iOS 7 Parallax Wallpaper Pack
Well, it took me a little longer than I had expected but here we go. The fiftyfootshadows parallax wallpaper pack for iOS devices running iOS 7. After quite a bit of research and trial and error I have settled on what I believe to be the optimal resolutions for iOS 7. Barring any major changes these images should leave you set for a good long while.
For those of you new to the site, welcome! These are but a small selection of what is and what will be available among these pages. This is a space endlessly growing with new imagery, stories, reviews and more. Photography, music, life. Its always been the mantra of 50ft and I don’t see any reason to slow down.
That said, this is not the first time I have made a pack like this available, in the past any time Apple has chosen to release a new device I have followed suit and produced a new pack for users of their latest tech. Also, from here on out, all new wallpapers will be updated to these modern resolutions. The iPad crops are at a resolution of 2524x2524px and the iPhone versions are 744x1392px. These were chosen based upon standards Apple has in place with their own built in wallpaper imagery. After a through amount of testing these resolutions worked the best and provided me with the most accurate results in my cropping choices. Click the follow through link for the rest.
Now, down to business. For the first time I have chosen to handle the pack a little bit differently. The pack is 100 images strong, a mix of photographs old and new cropped for both the iPhone as well as the iPad. Here within this post I have supplied my usual approach for these packs. Find an image you like and tap on it to access the full resolution version. I have chosen 30 images which can be accessed below in both resolutions. I hope you guys enjoy the selection!
But wait, what about the other 70? That is where I have decided to handle things a little differently. Because I have pulled such a large amount of images together for this pack, I fear many casual users out there will download and run, which is fine by me. It’s just that this type of usage always leads to the images being lost, re-distributed, and even in some cases sold without credit or mention of their source. Handing out high resolution copies all in one place gives many the wrong idea because most of us are so used to finding links like this one online and assuming they are simply random collections of free images.
The thing is though, the photography that I share here is not just a bunch of random images sourced from around the web, they are a representation of my life. These moments are the result of years and years of devotion of time, energy, and money and I can’t help but get down when I start seeing them get lost out into the internet ether.
Explanation aside, the full pack is available as a simple Zip download. There are three different versions of the Zip file. The first two offer either only the iPhone, or only the iPad versions and the third contains both version packs.
For the first time in the nearly six year history of fiftyfootshadows.net I have chosen to charge for a full pack of images. As I mentioned, the usual well rounded selection of images can be found below free of charge but the full pack of 100 images are are available at the following rates.
Combo Pack $10 (Combo pack containing both the iPhone and the iPad versions)
Note: Checkout is being handled securely by Gumroad, your personal information is not shared with me. If you have any trouble purchasing a pack let me know through an email.
I can not thank you enough for your support. This money will go directly into the sites continued growth and development. There are a number of ideas I have been cooking up but will take a base level of capital to get things started. It is the first modest step forward in seeing a few of my goals for 50ft to fall into place before the years end.
Tech Note: If you are downloading the Zip file directly on your iOS device you will need a third party document app because of shortcomings in the iOS and its lack of a broad file management system. I could easily suggest Documents by Readdle. (http://readdle.com/products/documents/) its free, covers all the basics and allows you to unzip the file and save images to your Camera Roll for access within the OS. Simply take the link sent to you in your purchase confirmation email, go to the browser function of the Documents app and enter the download address. Once the page has loaded on your device in Documents browser you will be presented with a Save File screen in which you choose where you would like to save the file. Keep in mind the files are quite large and download times may vary. Mail me with any questions and I will do the best I can to help sort it out.
I have simplified my terms as much as possible in the following. These images are all ©John Carey and are NOT being made available with a creative commons license. Commercial licensing is available upon request.
• Enjoy the images! It’s a labor of love, thanks for your support!
• Share fiftyfootshadows.net with friends.
• Send me a quick mail if you are interested in using an image for commercial or personal use other than wallpaper.
• Post these elsewhere online.
• Pass them around in mass.
• Make prints.
• Use images for web banners or graphics.
• Use them in commercial work.
If you are caught using an image without permission you will either be billed for its use or asked to remove the image.
If you are unable to purchase the full pack, I still appreciate your support in continuing to visit and share fiftyfootshadows, now that this pack is out of the way I can get back into my regular weekly new wallpaper updates which will remain free as always. I tried to include a solid selection of great wallpapers below, just take your pick and enjoy! Who knows, I may even add a few more to this selection in case I missed someones all time favorite wall from 50ft or something of the sort. (Check the full image pack previews above for additional images not included in the images seen below.)
iPad selections, simply click on the image you would like to save.
iPhone selections, also simply click on the image you would like to save.