for David Ruether Photography and Video
I began with art photography (with teaching, museum and
gallery showing, that sort of thing) - and more recently, I've
been doing digital photography (1) - and (2) - and video...
|Well, we all gotta eat, an'
event, architectural, and wedding
photography - and also stock
and group photography and
art photography prints is how I managed to do it...
various ARTICLES on
Lens Evaluations (Mostly Nikkors), and articles on video,
camcorders, seeing, perspective types, etc. are here...
sometimes I just take photographs
of people, places,
bugs, animals, whatever...
|Um..., 3-D photos, video
frame grabs, photos from old shows,
weird stuff, etc. just may appear here...
|Heck, it ain't all photography
MIDI and MP3 "music", an' more...
|||--/\ Items For Sale...
(Updated 7/1/14, with many prices lowered)
|||--/\ Photos Taken With Panasonic MFT Cameras & LX7
(Recent photos here - page may be slow-loading - last revised 9/10/14)
|||--/\ Reviews Of Lenses For Panasonic MFT Cameras (Updated!)
(With many photo examples - last revised 9/10/14)
|||--/\ Many Useful Nikon-Related URLs
(With many other useful URLs here)
|||--/\ Review of the Panasonic DMC-LX7
(With image samples here)
|||--/\ Comparing Five Camcorder Microphones
(With sound samples on YouTube)
|||--/\ Basic Editing Of Video With Sony Vegas Programs
(A Basic Vegas "How To" guide for editing HD and SD digital video)
|||--/\ Six HD And Six SD Streaming Videos I've Produced
(Available for viewing in different sizes)
|||--/\ Some Frames-Grabs From Seven HD Videos I've Produced
(Includes twelve YouTube streaming videos)
|||--/\ Many Photos From A Trip In The South-Western US
(Photos taken in many National Parks) (Recently Added)
|||--/\ An "Interesting" Restaurant Menu...
(Good for a few laughs -- I hope...! 8^)
With Thanks To:
Bob Neuman, Don Ferrario, Phil Wilson, and Michael Wellen
For Their Invaluable Assistance In Producing These Pages
Page Design By:
TONGUE-IN-CHEEK PRODUCTIONS ;^)
"If you can't laugh at yourself,
who CAN you
"It's never too late to have a happy childhood" (Robert Duncan)
Everything on this site
copyright 1996 through 2014 David Ruether
(last modified 9/10/14)