Here is a magnificent sunset caught in Sensoji Temple in Asakusa. I've been here a couple of times and it is almost impossible to take a shot without capturing the tourists as well. So it is hard work for HDR photographers just to make the photo right. A lot of mixing was done with the original photo just to get rid of the ghosting. For some, they just shoot with a single exposure and just do a single RAW HDR image. But if a sunset is involved, I don't think it will capture so much detail. I usually bump up the ISO to minimize the movements of people so that it will be easier to mask them back to the HDR image.