As you know, I'm a frequent contributor to HDR Spotting. For those of you who don't know what that is, I suggest you take a look at the site. I like to look at other photographers submissions. All those HDR images in one place, it's a great way to learn. I don't try to copy any one particular style but every once in a while I ask myself, "how does he/she do that?".
Evan Gearing is one of those photographers. His compositions are excellent and there's something about his processing style that, for me, is intriguing. I found his blog where he tells something about each capture and his precessing method.
It's a great place to visit, see great images and get some good ideas for HDR processing. He uses some filters that I have never seen mentioned before, and they work. Give it a look.
Let me know what you think.