As simple as that, the first test blog post goes up.
Here is the first image associated with this post. This shot was taken last year when we actually had a few clouds up in the sky on a Dubai "winter" evening. We managed to find a nice secluded spot just off the main highway where the gravel was just hard enough for the car to safely go off-road.
The post-processing behind this image uses luminosity masks in photoshop to selectively blend in different parts of the image shot at varying exposure levels.
Nik Software's (now Google) Color Efex Pro 4 was used to punch up overall details and grit on the ground and then selectively masked in as well.
I use this technique a lot in my images today as HDR tone-mapping causes a lot of noise and unwanted artefacts in the final output once sharpened.