I've been working on real estate shoots at Northstar-at-Tahoe these last couple of days.
I am not the biggest fan of HDR (High dynamic range) photography, but in certain places it has its uses, such as real estate, in order to make something look as life-like as possible. Here I used a combination of off-camera flash and multiple exposures. I was originally going to try and use flashes only, but it killed the flow of the light throughout the house and just did not look as good. You can still see places where I used flash instead of HDR, for example, in the photo of the pullman-style beds. That is entirely lit with flash with CTO gels to warm up the light a bit.
I move in the 1st of June.
Now I'm just confusing dreams with reality. Har har har.