This can be achieved in Photoshop as Ps is the application that be can used for such precise editing.
Thanks, but how?
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1. Use quick selection tool to make a selection around the top area of the temple. Once you have made the selection then make a copy of the that selection (by right clicking on the selection and choosing "Layer via Copy" option.).
2. Then use the clone tool to remove the background glow behind the temple.
3. Then put the Copied selection layer (we made in step 1) on the top in the layers panel.
This is commonly referred to as a halo. You will notice that the effect is also on the horizon.
The common fix is to reduce some of the processing effects in the HDR processing.
Thanks for the reply, ManiacJoe!
Which processing effects cause the halo? I use Lightroom/Photoshop to merge my HDRs.