Testing out HDR PRO in Photoshop CS5. It produces some surrealistic effects and come with many presets that give you a starting point, making the HDR process pretty simple for beginners, yet still having advanced options for professional graphics designers. It really shines when you have more RAW pictures, 1 under exposed, 1 regular and 1 over exposed, it does a great job of utilizing the RAW data. Also new to CS5 is the ability to simulate HDR with a normal JPEG image. Its not nearly as good as having 3-5 RAW images, but you can still do some pretty impressive effects.