One Four Challenge, May 2016

Frank Gehry‘s Stata Center on Vassar Street in Cambridge

Week 1.

Clouds Over Stata

I took this photo back in 2006 with an old point and shoot that only took pictures at 72 dpi, but it’s still a shot I like and was reminded of it this weekend when I saw a similar shot by another photographer, Asine Storer, who I just met as she was also doing a booth at the Melrose Arts Festival.

I didn’t do much in the post edit other than to lighten it up in PS3 by adjusting the exposure and using the Curves tool.

Here’s the original:

original Stata Building.

Linking up with Robyn, hostess of this ongoing One Four Challenge here!


  1. Sandy Gregg says:

    That building is not far from my house and every time I walk by I take another photo, and yours is a great one. Have you ever tried to turn it into a quilt or other artwork?


  2. coolquilting says:

    great building and great photo…I forgot all about this challenge this month..but will catch up!

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  3. svtakeiteasy says:

    Interesting building! It does funny things to your eyes😊 Looking forward to seeing what you do next.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Robyn G says:

    What a fabulous image to revisit! Brightening it a bit is a good start 😀

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  5. Gehry is such an amazing architect – I’ve only seen his Guggenheim in Bilbao but it was designed so much with the surrounding architecture in mind I was an instant fan. I’m looking forward to seeing what you do with this image!

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