I have wanted to try the UK's Environment Agency LiDAR data for a long time. For this map, I used DTM and DSM downloaded from data.gov.uk at 2 meters resolution. The visualization involves a hillshade derived from DTM and the canopy height layer is generated by subtracting the DTM from the DSM

While scrolling on Twitter, I saw an eye-catching worldwide population map and lucky me, it offered a tutorial on how to recreate the technique for any country in the world. In this case, I chose Panama. As you can see on the map, the high peaks to the south represent Panama city, and to the north, the Atlantic city...

I came across the Lord of the Rings-style a while ago and always had it in my mind wanting to give it a try. This is a QGIS style that can be found here. I will definitely try this style again in a different location, I really liked how it turned out and besides, I am a Tolkien...