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Adobe design challenge, win $20,000

See What's Possible

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See What’s PossibleCompose an engaging 15-second or less animation or motion graphic video of the Photoshop brand logo that illustrates the theme of “See What’s Possible.”

In partnership with Cut&Paste, Adobe offers a challenge to designers, web pros, photographer, animators — compose an engaging animation or motion graphic video incorporating the Photoshop brand logo that illustrates the them of See What’s Possible.

The Challenge is looking for work that breaks new ground, work that is visually unbelievable and can be adapted for use in different (shorter) time increments. The emphasis is to look for a visual expression of the idea “Photoshop: See What’s Possible.” The maximum duration of animation, motion video is 15 seconds. Your work needs to be created predominantly with Photoshop, Flash, and/or After Effects.

TIMING

Contestants may submit entries on Cut&Paste beginning February 15, 2008, and ending on March 15, 2008. All entries must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time on March 15, 2008.

PRIZES

5 Finalist will receive a licensed copy of Adobe Creative Suite 3 Master Collection.

Grand Prize US$20,000 + a licensed copy of Adobe Creative Suite 3 Master Collection. The Grand Prize winning submission will be used in Adobe corporate marketing materials and programs, including;

  • Featured on Adobe
  • Available as a screensaver for community download
  • Showcased at Adobe tradeshows and seminars
  • Intro to Keynote speeches, etc
  • HTML email, banners
  • Demos
  • Article in Adobe Magazine

The People’s Choice Winner will receive a licensed copy of Adobe Creative Suite 3 Master Collection.

Note: It is possible for a single work to win both the Grand Prize and People’s Choice Prize. Prizes will be announced at Photoshop World — April 4, 2008.

Cut&Paste has more details on Rules and Regulations, treatment of the Photoshop Logo, Logo Download to be used in your creation, Terms and Conditions.

ELIGIBILITY

The challenge is open to all individuals age 18 years or older who hold citizenship in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, India, or Turkey. Teams, companies, and firms are allowed to enter a submission, but each submission must be accompanied by a primary contact that meets the eligibility criteria. Individuals may submit entries as individuals and/or as part of a team.

Well, go ahead and start your creation!

  1. A contest for software that you have to use to make the product doesn't make sense, I don't have the adobe suite, so I can't enter this contest. I have a great idea, and an animation package, but that's it.

    I think it's hard for people who are honest and only use software that they purchase to enter these types of contests if the prize is exactly what they lack to enter in the first place.

  2. A contest for software that you have to use to make the product doesn't make sense, I don't have the adobe suite, so I can't enter this contest. I have a great idea, and an animation package, but that's it.

    I think it's hard for people who are honest and only use software that they purchase to enter these types of contests if the prize is exactly what they lack to enter in the first place.

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