I've always been fascinated by HDR photography. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and to briefly explain what it is I took the following from Lifehacker
HDR, as its name implies, is a method that aims to add more "dynamic range" to photographs, where dynamic range is the ratio of light to dark in a photograph. Instead of just taking one photo, HDR uses three photos, taken at different exposures. You can then use image editing software to put those three images together and highlight the best parts of each photo.
Now here I go talking about my new phone again. The camera has a one click edit to turn pictures into HDR pictures.
I took this one of my neighbors back yard. This is the original picture right off the camera with nothing done to it. It was a bit dark and gloomy this morning.
One click and a slight crop later it looked like this.
Granted it's no masterpiece but I love the look.
If you would like to see some beautiful examples of HDR photography check out the gallery at Captain Kimo's