Struggling with blown-out windows?

If you take real estate photos, you have probably run into this problem: You took an interior with bright windows, and ended up with ... a photo where the room is too dark, and yet the window is blown-out.

Some professional photographers use bulky and expensive lighting equipment to solve this problem. Others use a technique that produces more natural looking results when done well, and works with just a DSLR camera:

  • Take 3 or more photos, each with a different exposure
  • Merge them into an image where the room is bright,and the view is preserved.

Try the secret weapon of successful real estate photographers

  • No need for lighting equipment
  • Zero photo editing skills required
  • Natural looking results

Are you a pro photographer?

Check the HDR Real Estate Tutorial

The tutorial shows you the pro technique for photographing and rendering real estate interiors with bright windows.

Are you new to photography?

Try Photomatix Essentials RE

Photomatix Essentials RE comes with integrated help and step-by-step tutorials to show you how to create MLS-ready photos of real estate interiors.

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