HDR is awesome!
Why I believe in HDR and post-processing

Would you agree that the time of the so called "Flickr HDR" has long passed?
If you don't know what I'm talking about - it's the picture which highlights were darker than its shadows. If you google for "Overdone HDR" you will see what I mean.

If you take a look at the straight-out-of-camera picture below on the left and compare it to the one on the right, would you agree that HDR (or tone-mapping) is a necessity today or do you believe that "real" landscape or fine-art images should be published in their pure "untouched by evil pixel-transformers" way?

I'm still looking for the best possible light that I might find for 5 minutes a day if I'm lucky. Shooting a series of brackets and converting them into a tone-mapped HDR image extends those 5 minutes to at least 1 hour or more.

Just sayin'....
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