Tim Armes recently announced his latest version of Lightroom/Enfuse 3.0. For those of you that are not familiar with LR/Enfuse take a look at my post back in March of this year on LR/Enfuse. In summary, LR/Enfuse is a Lightroom plug-in that provides a convenient interface onto the open source Enfuse application, which provides excellent blending of multiple exposures of the same scene into one final image.
There are several implementations of Exposure Fusion processing, which I won't list here, but Tim's implementation is my favorite because:
In my opinion, LR/Enfuse is the easiest and fastest post processing approach to get beautifully exposed skies in exterior shots and excellent window exposure in interior shots. You can either shoot a series of images a few stops apart, as with traditional HDR, or you can use a RAW image and open it twice, once adjusting exposure correctly for sky (or windows) and a second time for non-sky (or windows) and enfuse the two images to create a final image with the best exposure of both images.
I've decided that this technique is so important for real estate photographers that I'm going to create a tutorial video that demonstrates how to use LR/Enfuse. In the mean time give it a try and be sure to give Tim a good sized donation!