Right-clicking on the image in your post and selecting "Google this Image" leads me to this (no higher resolution found):Basically what the title says...
Anyone know where I can download it? Or is anybody willing to share if they already have the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display?
Bummer... thanksIt isn't a wallpaper sadly.
Some nice wallpapers from the ML preview here though:
Thank you so much! I emailed them and they said it would be £50! ($76!) to use as a wallpaper, which is a little steep just for a wallpaper!http://www.stevebloomphoto.com/portfolios/animals/aerial/slideshow.html
It's a Steve Bloom photo. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's not a free wallpaper download (legally at any rate). However, I'm glad I found his site, I'm definitely going to buy his book.
GGJstudios, thanks for the tip on the google chrome search by image extension. That's amazing, I had no idea that existed.
For their marketing photography, Apple typically arranges for rights directly with well-known photographers, the only desktops they typically show are the default ones such as the space-themed wallpaper.
I've had pretty good luck finding good wallpapers on interfacelift and wallbase.cc
Might want to check the post that I made on it yesterday...Anyone have the zebra wallpaper that they have that is showed on the MBP Retina Display? The one will all the Zebras running in a field.
Here is what I have as a reply from the people at Steve Bloom :Dude, I want the wallpapers too OMG!
Not at that ****ing price OMG.Here is what I have as a reply from the people at Steve Bloom :
We are a rights-protected image library and therefore have a minimum fee of
50 UK pounds (approx US$76, or 62 Euros) for any use of our images. The
minimum would apply for use of an image as an individual computer wallpaper
LOL, anybody want to buy a wallpaper ?