Enthusiast photographer, Andrew Lovitt and his friends, set off on a road trip around California to recreate every stunning wallpaper on the Apple operating system.
Since Apple released Mac OS X, we have seen some of the most breathtaking default wallpapers any operating system has to offer. Apple started off with using a collection of majestic big cats, from lions to leopards and snow leopards. But, in more recent years, they have named their new operating systems after iconic mountain ranges and national parks.
Andrew Lovitt and his friends are enthusiast photographers and videographers, and decided to take a road trip around the state of California to recreate the Apple Wallpaper photographs as accurately as they possibly could. They first visited the hottest place on earth, Death Valley National Park, to capture the sand dune wallpaper image. Then they took on Mojave, Sierra, High Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite as well as Mavericks.
The results they managed to get were unbelievably close to those created by Apple. However, Lovitt explains that, to recreate the scenes even more accurately, a lot more time would have had to have been spent at each location in order to wait for the perfect weather, skies and lighting. But the experience and adventure they had was second to none.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Andrew Lovitt, on We Recreated Every Apple Wallpaper.