love_them_all: I wonder if he did extra pp in the first star fish shot. The HDR shows a deeper blue sky that the three raws images doesn't seem to have. Usually the under exposed ones should have the dark sky to be picked up in the HDR.
here you goAlthough the in-camera processing did a reasonably good job, I still brought the image into Photoshop. After checking the histogram I used a Levels adjustment layer to make sure the blacks were black and whites were white. I then boosted the saturation a bit. Next I added a blue gradual filter in Nik Software's Color Efex Pro and then as a final step, sharpened the image using Photoshop's Covert to Smart Filter > Unsharp Mask in order to make selective sharpening edits
Parsek: Great news, very interesting camera. Can not wait to see results.
PS: Canon needs to outfit all future dSLR's with swivel screens.
take a look at the A77 screen. It raises above the camera and rotates forward as well.
great shot Paul.