Terrain-Augmented Imagery

10 thoughts on “Terrain-Augmented Imagery”

  1. Glad to see there is a way to do this in Esri products now. I usually do this sort of thing with the layer blend properties in QGIS, which work more like blending layers in Photoshop or GIMP. I may have to do a write-up on that…

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  2. Hi John- is there a quick and easy methodology to achieve the same results in Desktop rather than Pro? I can play with the histogram but there doesn’t seem to be any way to customise transparency levels beyond separating the raster out into disparate parts for each display level of interest and symbolising accordingly.



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