I have been shooting for HDR (high dynamic range) since 2009. Used by photography enthusiasts and now architectural photographers, HDR brings an image vividly to life through a dramatic balance in contrast which allows more detail to become visible. Outside views through windows such as trees, lakes, and clouds are clear and detail-rich instead of the usually dull, "overblown" whites. Kitchen cupboards reveal their contents instead of being underexposed, black voids.
I am an early adopter of HDR. I have developed a technique that renders architectural images both interior and exterior pleasing to the eye and artistic yet remain true to reality.