Ed, i got some time this morning so i was trying out your method, really good method if i m going to be honest. Because with this method i dont have to worry about misplacing the camera when taking those 3 shots due to the manual EV setting that i have.
So took some old photos of mine that i though i could use as HDR and there are the results
Barajas Airport, Madrid:
Okay after looking at this image i wasnt happy at all with it so i changed everything gave it a more brighter look, that airport is really brigh and the wood colors match the yellow really well, so this is a more realistic view of it!
Boat Wreck, found this in the forest
I m not really happe about this one to be honest, its came out looking to a grey! But the wood in the back of th boat looks really nice. The problem with HDR that i have realised untill now is that its very hard to maintian a "natural" sky, i was actualy thinking of doing some PS on them putting the "normal" sky from the actual image but i was in a hurry so maybe to night i will do that
The Train Station again, this time its been croped and straightened
All of these were created from JPEG files so they look diffrent from the ones i previously did, i m going to play aroud with HDR these days because i m without a lens so i might as well do someting worthwhile to kill time
Thanks Ed for teaching me this!