How To Create Alternate Versions Of Big Sur's Desktop Background

If you don't like the colors or brightness of the macOS Big Sur default desktop wallpaper, you can create your own. It is easy to take the default image and tint it to your own color or even add more to the design.

Comments: 2 Responses to “How To Create Alternate Versions Of Big Sur's Desktop Background”

    Braden
    9 months ago

    So this works for Light Mode and Dark Mode, is there a way to do the same thing, but with the Dynamic pictures? Or does the system just automatically make them dynamic if there are more than 5 parts to the graphic?

    9 months ago

    Braden: Dynamic desktops are more complex. There are apps in the Mac App Store that will allow you to compile them if you really want to make those.

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