Norihisa Hosaka’s BURNIG CHROME finds its title’s origin in William Gibson’s short story “Burning Chrome” published in 1982. It is an imaginary story of near-future world introducing “cyberspace” and it brings the story a comic taste and a fantasy. BURNIG CHROME is created using digital photography with high dynamic range imaging (HDR) technique. He usually takes 7-9 images in the same scenery, then stack them into one special output by digital image editing. The technique put images wider dynamic range and most of the time, images get pictorial. You may see very strong contrast in an image and also ghostly silhouette of crowd.