You may or may not have heard of High Dynamic Range, commonly referred to as HDR. The benefit of HDR is that the final image is a combination of multiple images that result in the correct exposure for the lights and the darks.
In this example, the light coming through the windows is bright and the rest of the image is dark. Shooting for a combined HDR image is not always needed, but at times when there is a big difference in lighting it can make a big difference.
As part of my services, I will shoot all images in HDR in order to provide the best images possible for your client’s home.