I am just beginning to explore High Dynamic Range by combining multiple bracketed shots using PhotoMatix. I have seen some great results posted here and elsewhere. Most of them bear an easily recognizable graphic signature, something close to the artistic comic book drawings. It is even so that I used an edge outline filter in PS here to get close to this effect : But I was wondering how I could use the HDR technique in "natural" landscape renditions. Here is the result, taken from five D200 shots, taken at 0, -2, -2 +1 and +2 EV, in one second ! For comparing, I also add the "0" image from the series. What strikes me is the difference in the clouds and in the far horizon. It was a damp and hot day in the St Lawrence valley, and the HDR is better in resolving the details at a distance, close to the horizon. What do you think ?