I normally process my HDR images with HDR Efex Pro but I saw a tip that shows how you can use LR 4.1 and Photoshop to process your HDR so I gave it a try and here is the result. Here is the link to the tip.
Here is the version from HDR Efex Pro
I think the basic processing was equally well done however, HDR Efex Pro has some presets to help add interest to the image.
I was driving over to Newport to get to the Castle Hill Lighthouse at Sunset but I was running late so I ended up with a picture of the Mount Hope Bridge. The first shot was the middle exposure of a three shot series (-2, 0, +2) that I had planned to use to make an HDR image. The second shot is the HDR image which I made with HDR effects Pro. Please post some comments. Which image do you like the regular shot or the HDR image.
The last shot is a far out HDR of Castle Hill Lighthouse. It was much too dark to get anything better.
One of my favorite fishing holes. I even got to sleep in late because this was the day before moving the clocks back one hour. So this was the latest sunrise time all year (7:22 am).
This was an HDR image I took after hurricane Irene. Black Point, Narragansett RI.
This image was taken at Black Point in Narragansett, RI. I experimented with HDR Efex and I’m very impressed.