What would you do with a camera, a photography assignment, an ultra-responsive, ultra-sleek Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ and a plane ticket to...somewhere?
Find out what six acclaimed photographers did in this exact scenario right here at the hub of all things Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge. Go behind the scenes of every international shoot, see all of the breathtaking images, and catch up with the photographers themselves via a series of live chats.
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. More »
Solarisation: The photography trick guaranteed to make mundane shots look like dreamscapes, everyday folks look like phantasms, and these shots of surfers and bikers in Costa Rica by Scott Rinckenberger look extra-extreme. More »
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: More »
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... More »
If Miami is good enough for LeBron and Will Smith, it's good enough to be the answer to our latest Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge contest. More »
After a fun and sun-filled trip to Miami, photographer Douglas Sonders is back from the Land of Lebron. The occasion: He used the Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge to shoot some of the flashiest, fastest, ultra-sleek cars he could get his lens on. More »
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. More »
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... More »
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. More »
Paris: Land of delectable pastries, cathedral-dwelling hunchbacks, and the site of our first Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge. So congrats to everybody who guessed The City of Light as the location of our mystery photo, and earned themselves a shot at winning an Ultrabook (and if you... More »