Oh my goodness – HDR photos are so much fun and really easy to compile using Photomatrix software! With my camera on a tripod, I set my camera up to bracket three images of the same scene together – this took photos of the correct expose, one over exposed by two stops and one underexposed by two stops. I then downloaded the free Photomatrix trial from their website (http://www.hdrsoft.com/download.html) and compiled the three images together to show the high dynamic range, and made adjustments using the tonal mapping features. I also enhanced some of the colours and lighting all in Photomatrix. The image below was made from just one JPEG image, which I edited to create a HDR look!