If this image and post title look familiar to long term visitors of this site, it is because they both recall this post. This is a pool/fountain on a plaza behind the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). I had occasion to return to Los Angeles for another business trip this week, and this time had much less time for photography. Nevertheless, I managed to put together a very handy travel photography kit that can even handle night time HDR. I simply put my Olympus E-PL1 (a micro 4/3s camera) on a Gorillapod. The E-PL1 only brackets three shots 0 and +/-1 EV, but you can also set the EV on the camera to start at any point up to plus or minus 3 EV. So, if you take 3 brackets centered around -3, 0, and +3, you end up with nine shots covering every whole number from -4 to +4. That is enough for almost every situation. While it sometimes happens, it is rare that you will ever need more than 9 brackets for most HDR shots.
Once I merged the exposures into the tonemapped image, the biggest editing I did was color correction and a white balance fix.