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Dianna Bartosh

Born and reared in De Witt County, Dianna Spinks Bartosh has loved photography since childhood and is a charter member of the DeWitt County Shutterbugs. She began shooting with a small Brownie camera that did not have a flash and during high school graduated to an “instamatic” that had a flashcube for illumination. After she attended college and worked for a while, she purchased her first SLR, a Mamyia Sekor in the early 1970’s, and began studying the elements of photography from books, classes, and from other photographers. After the turn of the twenty first century, she discovered digital photography, which made the applied science of photography into a creative art as well. Bartosh enjoys photographing many subjects, but her favorites include historical subjects of any kind, cultural and folk events, and macro photography for nature (especially wildflowers). Since retirement from the field of education, she has tried to combine her other hobbies and photography so that they compliment the other. She believes, like Georgia O’Keefe, that if a subject is viewed up close, its beauty is more evident, so make it big.

Debbie Granberry

Debbie Granberry is a former elementary schoolteacher who retired to Cuero with her husband in 2011. Her interest in photography dates back to the days of instamatics and magicubes. “Having grown up in the Iowa and Illinois, I enjoy the beauty of winter weather and especially enjoy photographing scenes of my native state of Iowa.”

Glenn Robertson

Fain Zimmerman

My main interests in photography are birds and wildlife. Roger & I like to travel to different areas to seed any new wildlife that we might have missed before, but we also just enjoy trying to take better photos of those we’ve already seen. It’s a great excuse to be out enjoying nature! We’ve very fortunate to live in an area with so many species of birds within easy driving distance as well! We have traveled to Africa several times, and this is my very most favorite place to be!