Glare Analysis and HDR Photography in Contemporary Architectural Practice

*Glare Analysis and HDR Photography in Contemporary Architectural Practice
Survey Time: Approximately 5 minutes

Survey Instructions_Glare Analysis & HDR Photography.pdf (14.5 KB)



Dear colleague,

This is your opportunity to influence future developments in high dynamic
range photography as a pioneering tool for glare analysis in architectural

You are invited to participate in an online survey on the current methods
for glare analysis methods and its relation to high dynamic range
photography. The research is carried out as part of a Master’s thesis by
Rashida Mogri, Graduate School of Design at Harvard University (GSD). The
outcome of the survey will be used to

• identify established methods of glare study
• better understand design practitioners’ understanding of HDR
• judge viability of HDR photography as a tool for glare analysis in
future design projects

We would like you to fill out an online questionnaire about your design
experience particularly how it relates to glare analysis through new
developments in high dynamic range photography. Please respond to all
questions as openly and honestly as possible. There are no right or wrong
answers; it is only your opinions that are important.

All of the information that we obtain from you through this survey will be
kept confidential. Your participation in this research is voluntary. Should
you decide to participate in the survey, you still reserve the right to end
your participation at any time and for any reason, without prejudice.

If you are interested in participating in this survey, please go to

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Should you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Dr. Christoph
Reinhart at [email protected] or Rashida Mogri at
[email protected].

Rashida Mogri | LEED AP
Harvard Graduate School of Design
MDesS, 2011 | Sustainable Design