Once I downloaded these to my computer I processed them just like any other HDR photos. In Photoshop I just had to get rid of some of the noise. It was pretty bad in the sky. I then cropped the bottom just a little, and applied a very light vignette to everywhere except the top. Finally, I used Unsharp Mask only on the road to bring out some of the detail.
I thought it turned out ok considering it came from a cell phone, and it's my first one. It just goes to show that you don't need thousands of dollars in equipment. Just a cell phone, which most people have these days, and a $100 HDR program. (Photoshop helps too, but I could actually do 90% of the stuff I do on here with a free photo editing program that I used to have.)