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Optical engineer. Industrial Sector: Optics development for safety systems.

2010 Graduated (physics, german Diploma) at Stuttgart, Germany. J. Wrachtrup and F. Jelezko. 3rd physics institute and research center SCOPE.


Feb
7
comment How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
+1 This should work for scattering defects on the mirror. Dust, digs and lack mirror film should be brighter in the camera.
Feb
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Feb
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
Feb
6
revised How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
compact camera
Feb
5
revised Why are my RAW format photos pink?
corrected spelling
Feb
5
suggested suggested edit on Why are my RAW format photos pink?
Feb
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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accepted How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
Feb
5
comment How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
The mark on the spot of the mirror is a very nice idea! I should be able to focus (half pressed button) on a post-it near the defect on the mirror.
Feb
5
asked How to take a photo of defects on a mirror?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Teacher
Jul
18
revised What is the relationship between size of object with distance?
small angle approximation
Jul
18
revised Finding the distance of object from camera to the point of autofocus
spelling corrected
Jul
18
suggested suggested edit on Finding the distance of object from camera to the point of autofocus
Jul
18
revised Why are lenses always round in shape?
rephrased paragraph: Several theories -> simplest explanation
Jul
17
answered What is the relationship between size of object with distance?
Jul
17
suggested suggested edit on Why are lenses always round in shape?
Jul
17
comment Why are lenses always round in shape?
@jwg The diffuse reflection (e.g. lambertian) is correct. Also the conclusion to illuminate all pixels on the detector is right. However PhysicsSE emphasis there is no connection of QED to lens design. I removed QED from the last paragraph.