We have done posts before on high dynamic range photography-here is an excellent short tutorial on HDR. Included are sections on HDR processing software recommendations as well as image fine-tuning or tone mapping. Remember that HDR photography doesn’t require a particularly expensive DSLR camera, just one that allows you to manually underexpose or overexpose your photos. If you’re not really familiar with high dynamic range photography you should check out this article, absolutely stunning effects are possible with the technique. Now I’m just waiting for an iPhone app that will make it Â possible to take HDR photographs on my mobile device. I guess I’m kidding, right?