Many of you have asked me to share the pictures I take to be used as wallpapers. I finally figured out a system that is easy to use for you and easy to manage for me. It's simple:
- You donate as much as you want through PayPal. I'd ask you to donate at least $5, so I don't get flooded by tiny donations. It's well known that students like me are basically broke all the time, so I really appreciate any support :)
- For your donation, you get access to an exclusive wallpaper stash for one year. (=365 days starting from the day you donated)
- For the beginning, this stash will include 80 pictures from different categories (cars, architecture, nature, ...), which will mostly have a resolution of 5184x3456px. That's right, 5k! Not a single of the images in there has got a resolution lower than 4000x3000px. Also, many of the images included are unreleased. Nobody has ever seen them before.
- There will be at least 10 new images added per month - guaranteed!
How exactly does it work?
- You donate whatever amount you of money you want (at least $5) via PayPal to blanck.butzbach [at] t-online.de
- In the message of your PayPal donation, please include the following things: your e-mail address (important, I need it to send you your login data), your wished username, and preferred language of the OwnCloud interface (if not English)
- You'll receive an e-mail with your username and a randomly generated password which you can use to sign in on my homepage
- The wallpapers are stored on my own Webspace using OwnCloud, I'll set everything up for you so you just have to log in and will be able to download them
Four simple rules:
- Please don't reshare the wallpapers
- Only one user per account
- No commercial use
- Enjoy! I'd really appreciate a tag if you use any of these wallpapers, so I can see what you're doing with them and maybe reshare your screenshots :)
All the info with some more details can be found here: http://johannesblanck.com/pages/wallpapers/Thanks for reading. Don't forget to tell your friends, +1, and reshare. And last but not least, don't forget to jump on it. You'd be stupid not to ;)