Just wondering.. If you're shooting something that has too much movement to do a PROPER bracketed series of exposures, could you cheat and create several exposures from one RAW file?
I'm finding when trying to do a proper HDR, say, of a forest scene, if there's ANY wind or movement, then the images are off and there's a lot of ghosting. PS5 helps with this a bit, but.. Just wondering af any of you post wizards have had any luck with single RAW file HDR's? If so, care to post any examples along with a bit of your process?