This Group Of YouTubers Visited Catalina Island To Recreate macOS’ Latest Wallpaper
Harin - Nov 19, 2019
Out of all the photos that the group had taken to recreate Apple's iconic wallpapers, this photo was probably the best one.
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YouTuber Andrew Levitt and his group of friends spent a whole week this summer to recreate some of the most iconic macOS wallpapers.
Levitt, videographer Jacod Phillips and photographer Taylor Gray finally got the picture they had wanted. And this photo was probably the best in the total of 7 photos that they had taken. Of course, they needed to overcome some obstacles and had a trip of their lives on a deputy sheriff’s cruiser.
The video below will show you the reason why they need to take the police’s ship. And another video will tell you about the journey of the group to recreate all the wallpapers of different macOS versions, from Mojave, Sierra, High Sierra, to El Capitan, Yosemite, and Mavericks.
During the journey, the three had to walk quite a lot along a narrow ridge where there are huge spiders and a slope with a height of over 300 meters.
In order to create Apple’s wallpaper, they had to take the photo during sunset, which means they had to walk back to the camp when it was pitch black outside. Apple’s photographer used a helicopter for an aerial shot while Gray used a drone, hoping it could conquer the wind to get the best shot.