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In reply to yfan, 10 months ago

If the first image is a single shot original it looks like a medium to low dynamic range shot with no clipping of either shadows or highlights or clipping that could easily be fixed with highlight and shadow controls so why use HDR? If the first image is the 32 bit result of a multi shot HDR merge then save it as a TIFF and import it into a RAW convertor and process it to taste. However the light looks flat and has produced a flat looking image and probably doesn't NEED HDR techniques. I suspect that you are trying for a "dynamic" looking image that, if you succeed, will look artificial. This, of course, is just my opinion.

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