If you are a fan of HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, then odds are that you have heard of Trey Ratcliff and his travel photography blog. He does some great HDR shots, and even has a tutorial on his blog that will teach you how to make your pictures look like his do! In this post we’ll take a quick look at 8 StuckInCustoms shots that make great wallpapers.
As you can probably tell, I’ve cropped these images to fit my desktop. There are hundreds of Images available for you to use as wallpapers from the StuckInCustoms Portfolio. What you want to do is download the original sizes of all of the photos you want to use as a desktop, and then crop them to your desired resolution using Gimp, Photoshop, or some other image editing program.
That’s all for today, be sure to check out more of Trey Ratcliff’s work at www.stuckincustoms.com. I’d be surprised if you were unable to find a few great photos for your desktop!
P.S. This is what my desktop looks like with one of these images:
Check out my series on Making Your Windows 7 Desktop Awesome to learn how to build a custom desktop that suits your aesthetic and functional needs.