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Ron Rovtar has spent much of his life looking through the camera's viewfinder. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati in 1972 with a degree in philosophy, Rovtar became a journalist for 10 years working at several Ohio daily newspapers as a writer, photographer and editor. Rovtar became a full-time freelance location photographer in 1982, shooting commercial and editorial assignments in Columbus, Ohio. He turned his attention to stock photography in 1990 when he signed a contract with FPG International. His work has appeared in ads for Microsoft, IBM, NEC, Huntington Banks, Wendy's International and Toledo Scale. His images have also been used by Time Magazine, Child Magazine, Kipplinger Books, Scholastic Publications and many others.

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