Digital Age Of Photography

Market Size by Camera Types We live in the digital age of photography. Since 1979, the total market value of camera sales more than doubled. More than that, In 2005, the traditional cameras disappeared from the market. At around the same time the iPhone was launched. The market value peaked in 2007 then decreased and... Continue Reading →

New Lightroom for iPad Update

A new Lightroom for iPad update brings learning tools and more. First, a new home view makes its debut. From there, the user sees his or her recent photos at the top. But what is more interesting are two new learning tools. Lightroom new home view For new Lightroom users, the latest update will help... Continue Reading →

I Miss Instagram

Photo by Taylor Grote on Unsplash I miss Instagram. As soon as Instagram came to life, I was seduced and started my journey as a photography enthusiast. But then, Facebook bought them. Killing Instagram instantly. But there is a KickStarter project that could revive Instagram original vision. Enter Bokeh, a project by Tim Smith. If you don't know... Continue Reading →

Replacing Your iPhone

Replacing your iPhone shoudn't be a bad experience, especially after buying a new and expansive one. M. G. Siegler, writing: First: But as it turns out, restoring an iPhone does indeed still suck. While you can do everything via the cloud, there are still a whole slew of things that are no better than a... Continue Reading →

Guest Appearance on “And You Are?” Podcast

Last weekend I had the privilege and pleasure to be invited on the "And You Are?" Podcast as a guest speaker with @GR36. We chat about quite a few different subjects from Apple, learning iOS development, digital photography and urban exploration. You can listen to the episode right here.

Blog Updates

Today, I want to share a few updates about Numeric Citizen Blog. First, the titles of the main page and the blog posts are bolder. This makes it easier to distinguish them. Second, link color uses a new blue tint which I find it better looking. Third, a new page on the toolbar, My Portfolio,... Continue Reading →

iOS 13 Share Sheet Redesign

Benjamin Mayo writing on his personal blog about the expected and rumored iOS 13 Share sheet redesign: I’ve never been particularly thrilled by how the share sheet looks or works. Since iOS 7, the panel is split up into three sections; AirDrop, Share and Action. AirDrop is handy but doesn’t justify a row to itself.... Continue Reading →

On Google I/O 2019

This week was the annual Google developers conference: Google I/O 2019. Here are a few quick thoughts and comments about Google's announcements. Lot's of stuff With AI / AR Google AI seems limitless but at the cost of your privacy. Very impressive but let’s be honest here, Google talking about privacy is smoking mirrors. This... Continue Reading →

Apple, Stores, Architecture And Design

Apple cares about architecture Apple, stores, architecture and design, a recurring theme. From a recent article on the Washington Post about their new Apple Store: But the Carnegie project is also aimed at achieving a higher purpose at the company, which is to deepen customers’ affiliation of Apple with something positive — creativity — at... Continue Reading →

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