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bio website sequoiagrove.dk
location Denmark
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I work with R&D in computer vision and am an amateur photographer. I developed my own image viewer and editor, too, because I am tired of moving images around in different software and it gives me a common platform for including my own algorithms and formats used in my research.

http://500px.com/sequoiagrovevisions

My gear:

  • List item
  • Canon 40D with battery grip
  • Speedlite 430ex
  • Canon 28mm 1.8 USM, Pentax SMC M 50mm 1.4, Canon 85mm 1.8, Carl Zeiss jena 135mm 3.5, Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 EX OS HSM, Sigma 10-20 HSM, Helios 44-2 58mm F2
  • Image View Plus More (sorting, viewing, slideshows, raw developing, adjustments, retouching, all-in-one)
  • Photoshop Elements
  • Upgrade wish list: 14mm F2.8, 35mm 1.4L, Canon 400 F4, Jupiter9 85mm F2 or Samyang 85mm 1.4, Canon 70-200 F/x L. Canon 60mm Macro

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comment Is there a self-timer mode on the GoPro Hero 3+?
"selfie" group shot with monopod sound like quite a feat. but since you later talk about scuba diving I guess you'll be holding it at the other end of the pod.
1d
comment How can I start a career in developing software for High end DSLRs?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about careers and programming
Apr
11
comment Lightroom vs. Elements vs. Photoshop: Side-by-side comparison?
needs updating to the current lightroom. e.g. ICM and softproofing. Photoshop is becomes more and more for only the most advanced editors.
Apr
9
comment What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky?
hmm, a filter has distance to the lens glass and thus tend to be a flare with distance to the light source, not like here, extending from the light. thats more typical from grease.
Apr
2
comment What is Snapsort's true resolution?
luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/resolution.shtml
Mar
24
comment Beginner photography - Low end DSLR vs mid/high end Point and Shoot/POS?
zoom factors are relative, not absolute. you can have a 16x zoom 18-300mm, and a 1x zoom 800mm that "zooms in" a lot more, in layman terms. and generally speaking, the less "zoom factor" the better quality.
Mar
17
comment Photo stretched at corners?
Stan's test really works ! never thoguht of that. brilliant. Stick your head 5cm from the screen if you can focus that close. than they look just fine . lol
Mar
10
comment Camera System for an enthusiast
however, it will make him very happy.
Mar
9
comment Camera System for an enthusiast
canon 7d + canon 50mm F1.4 + canon 17-55mm F2.8 + Canon 70-200mm F4 should satisfy your needs.
Feb
27
comment Why do breathtaking views turn into “boring” photos, and how can I do better?
it looks weird.
Feb
25
comment Why are digital cameras said to suffer more from chromatic aberration than film cameras?
maybe because film camera photos were mostly viewed at 15x10cm light reflecting prints in cosy light, where the viewer had the big picture in mind, while virtually all digital photos are anally inspected closely for errors at 100% "crop" on 15-25inch light emitting monitors or 30-50 inch TVs?
Feb
19
comment Why are medium format cameras considered superior?
photo.stackexchange.com/questions/47889/…
Feb
19
comment Why are medium format cameras considered superior?
here a fullframe is shown next to smaller medium frames. luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/…
Feb
18
comment Is there a need for Camera RAW in photoshop if you have Lightroom?
I always thought bridge as useless.
Feb
18
comment Unable to get sharp landscape picture
if you cant see the improvement in usage and settings, how can you ever learn? any neural network need feedback to get trained.
Feb
18
comment How to set tint if one is colour blind?
the first one [left] that ppl call green was my first choice. then people teased me that the tiger had a green coat. So I set the WB to cloudy for the [right] image and that made people happy. Choosing cloudy preset changed colour temp slightly and also tint.
Feb
17
comment Do cine lenses have any significant advantages for still photography?
lots of quality lenses dont.
Feb
17
comment Do cine lenses have any significant advantages for still photography?
photo.net/equipment/sony/135STF
Feb
17
comment How can I easily tell if a cellphone camera sensor or lens is damaged?
does it have moving parts or focus to infinity?
Feb
17
comment Why is my P&S camera producing photos with a wrong exposure and a screen-like striping?
what's wrong? it is pretty cool!