EDIT: So I went back into CS5 and decided to use all 5 exposures. I also tried to reduce the halos I was getting while also bringing out more detail from the shadows as suggested. Oh and also, since we're talking mainly about processing, I didn't bother to crop this one. Tell me what you think! Better? Worse? ================ ORIGINAL POST: Hey all, So I headed onto campus today hoping to shoot another building in HDR, but the lighting was never how I wanted it, so it'll have to wait for another day. However, on my way out, I saw this building and thought "Eh, why not?" so I gave it a try. I wasn't concerned with composition, but rather just figuring out how to properly take the various exposures so when the time comes I can get the shot I really want, of that other building I mentioned. Anyways, I'm just curious if you all have any suggestions on processing? The sun was barely up, so most of the building was a bit drab (flat tan/yellow) in color, and a gold shade was being cast on things, so I wasn't quite sure how I might process it. I suspect that there also isn't really enough range in the photo to be a good candidate for HDR in the first place, but I'm curious of your thoughts. Any tips on processing would be greatly appreciated! With any luck, I'll get the lighting I want on my other building, and then I'll have a photo worth processing Thanks, and no need to be gentle!