A. Open up Photoshop. File > automate
B. Hit the browse button. Select photos > last import. Get the five images with the five different exposures pressing command + mouse click.
C. Let Photoshop do it's thing to align the layers.
D. A box will come up. Use the presets on the top right to find what you like the best. "More saturated" emulates Trey Ratcliff's style the most but it's up to you as the artist to choose what you like.
E. Make sure the layers are totally aligned by pressing "get rid of ghosts".
F. Press "done" when you're happy with what you have.
G. Save as lastname-firstname-HDR-Compositional rule in both PSD and JPG for yourself in your finished projects folder, and a jpeg for grading in 12-15-2015 HDR Landscape folder in the shared folder. You will have five images total. Remember: Rule of Thirds, Framing, Leading Line, Symmetry and Crop.