Vote For Your Favorite Pictures for the MCP Actions Photoshop Contest

Semi-finalists for the MCP Actions Photoshop CS5 Contest

Big thank yous to all who entered the contest to win Photoshop CS5 Extended.  There were so many great pictures using MCP somewhere in the image.  Here are the 15 finalists, chosen by my twins Ellie and Jenna, age 8. They had a very hard job narrowing down to these 15.  But now it’s your turn.  Each of you gets to pick your 3 favorites based on quality, creativity, and the use of MCP in the picture. You may vote only 1 time, picking your top 3.  Please spread the word and encourage all of your photographer friends, Facebook and Twitter followers, and those you know on photo forums to come vote, whether or not your image is here.

Good luck to all participants – the one with the highest number of votes on Sunday, July 25th at 6pm Eastern Time is the winner.  Winners will be announced Sunday the 25th for both the Photoshop CS5 Extended AND the MCP Actions Gift Certificates.  If you have not entered to win the gift certificates, it is not too late.  You can ENTER HERE!

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Entry 1:

MCP M&M Picture

Entry 2:

MCP Rocks Horse Picture

Entry 3:

Spagetteos with MCP

Entry 4:

Skateboard MCP Sweet Ride

Entry 5:

MCP Mural Painted on Wall

Entry 6:

Baby Drawing MCP on Body

Entry 7:

MCP Popcorn Color Pop Picture

Entry 8:

MCP Actions Tattoo on Baby

Entry 9:

MCP Film Photo Contest

Entry 10:

MCP Fruit Loops Picture

Entry 11:

I Want Some MCP Photoshop Actions

Entry 12:

Boys Spelling MCP with Bodies

Entry 13:

MCP has the best actions of all

Entry 14:

MCP makes my photos pop

Entry 15:

MCP Race Team

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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  1. 4

    Alexi Turbow says

    Question: I’ve been trying to vote, and have been unable to do so. Does anyone know why this might be happening? Could it be because I am using a Mac?

  2. 6

    Tamara says

    I absolutely love entry #5. That little boy’s pose is reminiscent of Tom Sawyer, one of my favorite childhood stories. Hope this entry WINS!!!!!!!

  3. 7

    Jeni Pearson says

    Many good ideas here but my personal favorite is #5– ” all boy” and seems to capture the moment of the company’s intent to display their product and logo!!!

  4. 36

    Matt says

    The rest of the photo? The cute little boy doesn’t take away from the advertising – he enhances it. In all the other designs, the picture takes away from the advertisement. You loose site of the important information. The picture actually becomes the focus. That’s NOT what you want!! #5 is the only one where the information is the focus.

    Folks…#5 is clearly the best option.

  5. 42

    Chris D. says

    This was a great contest! I think the twins did a wonderful job narrowing it down to the finalists. That being said, I think #5 stands out as the best by far, and not just because my wife is the photographer and my son is the star :). We had fun marketing this contest and our picture. Unfortunately our lead slipped away last night. Congrats to all the finalists!

  6. 52

    Jeanmarie says

    These are so creative and great…but Entry #3 Has my vote by leaps and bounds. The idea is so creative. Even better than that, look at the colors…and the idea gives you a warm feeling inside, just like a warm bowl of soup. And, it just looks so “unset up,” like you just look down and there you have it….MCP really makes me smile thinking it is mmm good! What family member, mom, dad, brother or sister can’t relate to a happy bowl of Alphabet soup? I hope that Entry #3 wins, if I could vote more than once I would. There is just so much talent in that picture! Hooray!


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