Steve Jobs has always been involved in every detail of the business he founded while he was there, even some that no one had imagined until now. Regarding his dedication to each project and his particular interest in artistic expressions, a former Apple software designer says that Steve Jobs personally took several of the images shown as desktop images for Mac OS X Leopard 2007.
A new blog post claims that OS X Leopard wallpaper or desktop images, including “Grass Blades”, “Rock Garden” and “Golden Palace” were photographed by Steve Jobs.
Jobs was also a photographer at Apple
As proof of his claim “Cricket” shows it five OS X Leopard images taken by Jobs. It also shows three other images of Jobs “which I could not confirm to have done in a Mac OS X version”.
“It’s no surprise that Steve Jobs enjoyed taking photos,” says “Cricket” in a blog post. “He was even taking a picture the last time I saw him. However, many people may not be aware that some of their photos were sent as desktop images on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Mac OS X Leopard was the sixth version of Apple’s operating system, Mac OS X, published on June 6, 2005 at the WWDC Worldwide Developers Conference and published on October 26, 2007. And maybe there isn’t a really important reason why Jobs shared his own photos, directly in this version, beyond enjoying the photography, as he later captured it on the iPhone.