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Turning things on it's head to find a new perspective in an (old) place I've shot several times before (along with half of instagram).
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MERCURY RISING
PREMIUM GALLERY TEE

Photo by Jon Way, c. 2023
Los Angeles, California
Limited release of 10 pieces.

Each limited edition garment is sewn to order for each customer using luxury fabrics. A woven label includes a scannable QR code to authenticate each piece. Orders are shipped in a limited edition artist tube that doubles as a pinhole camera. Apparel is designed by Memento, in collaboration with its artists, and is made to order in state of the art factories in the United States supporting workers with living wages.

We believe that when it’s all said and done, you’ll be prouder of photos when they can be held... and, better yet, worn.

Learn more about our apparel and Memento's social mission to reduce screen addiction and support offline forms of self-expression here.

Shop Intentionally. Reduce Waste. Make It Real. ©

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Revisiting an Old Favorite

This was one of the few instances that I went out shooting with an objective in mind before heading out. I wanted to see if I could shoot the Disney concert hall in a way that felt unique since it was a place that I felt had been shot so often (for good reason), but it all looked pretty similar.

I was always surprised by this because I thought the disney center was a place I could keep coming back to and finding new angles or perspectives to capture. Many people see something on instagram and flock to recreate it, and while that is possible with the concert hall, there's always an opportunity to find a new angle, turn things on its head, and create something more unexpected.

The concert hall also has a fairly significant place in my heart as I feel it helped get me into college. I was a photography major (before switching to design), and the marque shot of my book was of the disney concert hall. They angle was predictable, but the lighting conditions were perfect, and the building was carrying a lot of weight... I was punching above my weight at the time for sure. I felt a weird drive to go back and see if I could do something of merit.. vs relying on the building and chance conditions.

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I got up before dawn, made coffee and cruised around downtown in the dark taking a couple shots. Got a couple obligatory sunrise shots (before the new buildings went in blocking that shot for good), and then cruised around shooting downtown waiting for the gates to open to shoot more of the interior of the building. I did that.. shot for a bit... felt ok about what I got, and then went home to edit. Did some editing and started to feel it was all a bit of the same, except for this one shot. The opposing walls, the sun coming through.. it was ok, but turning it on it's side quickly abstracted it to be something unique.

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We all spend way too much time scrolling, don’t we? On average, 2.5+ hours each day staring at images and videos. But still, somehow, less than 2 seconds each. As attention becomes the hottest commodity, our appreciation and gratitude for art and content diminishes. Tech and social media addiction rank among the largest concerns for our youngest generations—behind climate change and often ahead of debt.

It’s time for a fresh take on getting better.

Memento balances online and offline self-expression through elevated creator apparel, mental health advocacy, and charitable giving. We exist to create a world where self-expression is always just as celebrated offline as it is online.

First—We’re rewriting the playbook for on-demand apparel creating limited edition, sewn-to-order fashion that promotes real-life connections and better balance between online and offline interactions. It’s a new, living medium that more fully celebrates the vibrance of an original photograph.

Second—We and our partner photographers promote a healthier balance of online and offline realities through engagement. Our brand community, future interviews and blog, and storytelling will create a more open dialogue about mental health and humane tech.

Third—We donate 3% of our revenue or 10% of our profits (whichever is greater) to grassroots charities and social causes that help to alleviate tech and social media addiction. Our first partnership announcement is coming soon.

The opposite of fast fashion. Over 2 years of product development, we've designed our apparel and manufacturing process from the ground up specifically to celebrate the photos we love. We sustainably craft every piece made-to-order with premium materials—just like custom printed and framed photography. No blanks. No screen printing. We use silver gelatin particles and dye, injected through a museum grade direct-to-fabric printer. Shirts are sewn in the US at living wages. Our process is about slowing down, shopping with intent, reducing waste, and creating limited edition apparel that mirrors the intention and quality of the photographs it conveys. Each piece is printed with a custom gallery placard with the artist’s information and an authentication QR code. Shirts are shipped like art should be—rolled in classic tubes and delivered in triangular shipping boxes. Each can be repurposed into a working pinhole camera, so you can rediscover the art of photography with an eye towards its analog beginnings.

Learn more about our pinhole camera and Ilford developer bundle here.

To more deeply understand our ethos, read the full manifesto.

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The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

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[ What it includes ]
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Limited Edition (1/10)
[ Printed By ]
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Bay PHoto Lab
[ SIgned ]
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Upon REquest
[ Includes frame? ]
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Sorry, NO
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folder structures
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file naming
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300dpi
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Full-Res
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Encrypted
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Pushed Dynamically
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.zip file
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Any computer
(General/Questions)
[ includes ]
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Light Grain (.xmp )
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Medium GRain (.xmp )
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Heavy Grain (.xmp )
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X-Heavy Grain (.xmp )
[ Includes ]
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1 presets (.xmp )
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read me (.txt)
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01_light (.xmp)
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02_Medium (.xmp)
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03_Heavy (.xmp)
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04_Dreamy [Beta] (.xmp)
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read me (.txt)
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1 preset (.xmp )
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read me (.txt)
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.raw (Preferred)
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.jpg
[ Delivery Method ]
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.zip file
[ Compatibility]
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Lightroom Classic (11.0.1)
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Lightroom CC
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Mac + PC
[ General/Questions ]
[ What's Included ]
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10 Images
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1 .txt info doc
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1350px / 2400px
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9:16
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72DPI
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.jpg
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Password protected page
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Direct Download
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.zip file (optional)
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IOS + Android devices
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Maybe flip phones
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±400 Images
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100's Cued
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300dpi
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Full-Res
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Encrypted
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Pushed Dynamically
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TV App Store
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.zip → .dmg file
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TVOS 12.0 or later
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Mac OS only
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10.13 or newer
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4500 x 2500
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5376 x 3584
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5376 x 3584
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72 DPI
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sRGB IEC61966-2.1
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Smart Objects
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Photoshop 22.2 +
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  • 95% Organic Italian Cotton
  • 5% Elastane
  • Fabric Origin: Italy
  • Individually Printed, Cut & Sewn to Order: United States
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  • Standard shrinkage if machine dried (see size information)
  • Do not bleach

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Licensing

The whole purpose of me making this font, was to have something that I felt was uniquely mine.. and because I didn’t want the headache of worrying about the nuance of complex licensing. I don’t feel like that should change for anyone else either, so I’ve tried to make this as simple as I can.

Revisiting an Old Favorite

This was one of the few instances that I went out shooting with an objective in mind before heading out. I wanted to see if I could shoot the Disney concert hall in a way that felt unique since it was a place that I felt had been shot so often (for good reason), but it all looked pretty similar.

I was always surprised by this because I thought the disney center was a place I could keep coming back to and finding new angles or perspectives to capture. Many people see something on instagram and flock to recreate it, and while that is possible with the concert hall, there's always an opportunity to find a new angle, turn things on its head, and create something more unexpected.

The concert hall also has a fairly significant place in my heart as I feel it helped get me into college. I was a photography major (before switching to design), and the marque shot of my book was of the disney concert hall. They angle was predictable, but the lighting conditions were perfect, and the building was carrying a lot of weight... I was punching above my weight at the time for sure. I felt a weird drive to go back and see if I could do something of merit.. vs relying on the building and chance conditions.

I don’t have the interest to police nuanced licensing (although I will be eyeballing pirating 👀), so I dont want you to have to worry about it either. Here’s the easy terms of JW.S font licesning:

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One purchase = one license.
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One license= good for any usage (web, print, product, etc), and personal or professional work.
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If you want to use the font for a client, they will need to purchase an additional license– licenses are non-transferable.
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That’s it.

I don’t want to create complex licensing terms/distribution, but if there is gross misuse of the fonts, I might adjust course and amend the licensing terms at any point. I also try to make the fonts affordable as a means to make them more accessible.

*If you are caught re-distributing any font, your license becomes void. You may re-purchase a license once, after that I will totally be mad at you.

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Adjustable

In building my mock-ups, I prefer to keep edits as non-destructive as possible. While essential  image clean-up is flattened into the image, all color grades and supplemental adjustments are added via adjustment layers. The benefit is the flexibility to color grade the image to match your need. Depending on the mock-up, there will additional compositing layers that add things like additional atmospheric haze that can toggled on/off to taste. My goal is to make these as flexible as possible.

As is the case with most all photoshop mock-ups, my mock-ups are built with smart objects as a means to include your design work. Please be sure you’re familiar with how smart objects work before opting to purchase any of my mock-ups.

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Limited Edition

Every photo print on this site is a limited edition, 1 of 10. These works are only being sold because I believe them to have value, and by choosing not to broadly commoditize them, I won't undercut that worth. When all 10 are sold, prints of that image will never be brought back or re-issued in print form. Any and all of these images, however, may be featured in JW.S® digital products, or publications such as books and editorial features. In the instance an image has been licensed, featured, or has been printed in a different form, I will make an effort to annotate that on this page. (but cannot guarantee it will always be up-to-date)

While this helps each image retain its value, it also substantiates my view that photography is a continual journey forward. I don't want a small set of images, subject-matter, or styles to perpetually define me as a photographer. Maybe for a small time they will, but I hope to keep progressing, and evolving to something new.

Each image is also shot and edited as an individual piece– entirely different from any other on the site.  I don’t use presets, or do bulk editing– in many instance, each image will have 1-15 unique edits before the final one is settled upon. Similarly, these images are also likely to also be updated as I continue to refine my editing techniques. If there's a significant change to a purchased image, I'd be happy to replace the previous edit at cost.

* It is important to note, that signatures will temporarily be withheld until I get my own printing up and running.

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Paper

All paper prints use Epson Hot Press Bright Paper– an acid free, 100% cotton rag media with a bright smooth finish. This paper has an extremely-high color gamut and black density.

[ Material Details ]
×  Smooth Matte Finish
×  98% Opacity
×  17 Mil (Sheet) / 16 Mil (Roll)
×  96 ISO Brightness
×  Acid Free
×  PH Buffered

Each paper print size includes a ~1/4" white border to allow for easier matting . If you do not want this included, please follow up with an email within 1-2 days of purchase so I can accommodate.

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Ready for
Whatever

While my photographic prints have both paper and acrylic options, I wanted to keep the spirit of the traditional posters, and keep these simple. They're meant for whatever purpose you see fit. If you want to use thumb tacks or scotch tape to hang them, they're good for that. If you want to go the longevity route, you can matte and frame them.

While the photographic prints are also limited editions,  these are meant to have more of a mass appeal– meaning a more accessible price point. The paper of choice is meant to keep printing costs down while retaining a high standard of quality of image quality and longevity. As I do more test prints and explore papers over time, paper stock and price-point might shift.

[ 00-2 ]
paper
Prints

All posters will be printed on Kodak Lustre paper, which will have more of a matte finish. This paper features a true photographic resin-coated base paper and e-surface finish with "pulp of unsurpassed quality.

[ Material Details ]
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10-mil, 255-gram e-surface photo paper
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Microporous, instant-dry coating on a resin-coated paper
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Bright white point provides clean highlight detail
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96 ISO Thermal and cold laminate brightness
×  Acid Free
×  PH Buffered
[ 00-1 ]
About

This screensaver consists of a wide range of my photo work, displayed in HD. The repository of images it pulls from will be regularly updated with new work, and it will push dynamically to your device. In general I'm very protective of my work, but this screensaver uses encryption to protect my images from being pirated, so I can confident distribute high-res imagery.

Many people have only experienced my work in the diminutive form-factor that is Instagram™, so this also gives them a chance to see more. There will also be shots that just don't work on instagram, but will be found in the screensaver.

We also recently added the ability for you to control what categories you'd like to see. (Not everyone likes surfing as much as me, I get it). Here's a list of the current categories:

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Surf
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Terra
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Incidents
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People
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Warm
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Cold
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Sea
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Black and White
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Local (South Bay)
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Free? Paid?
Invest? huh?

While I want to keep this product free, I want to continue to improve it with more features, more reliability, and more exploration. Unfortunately all that costs money– including hosting/distribution, and hiring additional developers to help to make it happen. As a way to potentially offset those costs and enable further development, there's an option to invest via paid options.

At the moment, running it for free isn't going to put me out on the streets, so if you enjoy it but you don't have the funds to support it right now, thats ok. Please dont stress, I'm not.

*For some insight, some possible additions/improvements I'm looking at are ways to integrate video and designs, more customizability, additional info, transitions, etc.

[ 00-2 ]
Version
History
[ Version 1.3.1 ]

A couple house keeping bugs with this one. The screensaver is fully compliant with Big Sur and M1 chipped Macs. A small by-product is that the screensaver will continue to show as you enter your password after being away (previous version would show system default images). Another big fix is the way random images are shown– the full catalog of images will play through before you see a repeat of an image.

[ Version 1.2 ]

We added the ability for you to choose which categories you'd like to see. All images are now tagged, and you can control what you'd like to see. I have a penchant for dark and moody images, but maybe that not your thing. Or maybe you think surfing is dumb. Thats alright– you can create your own little safe space.

I also went through and re-edited ALL images. After doing some testing on various screens, it became clear there was some gross stuff going on with many of the images (odd color banding, odd coloration, over-saturation, weird contrast, and over-bearing grain). I do use the screensaver myself to regularly look at things to improve.. so there will be regular re-edits.

[ Version 1.1 ]

A couple minor bug updates, nothing too major. Presentation is bare bones, but it works!

[ 00-3 ]
Donate

Enjoy the (JW.S) Screensaver? Please consider donating to my Patreon to further its development (done by my brother so far). I have a lot of ideas for ways to make this better/ more visually interesting, and a better experience for you, the user. There's only so much that can be done with regards to functionality... it is a screensaver after all.. but visually I think we can do some pretty cool stuff.

Beyond the time spend exporting, tagging, and uploading– there are costs associated with hosting this service. It's not breaking the bank, but its just another thing in a long list of services. So the screensaver will remain free, but as it scales, it might need to be more dependent on donations.

[ 00-1 ]
So, What
is it?

Don't have enough room for a print? Don't want a print? Well, this app can turn your TV into a lot of prints. The app pulls from a repository of high-res images that is constantly being updated, and then pushed dynamically to the app.

This app consists of a wide range of my photo work, viewable in HD, and will be expanded upon semi-regularly. Most people experience my work in the diminutive form-factor that is Instagram™, so this will give a chance to see more details at a much larger scale. There's also some shots that just don't work on instagram, but will be found in the app.

At the moment, Apple doesn't allow third party apps to be set as screensavers– unfortunately you'll have to go into the app every time you want to use it. It's not ideal, but what can you do. If that ever changes, I assure you we'll start working on implementing that feature... don't hold your breath though.

[ 00-2 ]
Free? Paid?
Invest? huh?

While I want to keep this product free, I want to continue to improve it with more features, more reliability, and more exploration. Unfortunately all that costs money– including hosting/distribution, and hiring additional developers to help to make it happen. As a way to potentially offset those costs and enable further development, there's an option to invest via paid options.

At the moment, running it for free isn't going to put me out on the streets, so if you enjoy it but you don't have the funds to support it right now, thats ok. Please dont stress, I'm not.

*For some insight, some possible additions/improvements I'm looking at are ways to integrate video, and my designs.

[ 00-3 ]
Version
History
[ Version 1.1 ]

After some initial bugs in 1.0, 1.1 fixes a few things.. thats it really. There's still an issue with aspect ratios... this drives me bananas, and hopefully is something we'll release an update for sooner than later.

As a side note, the TV app does not support the same categorization filtering that the screensaver does. It's a bit more of an undertaking in tvOS... if there's enough demand/Patreon support (ahem), we might be able to make this make this happen.

[ 00-2 ]
Presets
Overview

Presets are very useful things. They help facilitate consistency, and greatly increase efficiency. But like all things being applied in bulk, it's important to understand that presets are fundamentally NOT one-size fits-all solutions. While I've tried to cover off different scenarios and make them as flexible as possible, they will still require some modification to taste.

If you purchase them and find severe issue(s) with how they're applied to your image, please let me know I'll try to revise, or advise as necessary.

[ 00-3 ]
Compatability

These presets have been created and tested on the latest version of Lightroom Classic. (11.0.1). This means that they should also work on Lightroom CC and mobile. Backward compatibility has not been fully tested, so for best results, please make sure your software is up to date.

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Figma Files
Overview

Figma is software that most designers use today in some capacity for designs of all purposes. This product is meant to only enhance that.

If you purchase them and find severe issue with how they're applied to your image, please let me know I'll try to revise or advise as necessary.

[ 00-2 ]
Compatability

This product will work on both free and paid accounts with Figma.

It has not been tested on any legacy versions of Figma... because I'm not even sure you can technically run a legacy versions since it's so cloud-based. I'm highly confident this will work with what you have.

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Mock-ups
Overview

Mock-ups are visual representations of a product or design that are used to communicate ideas and gather feedback. They can be used to present designs to stakeholders, clients, and team members, and are an powerful tool for selling through designs. Using mock-ups allows designers to present their ideas in a relatable way, making it easier for others to understand and provide feedback on the design.

One of the other benefits of using mock-ups is that they allow designers to test and iterate on their designs before committing to the final version. This can save time and resources by catching potential issues earlier in the design process.

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What's it
About

These wallpaper packs... well, they're sets of images for your cellular device. Each collection is put together based on various thematic through-lines. Each image is also typically available as a print.. so if there's any that you like, check the prints category for availability, or feel free to reach out.

I primarily put these out because I get a lot of requests for them, and I'm terrible about getting people images since my head is always in the clouds somewhere. (I still owe images all over town... some from 2 years ago. It's bad.) I've also had a lot of people want to support this creative endeavor of mine, but don't want a print, don't want to be on the hook for a Patreon sorta deal, or wouldn't mind something tangible in return. Well, hopefully this solves some of that, and if not– no worries. I really do appreciate the support, and hopefully these will offset some of my costs to create this work, but I'll be fine whether or not people actually download these.

[ 00-2 ]
Installation

If you're curious about how the process of getting the wallpapers to work on your device, here's the basic process:

Purchase the wallpaper pack
Open the email containing the download link
Click the link to the downloads page
Enter the password
Save the images to your phone
Set as Wallpaper
Tell everyone about it.

This process may change as I will continue to look for ways to make this better. Unfortunately there isn't a native way to download sets of images on a mobile device... so I understand its seems a little painful right now, but the list looks worse than it is.

Once you have the images, there will also be step-by-step instructions on the downloads page for both iOS and Android. If you also want to download the image to your desktop, and then transfer the images to your phone from there, there will be instructions for that as well. Setting wallpapers is something I believe most people are already familiar with, but in the info I've collected doesn't suffice... ask a friend?

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FAQs

You might still have some questions, so here's some answers that may help things along if you're not sure about something...

Can I share these images with others?

Please do not share these images with anyone. I understand there is nothing technically stopping you from doing it (beyond violating the agreed upon Terms and Conditions), but it would be appreciated if you didn't. Send them to this site instead to keep these going.

I don't see the shot I want as a wallpaper, can I request images for wallpapers?

Absolutely. I can't promise I can/will accommodate, but I am putting this together for others, and I don't pretend to have the greatest read on that at times.

Can I download these multiple times?

Sure, if you'd like– just keep them only on your devices. It's recommended to keep the original safe as I can't promise these will be available online indefinitely (hosting changes, products cycling out, etc)

I have a work and personal phone, can I put these on both?

You bet.

I can't figure out how to get the wallpapers working, what should I do?

Re-read the instructions, ask a friend, say a prayer? Unfortunately I don't think I'll have the bandwidth to offer installation support on this, so please be familiar with the process beforehand. You can ask if something weird comes up, and I'll respond if I have time... but I believe in you. You got this.

Are there any refunds?

The short answer is no, sorry. Once you have access to the download link, there's really no going back. If you feel you have just cause for a refund, I'd like to think I can be pretty fair, so please contact me and we'll get you sorted.

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