Adobe Lady Gaga Rain On Me Competition 2020

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Adobe have announced a new competition based around the Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande song Rain on Me.

Their latest creative challenge is the second competition based around a Lady Gaga theme, the previous being Welcome to Chromatica.

Rain on Me is a featured song on Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album Chromatica.

The final submission date for the competition is 22nd / 23rd September 2020 depending on the country (times vary).

Like the previous challenge, the Rain on Me competition will have one grand prize and nine second place rewards.

The winner of the grand prize will receive “$10,000 cash (or local currency equivalent), a high-quality print of their poster, autographed by Lady Gaga and a 12 month Adobe All-Apps Creative Cloud subscription”.

The nine second place winners will receive, “$400 cash (or local currency equivalent), autographed Lady Gaga merchandise and a 3 month Adobe All-Apps Creative Cloud subscription”.

As explained on Adobe’s website, to enter the competition you must produce an “original static image using one of the provided Lady Gaga photos or other available graphics to create a poster inspired by the rich, visual world of Rain On Me”.

They do not appear to specify any specific dimensions, although they do refer to it as a poster, but it would seem you can submit any dimension within reason.

Adobe are using Instagram and Twitter as the submission platforms. As stated on Adobe’s website you will have to “share it as a post to your Instagram Profile or Twitter Timeline”. Plus you will have to include the specified hashtags and mentioned Adobe account in the description.

The competition is available to many countries, which include the UK and USA.

The contest period lasts from 26th / 27th August 2020 to 22nd / 23rd September 2020 (times vary).

Visit the official Adobe Creativity Tour Rain on Me webpage for full details: https://creativitytour.adobe.com/challenges/rainonme/

If you choose to enter, you should note that your Instagram or Twitter account must be set to public at the time of entry and through to 30th November 2020.

Adobe also mention that you can only use Adobe applications, so for example you could not use Affinity software.