ron; it is a way of challenging himself, to see if he can get that perfect photo. Ron strives to capture a moment or event that can tell a story and perhaps trigger a memory of a special time or place. If he can accomplish these things then all the time and effort that he has put into his photography is justified.