Hillshading

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It has been proposed that this page be deleted or replaced by a redirect. See the discussion page for further information.
The given reason is: This page is incomplete/seems to be an incomplete stub. It does not mention how to generate the hillshade. Hillshade can be added to maps by any rendering supporting raster sources. Instead of investing time into this page to make it better, I think it is easier to just delete this page. --Nakaner (talk) 14:48, 11 August 2021 (UTC).
hillshading by OpenMapSurfer (MapSurfer.NET rendering)

Hillshading is a technique for creating relief maps, showing the topographical shape of hills and mountains using shading (levels of gray) on a map, just to indicate relative slopes, mountain ridges, not absolute height.

OpenStreetMap data can be combined with relief data in a rendering tool, and several tools support hillshading: