If, some people would listen to what TREY RATCLIFF said in his presentation at google. One of his first photographs that he presented, he basically said " I took this piece of crap photograph with my $9,000.00 Nikon D3, but by bracketing two more images, I was able to make a very nice photograph through HDR processing.
Trey Ratcliff, is a very talented young man, excuse me he is only 40. And he does take some very good photographs. But he makes his money by his books, dvd's and making guest appearances.
The biggest problem, and turn off, about HDR is the lack of study about how to operate the various HDR programs. To the point that a very good photograph either start, or winds up looking like a cartoon.
Again, know your equipment, and know the software that you use to process your photographs. No one piece of software does it all. I use more than one HDR program, just as I use more than one camera or lens.
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