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…Your camera is not extreme?

Most Extreme Camera

How do you define “The World’s Most Extreme Photography Equipment”?

According to Crestock, most extreme includes large lenses (1700 mm), huge megapixel counts (160), and giant photographs (313 square meters).

Check out the list for a look at the limits.

[Crestock – The World’s Most Extreme Photography Equipment]

…Photoshop art is amazing?

Crestock Photoshop Contest

To see what true Photoshop masters can do with a lot of time and even more motivation, check out the winners of the third round of Crestock’s Photoshop Contest.

The prize was a MacBook Pro, and the source material was rather varied, so the results are simply astounding.

Makes me want to brush up on my lasso skills…

[Crestock – Photoshop Contest Round 3 Winners]

…Photoshop skills can win you a Mac?

Mac Pro With Dual 30” Cindma Displays

Are you a Photoshop whiz who needs a new computer?

How about a new Mac Pro with dual 30” Cindma Displays?

Got your interest?

The check out Crestock’s Photoshop Contest 2007 for your chance to win, fame, fortune, and a whole lotta Mac.

There are four rounds in total, and each round’s prize is better than the last. There’s a pair of iPods for round one, a 13” MacBook for round two, a 15” MacBook Pro for round three, and the Mac Pro and Cinema Displays combo for round four.

Crestock Photoshop Contest Round One

For each round, Crestock will supply a set of source photos from their image library. Your entry must be based on one or several of those photos, though you can do with them what you like. The main requirement is that one or more of the source images can be recognized as a central part of your design. Then, there’s voting (40% public, 60% judges) and a winner is announced.

Want some help?

    “The winning entry will have incredible visual impact and exhibit fantastic creativity and technical skill, perhaps also with a twist of humor. Amaze us or make us laugh – or both. It’s up to you and your skills, creativity and imagination, but whatever you do, don’t miss out on the action!”

Sounds like good advice to me.

[Crestock – Photoshop Contest 2007]