Teagan explains how to expose for both inside and outside
She says that there are a few ways you can go about doing this.
The first way will be by creating an HDR image. But with a large workload she finds this method to be very time-consuming and often somewhat unattractive.
2) External Flash
Use the external flashes to illuminate interiors and balance outside light.
3) Shoot at dawn or dusk
The most common technique of balancing internal and external exposure is to shoot when the ambient light outside is softer, around dawn or dusk. Then, switch on all the lights inside and maybe light some candles and fires to achieve a balance between the scenes.
4) Leave the outside overexposed
Sometimes Teagan leaves the outside overexposed to spread a beautiful glow of light into the room. This being her personal preference. “I love the cascade of clean light that floods in, giving the interior a bright, fresh feel.”