So, I got this really cool summer internship shooting architectural photography for an architectural firm and I have a few questions. My main subjects are arts & crafts homes here in Portland. First: What's a good resource for lighting interiors? I've been reading my a** off trying to find this info out, but most of the books and info I've found has been regarding portraiture. I'm taking the strobist approach, as I'm on an Intern budget. So far, I'm semi pleased with my ability to light, but I'm still basically shooting in the dark as to how to properly approach it. I understand the basics of lighting, and I can get even light around a room, but I feel like I'm being too heavy handed in the wrong places. Second: When the sun is out, is it ok to use HDR to even out the exposure on an exterior shot? I'm worried that this may be considered "amateur". I'm not always responsible for scheduling my shoots, and I will often get stuck shooting at 2pm in bright sunlight. I also try to be as subtle with it as possible while maintaining a decent exposure (i.e. no cartoony/gimicky junk) Third: How much perspective distortion is considered OK? I have a terrible habit of shooting to wide and too close. It's a nasty habit picked up while shooting weddings and it really screws up my ability to crop when I adjust the perspective. From what I gather from looking at others work, I should just focus on vertical lines, correct? And here are a few of my pics from one of my first shoots, if anyone feels like commenting or critiquing. They are under copyright from my employer. Thanks!