Natural looking HDR is just like dodging and burning a B&W print. You over expose the shadows and under expose the highlights. It's been done in the wet darkroom for decades.Agree. I use HDR quite often to expand dynamic range, but am sure to make it subtle. My complaint about HDR is the overuse of the sliders, resulting in a comic book look. It's the same problem I have with over-saturation, and over-sharpening that seems the norm too often.