Here’s one of those classic exposure range conundrums that can be tackled with HDRI photography. Three exposures were made to captured the deepest shadow details inside the covered bridge (which is right next to the suspension bridge above) and the bright bricks of the building lit by direct midday sun. I placed the flat bottom of the Sigma DP1x right on the boards of the bridge to fire off the series of perspective shots that were made into a single image with the powerful, yet simple-to-use HDR Express.