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I'm not new to photography (I have been doing it for some years) but I have been doing some HDR for the last couple of months.
I have read How to Take HDR Photos of Moving Objects? and I am asking here because I am not satisfied with what I have read to date.
When I bracket my images, they tend to come out fine but only if there is little movement in the scene. HDR allows you to capture a lot of dynamic range but if certain things move then there are ghosts. I find that deghosting tools can help if only small parts of the image move but if you have a passing car or leaves blowing in the wind the image tends to be pretty ugly.
People have suggested that I use a single RAW image but it simply does not capture enough dynamic range, and I can I capture all the dynamic range in one single exposure then the scene does not contain enough contrast in the first place so HDR is of no use.
Are there better ways to make an HDR image of a scene that includes moving objects?