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bio website linkedin.com/in/rbarnes
location Sydney, Australia
age 35
visits member for 4 years, 5 months
seen Nov 23 at 0:50

Product Manager at Atlassian

Technologist with cross-functional experience with Product Management, Customer Discovery, Analytics, Systems Architecture and Administration, Software Development and Deployment, Training, Support, Business Analysis, User Interface and Database Design, Business Intelligence and Reporting.


Mar
20
awarded  Necromancer
May
16
comment How to Avoid Red-Eye in Photos?
@Matt, apologies if my tongue in cheek comment came across in the wrong light (no pun intended). I was merely trying to point out an option people often forget to consider, especially with the emergence of cameras and lenses that perform very well in low (natural) light. It was in no way meant to reduce the validity of the other 3 options with which I am quite familiar and capable.
Jul
16
awarded  Yearling
Feb
4
answered How do you protect your camera when taking pictures in inclement weather?
Feb
4
answered What is something you learned recently about your gear that you wish you discovered earlier?
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Dec
9
awarded  Precognitive
Oct
21
awarded  Student
Jul
23
awarded  Scholar
Jul
23
accepted Does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2/TS2 have a tripod mount?
Jul
23
comment What tools do you recommend for creating HDR images?
+1 Hugin (and enfuse which does the HDR work I use behind the scenes), it's a little tricky to use but reaaaally powerful, and the results are good.
Jul
23
asked Does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2/TS2 have a tripod mount?
Jul
19
awarded  Supporter
Jul
19
comment How to Avoid Red-Eye in Photos?
4. No flash :) :)
Jul
19
awarded  Critic
Jul
19
comment What are your easiest photography beginner tips?
Very true about knowing when to break it. It's important to try really hard to think of thirds as a tip, and not as a rule. I see so many people fall into the trap of only shooting this way and limiting their creativity. There are many fantastic reasons to ignore this "rule", and finding out about those exceptions is all part of the fun. :)
Jul
16
awarded  Teacher
Jul
16
answered Best Android photo editing apps?
Jul
16
answered What are some common ISO, aperture, and shutter speed settings for street photography?
Jul
15
awarded  Autobiographer