I'm not a big fan of HDR images, but I have various exposures in the archives and I'm starting to process them. This is an HDR image of 3 shots, at 3 different exposures (for those who are not familiar with HDR photography). There are certain situations when you have to use HDR, this is when the context you are attempting to shoot has high contrasts, and one only shot will end up either over or underexposed in certain parts of the picture. One more thing, these images were shot handheld, ideally you should use a tripod, so you don't have alignment problems when processing. Let me know what you think please, cheers.
This is the Orsay Museum after sunset, Paris, France.
Tip: Read more about HDR here