Everyone loves a good wallpaper, and the endless awesome options to choose from.
For software Developer Robert Sarkozi photography os his passion. Like a lot of fellow snappers he uploads much of his best snaps to his Flickr account, where it sits hoping to catch the eyes of passers-by.
Unlike the aforementioned ‘fellow snappers’ Robert approaches things in a different way: –
“I like to shoot life as is, just capturing the right moment. Simple as that, no HDR, no post processing with expensive software, no cropping, etc. Just a little more contrast, from time to time;†Photography in the camera.”
Rather than have them sit there unused and unseen he wants to ‘share them with people’, telling us:
“[People] can use them for wallpapers, for free. Let’s call it open-source photography.”
A quick perusal of Roberts photo-stream on Flickr shows that there are plenty of†eligible†drape candidates: –
Frustratingly Flickr limit the resolution size of photos on “free accounts” to 1024 x 683. This means photos which will look great on netbooks lose much of their charm when stretched to fit a 23″ widescreen monitor.
Robert Sarkozi’s Photos | flickr.com/photos/robertsarkozi/