So let's assume your theory is right. and I should not bracket with moving people.
In that case de-selecting all photos in the -2 and the +2 range layer should make what I saw go away.......right?
Layers were shot at 1/15, 1/44 and 1/599999
So in the editor i deselected the first and the last, see picture below
Zoomed in on the girl again and....bazinga .....she made the turning with her head again. Same thing for the lady behind the bar.
The percentages at which I see the turning of the head is a bit higher now, that is a different.
Conclusion for the moment, theory rejected, we still have a bug in the editors preview
Try to think like a photographer: shooting bracketed when objects (people) move means to have at least parts of the objects multiple times on multple positions.
So: "the bug" definitely is the photographer . . .
HeÂ´d better had talked to the people to hold still for some seconds when he shoots (thatÂ´s what i do and what works quite well - or i wouldnÂ´t shoot. Very simple).
Additional to the moving between *bracketed-shots* come multiple placing of the objects in the multiple *pano-shots*.
So we have TWO different events here which need to be compensated:
2) sequential panoshots
Resulting in multiple positions multiply exposed per position. ThatÂ´s hard for the stitcher!
ONE source of multiplity is to process the brackted shots BEFORE stitchingt and use "ghost removal"
in the HDR-app.
This way thej stitcher still has to deal only with movings between the *pano-shots*. THIS movings between the sequential pano-positions you can compensate using the mask-tool.
What you get is a "clean" stitch without ghosts.
As an experienced photographer i know:
1) iÂ´d better avoid such situations at all
2) i do it - but have full controll about anything that moves. People never refused when i asked them to hold still for some seconds.
No other way in the end - THINK before you SHOOT . .