One of my best, early, realistic HDR shots, where I got the textures and range I wanted, without it looking, well like an HDR image.
HDR is such a big part of my interior photography workflow now, as I can get the detail in the shadows in a room and the brighter outside the window bits with all looking nice and natural, which is what I want. And what my clients want.
I have incorporated processes I learnt on shots like this into my commercial interior photography workflow now. So this is a piece of pre 2014 photography that has been used as part of my learning process.
Is this a good portfolio shot? Absolutely.
See you soon for image number 25 - not many more to go now on my blog at