Hi Everyone =) I have been playing around with the processing of HDRs to make them as realistic or as interesting as possible. I am not a big fan of HDRs that have low contrast, high saturation or nasty halo artifacts. I wont go into too much detail about how I did these but the basic principle is they are a blend of a Photomatix tonemap and a Photoshop HDR. They have been blended in Photoshop using various layer styles and adjustment layers. I would be interested to know what people think since I am still learning a lot about this stuff and there is so much you can do with them. Anyway here are some images from Wells Cathedral (Somerset) taken on my holiday to England in April. See large version here. See large version here. View attachment 103633 See larger version here. View attachment 103634 See large version here. View attachment 103635 See large version here. here. View attachment 103637 See large version here. See large version here. I also made a compilation image so you can see how the HDR compares to the original exposures: View attachment 103639 See large version here. I also found this nice little place: All Saint's Church - Sutton Bingham (Dorset/England). The size of this place was so different from Wells but the lighting was so lovely I just had to include these too. I am quite happy that I managed to process these how I remember seeing them. View attachment 103640 See large version here. View attachment 103641 See large version here. All these images were taken on a Nikon D2H with Nikon 17-55mm and with a Manfrotto tripod using 9 exposure brackets (1 stop apart) for the HDR.