Now what were the points I made yesterday? Well, this is an HDR image showing the Castelrigg stone circle near Keswick, Cumbria.

Preparing it made me check how many frames I shot in the Lake District were intended for multiframe applications, in particular for HDR and panorama. The answer - 20% - was surprisingly high but illustrates how easy I think it now is to do this.

It also illustrates my point about the need for types of stacks if this feature is to help us with the multiframe work as well as best-of-burst identification. Looking for a picture in Lightroom's Library grid, I only knew the stack was intended as HDR because it was incredibly underexposed (said without irony - I would have deleted it earlier if the underexposure had been accidental).