Desktop Wallpapers

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Desktop Wallpapers2019-01-15T20:39:39+01:00

This page contains photographs that can be used as backgrounds on your desktop computer. Each photograph is available in a range of sizes — for the best quality results, please select the image with the closest resolution to your desktop resolution. In addition to the most common desktop resolutions, there is a WSXGA+ image size (1680 x 1050), which is the upper resolution on the BeagleBone Black (at a decent frame rate) and so this image size can be used as a background on a BeagleBone-attached desktop display. Click on the images below for high-resolution versions of the photographs.

Desktop wallpapers are known as a background or as an image on computers. This are done by digital designers which manage every graphic aspect of a company such as logos, websites and more. Look in the logo design company listings on DesignRush  to find which is the best one depending on your service or product. They will make sure to create  this digital images as a decorative background of a graphical interface on the screen of a computer, or any other electronic devices. They are not just for personal use but they are mainly used for businesses devices as a visibility strategy.

All images are © Derek Molloy 2014-. They can be freely used for personal use, but any publicly accessible reproduction should not alter the image and should cite this website as the source of the image. The photographs were taken using a Canon EOS 6D with a 100mm f/2.8-32 macro lens and using a lens-mounted white LED light ring that I built myself! Many photos have a shallow depth of field — this really helps in allowing desktop icons to stand out.

2 Comments

  1. Bill Hannah May 2, 2015 at 9:39 am

    These images are great, but the download links are broken (all result in a 404).

    • Derek May 2, 2015 at 3:35 pm

      Hi Bill, Thanks — A plugin update seems to have broken the download links. I think that I have fixed them now. Please let me know if you notice any problems. Thanks, Derek.

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