You’re Invited to the Mother of All Shooting Challenge’s Gallery Event

Well, folks the Intel-Inspired Ultrabook Shooting Challenge — you know the one — has officially come to a close, and we're celebrating the incredible journey with a free and open to the public gallery show and photography panel at 329 Broome Street in Lower Manhattan. On November 15, photos from all six challenges… »11/12/12 11:59am11/12/12 11:59am

Come to the Mother of All Shooting Challenges' NYC Gallery Event

Well, it's time to bid adieu to our fun and photo-filled Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge. In case you were keeping score, we brought you six incredible photographers, six mystery locations, six shooting styles, and six totally free Intel-Inspired Ultrabooks™. But before we say goodbye, we'd like to… »11/08/12 11:59am11/08/12 11:59am

Photographing Bikini-Clad Surfers in Paradise Is a Tough Job, but Someone's Gotta Do It

Costa Rica isn't just a Central American nation whose chief exports include coffee, electronic components, and utter relaxation — it's also where we sent pro-skiier-turned-photographer Scott Rinckenberger as part of our Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge. So if you picked this land of surf and sun, you… »10/24/12 11:59am10/24/12 11:59am

Ask Our Photographer How He Shot a Hardcore Gaming Tournament in the Tiniest of Spaces

Some folks go to San Francisco for the food, the fog, or the never-ending free Wi-Fi. Photographer Ryan Russell went for the gaming. As part of Gizmodo's Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge, Ryan dropped by Frisco's legendary Southtown Arcade, where he used his lens and his ultra-responsive Ultrabook™ to… »10/16/12 11:59am10/16/12 11:59am

A Look at the Craziest Competitive Gamers You’ve Ever Seen

San Francisco has its share of landmarks: The Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, wherever Rice-A-Roni came from. But for white-knuckle competitive gamers, the city has just one true destination: Southtown Arcade — a tiny storefront by the Stockton Tunnel that houses Frisco's last outpost for hardcore gamers. So… »10/10/12 11:59am10/10/12 11:59am

Ask a Photographer About the Photography Trick That Turns Your Friends Into Ghosts

She's baaaaack: Seems like photographer Diana Levine survived her fast, loud, and mostly out-of-control hop to music Mecca Austin. Of course, she was there to participate in the latest installment of our Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge, where she shot music-makers My Jersusalem as they did their thing. »9/18/12 11:59am9/18/12 11:59am

Shooting Bands In America's Live Music Capital Is as Badass as It Sounds

Austin's the answer! The capital of Texas is also a capital of live music, and home to enough promising bands to fill its endless rows of it's-a-miracle-the-neighbors-don't-complain music venues on a nightly basis. It's also where we sent photographer Diana Levine for the latest installment of our Intel-Inspired… »9/12/12 11:59am9/12/12 11:59am

Ask Our Photographer How He Snapped the Best Cameraphone Shots You’ll See All Day

While we were stuck at our desks, photographer Taylor Davidson used our Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge as an excuse to barge off to Boston, where he set about shooting some sports at the city's parks and playgrounds. Well, he's back, and hanging out in the comments at Deadspin, ready to take your… »9/04/12 12:59pm9/04/12 12:59pm