Night Time Photography and Photometric accuracy in night time visualisations
The Impact Assessment Network webinar on night time photography and visualisations will introduce practical guidance and solutions to carrying out work which will pass rigorous technical scrutiny
The purpose of the webinar is to introduce the delegates to the practical approach to successful night time photography and the creation of accurate visualisations.
- Mike Spence - MSEnvironmental and IA Steering Group member
- Karam Bhamra and Dominic Meyrick from Hoare Lea
The webinar is aimed at EIA practitioners, reviewers and stakeholders. The webinar will help introduce the key themes and approaches to tackling this complex technical area.
Night Time Photography and Photometric accuracy in night time visualisations, Webinar slides - R, Howard, IEMA - CLICK HERE
Night Time Technical Photography: How to get it right every time - M, Spence - MSEnvironmental - CLICK HERE
Night Time Lighting - D, Meyrick & K, Bhamra, Hoare Lea - CLICK HERE
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