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Freelance developer for the last six years, I'm specializing myself in quality and productivity for the last two years. I spent the last year working in a Dilbertesque company, watching people doing everything they can to make projects fail.

For a long time, I worked with Microsoft technologies, but recently started to build Linux-based DevOps infrastructure—an excellent way to learn lots of new things.

I'm mostly active on Programmers.SE, but try to participate on other sites as well.

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Feel free to contact me by email at arseni.mourzenko@gmail.com.


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@Nir: for videos, a fixed ND filter is rather problematic. Not only is it less flexible, but it also prevents filming anything where light intensity vary (for example filming a person walking from a shadow to the sunny street).
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comment Should I expect better results from more expensive variable ND filters?
@FakeName: the tripod I use is not the best one, but this was not the issue here: the top part of the tripod was collapsed, shutter was activated by a timer and I've done similar tests of the same scene at night with a shutter speed of 5 s. with no noticeable motion blur.
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