Animal Wallpaper. The biggest mistake made by the initial HDR photographers is that they think a photo finish when they tonemap images in Photomatix. Not so! Rarely will the images look perfect after only tonemapping in Photomatix. Generally, the photographer needs at least one more step to get perfect results. Power of HDR in the photo is a personal choice, but if too strong, can turn off big. Be careful with this setting if you want to do it right. After tonemapping your HDR images in Photomatix, open images in Photoshop and place tonemapped (non-HDR images you use to create HDR) original on top of each other in layers. I usually place a non HDR photo above. Now use the opacity slider Photoshop to reduce the opacity of the original image to this mingling with HDR. This will drastically improve how realistic HDR images you will look.