Win a ThinkPad W700 in the Name Your Dream Assignment contest
January 26, 2009
Win a ThinkPad W700! The Lenovo ThinkPad W700 and the W700 ds are incredibly powerful photographic workstations and have made their mark on professional and amateur photographers the world over.
Both the ThinkPad W700 and the newly announced W700ds have rightfully taken their place at the pinnacle of notebook workstation design for the professional photographer.
Last year Lenovo and Microsoft sponsored Microsoft Pro 08 Photo Summit and they showcased the ThinkPad W700 to a bevy of the worlds top photo pro’s.
This year Lenovo and Microsoft are sponsoring the ‘Name Your Dream Assignment’ contest to find the
most creative, inspiring photo shoot idea. You don’t need a portfolio and you don’t need to be a big name pro like Bambi Cantrell, you just need a great idea for a photo shoot and you could win $50,000 so that you can actually bring your dream assignment to fruition and win a Lenovo ThinkPad W700 to help you process all those fabulous images you will shoot. Talk about a dream of a prize!
‘Name Your Dream Assignment’ Competition
Do you and your camera have a dream?
Would you love to take your lens to a far-off, exotic land? Do you dream of taking great pictures and posting them to a top-notch blog that will compare prednisone and methylprednisolone be seen by thousands?
dream assignment and you can do all this, maybe more, and get your expenses paid to do it.
“Name Your Dream Assignment” invites you to submit your idea for a never-done-before photo shoot. Everyone will have a chance to vote on their favorite idea, and a panel of judges will select from the top 20 most creative and inspiring suggestions.
And it’s the idea that counts. You don’t need to be a pro photographer, or even to have a portfolio. All you need is a dream.
The winner will get a $50,000 cash award plus lots of goodies including a Lenovo ThinkPad W700 notebook computer with Windows Vista, specially designed for photographers.
So tell us your dream and it just might come true.”
Good luck with the competition!