landscapes as part of their work. Landscapes have the depth and light to make for some very compelling HDR photography.
Another type of photography to consider for HDR image merging is still life photographs of different exposures. No, not still life photographs of plain or solid objects in front of a white wall. There's no texture to that.
HDR photographs that are not landscapes need texture. A good example of texture is the photo to your left. Lots of it there--rough wood door, smooth discolored bricks, old wood framing and multicolored vines.
If you're considering photographing still life scenes always consider the texture. If there isn't much of that, you don't really need to bother with HDR.
Many still life scenes can be found in old neighborhoods--antiquated architecture that has gone through the test of time, qualities that a lot of modern architecture don't have.