Some of you will think, “please not again, another discussion about HDR”. I do not want to enter in this discussion saying that it is good or bad, you should do or not. I feel it is a pure personal choice and taste.
Someone feel it is needed to have a very wide dynamic range, I believe Teo Ratcliff and his photos are one of the most interesting expression of this technique.
In the last days I came across an interesting article from Bruce Percy discussing about “low dynamic range”. I consider his work astonishing even more considering it is made through film and not digital process.