Check out this video tutorial at Lightroom Killer Tips! Basically, you can export your set of exposures to Photoshop HDR (like you would if you use the Photoshop HDR feature) but instead of tone mapping it, you just save it as a tif so it re-imports back into Lightroom. From there you can adjust it like a normal image, but it has 10 stops of exposure compensation instead of 4! I haven’t tried it, but this could be my new HDR workflow! (though unless I want a more surreal HDR look)
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