In part one and two.
We discussed in our first two methods on How to Photograph a Room with a Large Window, how using the Select, and Re-Compose, and Flash method we were able to quickly capture the interior of a room and the view outside a window.
We discussed that there are times that a window should be washed out. Still in many cases we would like to be able to show at least some detail out the window of most rooms.
In this post we will venture in to using HDR photography to balance your exposures for both the interior lighting and the available light outside a window.