Unfortunately it appears to have crashed. Download your favourite wallpaper clicking on the blue download button below the wallpaper. But did you know that a you can get details of where it was taken on your phone, b you're only seeing a small fraction of the original photo, and c it's easy to archive the full original at higher resolution, to perhaps use a laptop or desktop wallpaper? Why not just simply leave the pictures intact? For example, the crater lake shown on the Lumia 920 above is the current Image of the Day, here's what Bing. Set Daily Bing Wallpaper as Your Windows Desktop Background It used to be the case that you had to download the official Bing Desktop app to get the daily backgrounds. The Images and calendar dates have all vanished.
As you might have noticed, there are two photos per day, one of which is for United States and the other for everywhere else. Those lovely daily backgrounds on the main search page, for example, look great, and with a little tweaking you can get them to appear as your desktop background. Now find the image you want to use. You help me fill in my own personal collection…. I can see all the elements on some pictures e. To keep your Windows accent colours the colour of live tiles, highlighted Start menu and so on in sync with the background, right-click an empty space on the desktop and click Personalize.
This below is the full image, the full Bing Image of the Day: Quite a startling improvement. Do you simply manually type in the info or is there some other method you use? Next you can select whether you want this image to be set as the background of your lock screen, home screen or both. Every image can be downloaded in nearly every resolution to ensure it will work with your device. You can go through the back-catalogue of Daily Bing wallpapers to see previous ones, set those as your background instead, or download the images. This is one way to go back in time, though there's no way to easily save any of the images. Here's a typical set of Bing Images of the Day, as seen by Windows Phone 8 and used on both your lockscreen as an option and on the Bing Search home page: And yes, they're different at times as here because there's usually a time delay between the phone grabbing a new image of the day and the scheduling of the background process that changes the lockscreen implementing it. For personal things obviously, all these images are all heavily copyrighted! Fortunately you kept all the original filenames.
Note also the two trivia links to follow, for further information. Go back to your home screen and enjoy your new wallpaper! Find an image you like on wallpapertag. But on the others e. But… what a pity that I found the pictures in your collection were modified ones. You only get the header portion of the website and calendar months. Also, check out page about wallpapers. Also just look through the web-site and find new wallpaper collections.
Exit back to your desktop and see what it looks like! Wondering if anyone has heard anything. The hotspots should appear when you hover over the text at the bottom. I try to use the least amount of compression on the new picture thus increased file size to mitigate any further quality losses. I have to suppose that the images are scraped automatically rather than relying on human intervention. Is there a way for you to include these other images also? But I cannot see the hotspot things on many pictures e.
B Seeing the whole photo What you see on the Windows Phone portrait mode, by design screen is only actually a human-picked, I believe slice from the original photo. But how about optimizing your script or something so that we can also get the originals from your site? Here, you can find all background images from Bing presented in a simple calendar format, appropriate to the day which the image was originally displayed on. If you or anyone reading this has an answer it would be greatly appreciated. The first image you see here should be the image you downloaded. As an example, look at the Bluebells photo above which I thought was very effective on its own, in portrait - pretty, eh? How do you retrieve this info when posting the images on your site? Compared with the originals, the file size increased a lot though you cropped the bottom strip in the earlier ones but the quality decreased note the sky area in my screenshot. Whilst sets the bar pretty high, daily photograph backgrounds are also worth taking a look. Therefore without further ado, I present,.
Click on the image and in the top right corner, click the menu button three vertical dots. I couldn't see an official Bing Image of the Day archive, but fear not for the has been automatically extracting and archiving the daily images for years. Instead, go to the Microsoft Store and get this little app called. I hope the web adminstrator sees this or someone knows of a working mirror, or alternative site housing the images. One of the most popular options for Windows Phone lockscreens is to have it set to 'Bing', producing some wonderful images, day after day, surprising you each morning with something dramatic or pretty. I really hope you will have time to make a Live collection somehow.
You see the bluebell and crater images in place already? Of course not everyone uses or want to use Bing everyday, easily missing out on some amazing pictures. Use the share button the one that looks like a box with an arrow coming out of it. So I can go download the originals from bing. Keep up the great work. It seems as though they are posting more than 1 new image per day on their homepage maybe because of these Winter Olympics.