I’ve been experimenting with a few HDR techniques recently – shooting local landscapes and basically trying to get the technique down. The shots are created from three exposures of the same scene, merged together digitally to retain detail throughout the shadows, highlights and midtones. This sort of detail could never be captured in one exposure using a camera, but is much more true to what your eye sees when taking in a scene.
Many of these shots do have a slight blurriness, due to my reluctance to lug around a tripod to ensure my separate exposures match up nicely. The processing software allows you to get away with quite a lot of movement – where it falls down is where the subject has moved between the exposures, such as when shooting water, or tree branches in the breeze.