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Smoothing DEM using GRASS?

I have a SRTM DEM and I want to create a shaded relief from it. I created the shaded relief in GRASS and the result is very nice, but a little rough because the area is near flat and the DEM is 90m in ...
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QGIS elevation and relief shade

I am trying to generate a map with terrain and elevation in QGIS and as a beginner I have followed tutorials on how to generate contours and hill shades succesfully. However, I don't know what are the ...
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Can I reproduce this classic cartographic hillshade relief effect (hachures) electronically using modern DEM data?

I own a number of old cetral-European maps and I always liked the classic hand-drawn cartographic hillshade relief presentation that these maps feature. I am not wanting to reproduce the shading (...
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Plotting elevation maps and shaded relief images from latitude, longitude, and elevation pairs [closed]

I have a set of latitude, longitude, and elevation pairs (roughly a grid of such values, though it is not uniform), and I'd like to be able to plot an elevation map and perhaps also a shaded relief ...
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Shaded relief from DEM in GRASS and QGIS

I have been trying to get a good looking shaded relief model out of GRASS and Qgis for a day or so now and just can't seem to get it. The biggest problem I'm having is the valleys look like mountains,...
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Emulating “Swiss style” shaded relief with ArcGIS tools?

Is there a way to create a Swiss style (or other hand-shaded-like styles) shaded relief from a dem using ArcGIS tools alone?
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Georeferencing PNG with transparency via gdal produce “green pixels” in QGIS?

This is just intriguing while not blocking my way, but I wonder what is going on and would like to get feedbacks from more experienced users. 1) Given a trans.png file (1.1MB) looks good and ...