As you know no camera in the world has the high dynamic range (HDR) of human eye. What I do is I apply my technical expertise ( science of ambient and artificial lights, focal length and angle of view of each lens) to mimic the range of human vision.
I take 3-5 bracketed shots of each setup at different exposures. I use a group of flashes and strobes as necessary.
In a normal shoot, I capture close to 150-200 shots of the house. In post production I use editing software like Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to merge, color correct, white balance and finally crop each and every picture.
Never quit until I feel one hundred percent satisfied. This is how I separate pros from the novices.
When a parked car or an unwanted piece of furniture needs to be removed to give the prospective buyer a clean and real look of the property, I would use Photoshop tools like Cloning, Content Aware Fill, Patch and Healing.
Years of mastering the Adobe Photoshop, I can now offer these services to my clients.
Miracle of Digital Technology!!
When I shoot on a gloomy or overcast day, I give the option to my clients to replace the sky with a normal bright sky, AT NO COST.
This is a complicated layering process in Photoshop. I layer multiple shots of actual exterior and stock sky pics and merge them together.
Sky is the limit!
At times, you shoot an Interior where owner has moved out. I can show the buyer the possibility of a warm fireplace and a streaming TV channel.
When I take a daytime shot and convert into a Twilight pic, It takes in depth skill of Photoshop and Lightroom, in addition to artistic visualization.