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On Nov 18, 2017, Alfred Molon wrote
(in article<>):

> What do you think about this picture:

I think that you have been able to achieve an acceptable balance recovering 
highlights, and shadow detail.

It might be interesting to compare the 0EV image with the final HDR.

Something like this:
> Photomatix Pro with five RAW images (0EV, +- 2EV, +-4EV);
> "photographic" setting.

This might be an opportunity to try the HDR capability of On1 PR 2018. ;-)
> The water of the waterfall and the sky on top are very bright, while the
> shadow areas in the trees are very dark.

A perfect scenario for HDR, or even exposure stacking without tone mapping.