some of them are outstanding examples of how an image would probably look like in real life and the closest captured by a camera. most of the times HDRs look fake with the high dynamic range looking like a rainbow on every object.
Thanks for this great list of tutorials!
You find my tutorials at my site: http://www.hdrfoto.dk - only in danish.
And some reviews of old lenses (M42 and OM); some available in English too.
That's a nice site John. The black really shows off the intensity of the HDR.
Most of my last few photos were done using HDR Pro in Photoshop CS5. I like HDR. You have taken it to a new level!
Thank you for your kind words; actually I also go around the country a lot teaching HDR to other amateur photographers - and its very good dun to do that.
And lately I have started teaching more specific about the handling of photomatix and the afterwork that is always required due to the stuff that eg. tonemapping does to the finished picture.
Some day I might find time to translate my guides into English too - I hope.