Alright. I’ll give it a go.
I shifted the hue to a nice cerulean (?) blue, lightened and saturated it a bit. I can make it a deeper blue if you want.
Yeah a bit darker would be nice
How about one of these? Too dark? Too saturated? Too purple? Still too light?
Dang that’s sweet, how’d you do it? Any specific photoshop tools?
@cae1136 I used Gimp, actually, as my desktop doesn’t have Photoshop installed. It wasn’t really hard, I just opened the original image and shifted the hue to the general colour I wanted, then tweaked the lightness and contrast a slight bit. Gimp has a window where you can control all three of those with sliders. I don’t remember what the menu button is called, exactly, but it is under “image”. I’d check, but on my laptop i only have Photoshop
EDIT: I just realized that means I can check what the corresponding Photoshop command is. It’s
Image → Adjustments → Hue/Saturation…
Okay I see how you were doing that. If you don’t have photoshop, gimp is the next best thing.
I’ve got a google drive repo of wallpapers to cycle through. dual monitor while I’m at work, and single while I’m at home. I might prepare them for public use this weekend.
I beat speedrunner online, and I’m proud.
Imagine if this was staring at you every time you logged in :3
I like http://wallpaperjam.com/ It has a great variety of well done beautiful wallpapers
And so it came that also this thread should rise from its grave to join the necro army of the undead.
Pls don’t necropost
… unless it actually contributes significantly to the original topic.
In this case, you’re probably right, as the poster @Hunter5 didn’t mention their wallpaper, just a website. But this is an edge case, and it’s in Off-Topic already.
I’m going to give this the benefit of doubt and leave the topic open, so we don’t end up with a dozen “desktop wallpaper” threads.
Here’s my current one:
oh, guys… don
t be so suspicious!!! I dont think that renewing 3 month old topic is a big problem. My current background is beautiful cityscape
My Lockscreen Wallpaper:
My Desktop Wallpaper: