I didn't think this would typically belong in the Graphics Department, so apologise in advance for posting this here if it doesn't belong. Not sure where else to post really, obviously after a serious answer, so the spam forum wasn't my best bet. =p
Anyway, does anyone know where I can get some worthwhile High Definition Quality pictures of Nature? Be that scenery, ancient ruins, animals, or underwater. I have been on Google, but it's not throwing out the results that I am looking for.
Am here hoping that someone has some good sites bookmarked that they could share around. My thanks in advance.
I didn't make it!
The maximum resolution on a computer monitor is 72 DPI, some high res monitors up to 96 DPI. They will never see your 300 DPI files although that resolution is necessary for printing photos.
The actual dimensions have more to do with your personal settings on your monitor
1024 x 768 is a typical monitor size, although there are others, especially if you have a "wide" screen monitor.
No-Life Overwatch Player
14th August 2008
Junk Angel mentioned a good one. I used it for a while as well. Beside that, you might also want to check out Wallbase.NET. They have very nice ones, too, and can search through usage of color-schemes, keywords and more. NSFW is turned off by default; if you want it turned on (thus, seeing NSFW content), there's a button somewhere near the navigation.
Formerly known as Graeme and Arld.
Hungarian Zsolt Zsigmond is a favourite of mine when it comes to wallpapers(realityDream | enter <- His website). He does some amazing nature and scenery photography, and his photos are available in resolutions between 1024x768 and 1680x1050. There's always DeviantArt too, although you'll need some very specific search parameters to find something worthwhile there.
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
I usually just use Google Images. In your case you could search for something like "imagesize:1920x1080 nature".
Some great images of the websites provided. :) Thanks for all the replies folks. Appreciated.
I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
Why not just look at deviant art