This is the Non Dual-Iso version of the image in the previous page. The highlights are all the way to the left in the highlights slider(minimum) and the shadows all the way to the right. I tried to get them very close in appearance but didn't put too much time into it The only manipulation was with LR's gradual filter over the sun/clouds, about 1/2 stop on the dual ISO and about 1 stop on the non dual ISO.
Just to clarify, in the dual ISO image -- ML was set to 100/800. Meaning the highlights were exposed at ISO 100 and the shadows at ISO 800. The 6D does very well with higher ISOs so the 800 is not too much of a strain on the final product. Since ML exposes one row of sensors at 100 and the other at 800 there is a loss in resolution on both sides of the fence but that seems a better compromise than to expose for the highlights and pull the shadows that much. The odd thing is that even images that shouldn't benefit from the dual-ISO due to the fact that the DR is not that much seem to have more "POP" the normally exposed images. I took these images with and without Dual-ISO just to see what could be done https://www.flickr.com/gp/76233298@N02/2W89M9
Disclaimer -- As time goes by, I'm becoming a bigger ML fanboy