which tone mapping program did you use? and holy smokes photoshop 3 and 4? you need CS4! lol anyways, i liked em, but the crazy hard line from cloud to white sky kinda killed it a little for me, if you could work on that part a little bit i think itd look betterYeah i was down in FL a month ago, but i didn't have my tripod with me unfortunatly.
Yeah all the images are composed of 5 shots, one of them i used 9 shots (overkill i know).
I like HDR, some people don't. It gives it a painting look, which i like.
As long as you know its HDR and not just one image and look at it like a painting that was made with 5 real images, you might understand/appreciate it more. Its got some touching up but its using real images, i just took the tones out of each part i liked to combine it into one photo.
I used Photoshop 3 for 1 of the images, and photoshop 4 for the other 2. Even if you make an HDR, you still need to adjust the tones, and i use a tone mapping program to accomplish this.