Intel Is Taking a Trip Around the World and You're Invited

Dear Gizmodo readers: We love you, and all of your submissions to our Shooting Challenges. In fact, we are so inspired, that we've joined forces with Intel to amp up the coming Shooting Challenges. Over the next three months, we'll follow six famous photographers as they take their Shooting Challenge photos in six amazing locations.


For the first one, we asked professional photographer Steven Taylor to participate. He brought his impressive eye and his camera rig, and we supplied him with an ultra-responsive, ultra-sleek Intel-Inspired Ultrabook and a plane ticket to...well...somewhere. That's where you come in.

Get Your Sleuth On

Put on your detective hat and see if you can figure out where in the world the picture that Steven took of his Ultrabook (left — click to expand) was taken, and you could win one of your very own. (Pro tip: It's great for uploading your Gizmodo Shooting Challenge images on the go).

Enter Away

Tweet your guess with the hashtag #ultrabookspotted and a link to this post (here, we've made it easy for you: right click this link and select "Copy Link Address" to paste into your tweet), and do it by 6 PM ET on August 15. Then, hold tight until August 21, when we'll be back at you with the right answer and righteous winner. If you don't win, don't worry: This is just the first of six such challenges (and opportunities to win) we'll be hosting in the coming months.


And There's More

Check back next week to see what happened behind the scenes of Steven's shoot in the secret location and to be the first to see his incredible Shooting Challenge-inspired images.


Contest Rules

Here are the contest rules (our standard contest rules also apply). Only open to US residents. Readers may also enter by sending their contact information to Gawker Media, Attn: The Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge, 210 Elizabeth Street, Third Floor, New York, NY 10012. The contest begins on July 31, 2012 at 12 AM ET and ends on October 31, 2012 at 12 PM ET.


Seth Porges is a New York-based writer, editor, on-air commentator, and entrepreneur.

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