Mount Rainier on Jan 22, 2011. Combined from 600+ images taken with a Canon 7D on manual exposure settings, every 3 seconds using an intervalometer.
The RAW image data was used to create 3 separate exposure/tone-mapped sequences (one calibrated for each of the beginning, middle and end of the sequence).
Those sequences were combined with varying levels of opacity to more accurately re-create the imagery as the eye sees it. (Without the 3-exposure bracketing the image would have begun so bright that the mountain wouldn’t be visible, then moved to the middle as it is here, then gotten dark too quickly to see anything.)