I created this image using bracketing and HDR and put the three exposures together using Photomatix. I really like the warm colours and the patterned tiles showing up on the stairs.
This is not a HDR photo but has a similar feel. I made some minor adjustments in Camera Raw, increasing the exposure and shadows slightly. I like the contrast of the walls side to the image captured in the window reflection.
This is a one shot HDR with the help of Photomatix. The original was very dark and underexposed, which worked really well in photomatix as I was able to bring out the colours more. I used the spot healing rush in Photoshop to remove a few unwanted marks.
Some classmates set up this scene in the Saloon. I really like this composition and the moodiness to the scene. In Camera Raw I increased the red saturation and lighted the exposure slightly.
I loved the colour of the original photo, but wanted to see what it looked like in Sepia. I changed the colours to Sepia in Lightroom, using one of their presets. i liked the sepia colouring better in Lightroom than Photoshop.
The famous Bannack Barbers Chair!! I converted the original into black and white in Camera Raw using the grey scale converter. In Camera Raw I also adjusted the exposure and reds (the colour of the chairs seating) to make it contrast more against the background.