Pie charts break down how color palettes in photographs change from country to country in Europe

 

 

Programmer and photographer Jack Mahoney and his friend Eric Hartsuyker, decided to make use of data from EyeEm (a photo sharing site popular in Europe) to see how the colors in photographs change across Europe. With the help of some clever programming and queries to the photo-sharing platform, the two dug up HSL (hue, saturation, luminance) information and turned it into pie charts of color frequency, broken up by country.

After figuring out how best to make use of public APIs from EyeEm, the pair finally stumbled across the…

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