HDR PanoramaPhotography

HDR City Photographs

By January 31, 2008 One Comment

Our plans to capture High Dynamic Range (HDR) images in Hong Kong were put to rest due to mist and London seems to of been lost in drizzle for months. As soon as we get the right conditions a full tutorial will appear on the blog as its part of the forthcoming book.

In the meantime Stuck in Customs – unique photography for unique people have some stunning HDR images of New York.

It is well worth taking a look at the full set of photographs via the main Stuck in Customs page.

Andy

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

One Comment

  • Hi-
    The HDR images are stunning. I look forward to the tutorial.

    I am starting a GIS masters in September at the University of Alberta, and was inspired by Dr. Batty when he lectured here last fall. I am going to try to focus my project in the area of modeling urban spaces with the hope that I will be able to build a 3-D model of Edmonton’s downtown. The dream is to import this model into Google Earth to allow members of the public access to the Urban Planning process. I have found this blog to be very helpful in understanding the process of digital geography and web 2.0. Thanks so much!

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