MAKING YOUR OWN “WALLPAPER” PHOTOS!

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What is a “wallpaper”?

A wallpaper you probably see everyday. If you have a cell phone it’s the photo that is on the backdrop of your phone. You will see it everyday. Sometimes your cell phone company will have a selection of photos that you can use for your “wallpaper”. Sometimes you will use the photo of your favorite person, to remind you every day of the wonderful person in your life. But most of the time, people will use a photo that is just amazing, and it doesn’t have a lot of clutter to make it hard to read your contents, your apps, etc.

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You can make your own “wallpapers”

You can make your own wallpapers simply by finding a less cluttered photo to put on your phone or computer. Most of the printing on your cell phone is white. So if you wanted to pick a wallpaper that won’t interfere with “white” printing, then maybe winter scenes are not right for your phone. However, most phones today have the capability to change their “theme colors”. Look for that on your phone, if winter photos are the ones you like the most. If you can do that, then a photo like this might be in order for wallpaper:

Or something like this might be fun on your phone or computer:

Photo by Fabrice Villard on Unsplash

I like this above photo because of it’s plainness and it is so easy to see your icons or apps over this photo. And yet people when they see it are amazed what a great photo this is. Virtually a plain background, and no interference with the operation of your phone or computer.

Take your own photos, it’s free advertising!

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Even though this above photo may seem to be cluttered with leaves, it’s a great photo for a wallpaper because it is so easy to see the icons on your phone or desktop. With that in mind, here are a few amazing photos for ideas of which YOU could do with your camera or cell phone:

Photo by Sebastian Unrau on Unsplash
Photo by Ameer Basheer on Unsplash

Another suggestion: If you are looking to put a wallpaper photo on your phone, try to shoot your photo vertically, then you get more of the photo as your wallpaper with NO cropping.

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