The Webb Building Group creates dreams! Whether an updated upper/lower living space or a new home, architectual photography, especially inside, takes special equipment, know-how and some photo editing tricks.
This finished upper level needed three photographs to complete the project:
#1) The top photo metered for the room itself. You'll see the lights in the ceiling as well as the windows are 'blown' out -- over exposed.
#2) Without moving the camera, the second expsosure was set for the ceiling lights and fan.
#3) The last photo was exposed so you could capture what was outisde the window.
The final version was a task of masking out different parts of the photos that you didn't want while at the same time making sure there were no 'blank' areas.