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Will, I'm glad to see your views of your new town; you're making Chicago look as good as you did NYC...
Here's a "waterscape" with a 24-105L and polarizer, and a fireside family scene made with a 70-200 f/2.8 II...
I've used the in camera HDR feature of the 5DIII a few times; I find it...interesting, but I'd rather do it myself with software. I'm finding that the resulting HDR jpeg is not much different from the middle exposure of the three, at least using the "Natural" setting. Maybe I'm not setting enough stops' difference between frames, so I'll keep trying...any thoughts out there? BTW, the waterfall is not an HDR, it's just the middle of three brackets processed in LR4.
Cane Creek Falls
Canon EOS 5D Mark III EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens 24mm f/11.0 1/3s 100 ISO +0.3 EV
Even camping, we're a family of readers...:)
Canon EOS 5D Mark III EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens 85mm f/8.0 1/15s 800 ISO 0.0 EV