HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is defined is achieved by taking three or more photographs of the same image at different exposures. These images are then blended together and tone mapped to create a final image which provides a more uniformal colour range between the darker and lighter areas of the picture. This represents a more natural looking image which corresponds with what the eye actually sees. The tone mapping affect applied the blending of the three exposed images finally produces a picture that often can rersemble a painting rather then a photograph. Below are several examples of how I use HDR processing to create landscape images that are unique and full of depth and intrigue.