Here I played around with HDR some. It's essentially faked HDR, which is faked photography, but who really cares? It's all about the image. Now, the problem with the image is the loss of fidelity. I used a pretty cheap HDR program, and I got the exposures by using Aperture's 'quick fix' settings to increase the exposure one stop, exported that image, then increased the exposure two stops, exported that image, then decreased the exposure one stop from the original, then exported that image. Then I took those four images (the original, +1, +2 and -1 exposures) and used HDR studio, a cheap program for macs to create the final image. All this processing in the JPEG format led to some noticeable degradation of the image. But overall, I was pretty happy with the final image and the colors that came out.