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A HDR merged from three -1 0 +1 stop EV handheld shot Jpegs. Processed with Nik HDR and Nik Analog Efex.

 

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A very good application of HDR, welcoming and using the unreality.

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An interesting scene that isn't harmed by HDR - could it have coped with bracketing two stops off centre?

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