Try High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography to capture the scene as you saw it.
Learn how pros use HDR to photograph real estate interiors without lighting equipment.
Photomatix Pro costs $99 and is a standalone program running on Windows and Mac.
The HDR Batch Plugin costs $49 and runs in Adobe Lightroom.
Photomatix Real Estate Camera runs on iPhone. Its in-app purchase option costs $9.99.
PhotomatixCL is a CLI tool running on Windows and Linux servers, and is available from $4.99/month.
2-Feb-23: Photomatix Pro 7 released, adding batching with previews, reuse of the ghost removal mask, and saving 32-bit DNG among other features.
23 Aug 2021: Photomatix Pro updated to version 6.3, adding native M1 support, with up to 60% boost in performance, and support for Canon EOS R and Nikon Z RAW files.
26 May 2021: The HDR Batch Plugin for Lightroom has been updated to version 2, adding the creation of unprocessed 32-bit HDR images, and saving as 32-bit DNG, 32-bit TIFF and OpenEXR.
23 January 2020: Photomatix Pro updated to version 6.2, adding a plugin for Capture One and Canon CR3 support.
5 March 2019: Photomatix Real Estate Camera, an iPhone app for taking high-quality real estate pictures without photography expertise, now available on the App Store.
26 March 2018: HDR Exposures Calculator now available in iOS. The free web version of the app is still available at HDRsoft.com/ev.
13 August 2017: Q&A on using HDR for a solar eclipse based on the questions from a user preparing to photograph the August 21 eclipse.
21-May-17: Photomatix Pro 6.0 released, adding a new HDR rendering method for realistic results, a Brush Tool, color adjustments, straightening, and more.
30-Sep-14: Photomatix Essentials updated to version 4, adding realistic-looking Tone Mapping and Finishing Touch options among other updates. Photomatix Essentials is an easy-to-use program intended for photographers who are new to HDR.