I recently completed an architectural photography course from the Burwell School of Photography. The two day course provided some tips and tricks for high dynamic range (HDR) photography for architecture. Currently, I do not use HDR in my photography but was interested in learning about it and seeing how I can apply it to my work.
In addition to some classroom instruction on Lightroom and HDR in general, we were given the opportunity to photography some interiors and exteriors. The first location was Southpointe Lexus. I have included some photos in the Architecture portfolio section of the website. The second location was Hotel MacDonald. Both locations provided some opportunities to apply the techniques that were provided in the course. See below for some samples
It was super cloudy and dreary so I spruced it up a little in photoshop - Instant green grass and blue skies.