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seen Mar 22 at 14:51

I've got a MSc in Electrical Engineering, a PDEng from TU/e Eindhoven and I'm "currently looking around for work opportunities" (read: unemployed).

I love basketball, bikes, outdoor life, travelling, photography, and - last but not least - books.

Community moderator on Electrical Engineering since August 2012.

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Feb
15
comment What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
May not be relevant, but which aperture setting did you use?
Feb
15
comment What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
@OlinLathrop well I didn't imply it was the image of the lens cap, my procedure was aimed to detect anomalies in the sensor. Would I try to examine the footprint of the lens cap, I would definitely need a darker place to prevent leaks.
Feb
14
answered What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
Jan
12
comment How can I achieve this “golden” effect?
Maybe it's good to mention that you reversed the effect with the shift towards blue and magenta, and thus to reproduce it you have to do the opposite.
Jan
11
revised How can I achieve this “golden” effect?
added 488 characters in body
Jan
11
answered How can I achieve this “golden” effect?
Jan
7
awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
awarded  Enthusiast
Dec
9
comment Confused between 2 “pro” point & shoot cameras
Well as a start, the Sony's sensor is almost four times bigger. It makes the difference in night photography.
Dec
9
revised Nikkor f/1.8G 35mm or 50mm?
Some edits, but mostly to fix the 55mm mistake in the body
Dec
9
suggested approved edit on Nikkor f/1.8G 35mm or 50mm?
Dec
8
comment What can cause blurry and out of focus images on a Nikon D5300 in no flash mode?
What is usually done with DX bodies is to correct also the shutter speed by the crop factor, 1.5; actually, given the higher resolution of digital cameras, a factor of 2 is also indicated. So for a 50 mm lens 1/100 would be safer in many cases.
Dec
7
answered D90 and lenses upgrade
Dec
4
revised How to capture details of the moon?
Corrected meaning of shutter speed indication
Dec
4
suggested approved edit on How to capture details of the moon?
Nov
30
comment Create a huge collage of photos
@BartScheffer with Gimp it's not going to be much different, simply you're talking about Gpixels, which are going to stress any computer that you plan to use. What is the size of this background?
Nov
30
answered Create a huge collage of photos
Nov
28
answered How to shoot light trail photos with iPhone?
Nov
27
comment Why professional photographers use DSLR?
Instead of what?
Nov
27
answered What is this style of photo called?