alexdesign wrote in post #12886945
it was from 3 frames, I actually had 5 frames but the program only accepts 3. And no it's not fake HDR have all 3 photos can post them here if needed.
Photoshop will merge more than three images (In Bridge, Tools/Photoshop/Merge to HDR). Photoshop does a pretty good job of exactly aligning the images.
To prevent blurs, make sure that bracketing is changing only the shutter speed. If the aperture is changing, different exposures could have different ranges in focus. Also, take the pictures as quickly as possible so that clouds and leaves don't move in between exposures. (I didn't know these things until your post encouraged me to learn a bit more.)
I wonder if you'd get better results with less sunlight. Most of the good HDR photos I've seen were taken in low-light conditions. Maybe a neutral density filter would help.
I took a second look at the composition and still feel that I like the image cropped tight to the church, with no tree, and with the steeple shifted off center. Just my opinion. Thanks for letting me learn with you!