Hey all - yeah yeah, I know everyone's feelings about HDR, but point in fact is that at times it is a very very useful tool. It can be done to produce realistic images, and it is probably the only way to capture the dynamic range (dr) of an image that has up to 14/15 EV. So I thought I'd post some resource material. Here's a good place to start: http://www.hdrlabs.com/book/index.html The tools tab lists a lot of good HDR utilities. I'm using Essential HDR right now - much better and quicker tool than Photomatix for what I do.