I've recently learned a great trick for getting natural HDR results for virtual tours without a lot of extra work.
If you have a camera that generates RAW files, your camera is already capturing much more exposure information than a typical JPEG can handle. Most RAW files store 12 bits per pixel, and some newer ones are 14-bit. A 12-bit file has 16x more information than a JPEG, and a14-bit file has 64x more information.
Coupled with good HDR software, a single RAW file… Continue