In my previous post I showed some images with wires going through them.
Generally in photography, we want to be aware of wires crossing our images just for aesthetic purposes.
But in HDR imaging we need to be even more concious of them. In the first place, any movement of those wires between frames will resulting in “Ghosting” of the wires.
Beyond that, dark contrasty wires against a bright sky prove to be a challenge to the HDR software itself causeing haloing and also color banding on either side of that wire/contrast point.
So do your best to keep wires out of your composition for a number of reasons