If the sky is too bright in your photos, you can use exposure bracketing to get a better outcome when taking photos. Whether it is real estate with a big bright window, or a sunset or sunrise with a really bright sky and a relatively dark foreground. By exposure bracketing your photos, you then have the tools to be able to increase the dynamic range of your camera to get the photograph you want. 

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I find that when I see that the histogram is really stretched out and is hitting both sides, exposure bracketing is the mode I switch to in my camera to get much better results. You do have to do a little more editing but not that much. Also as long as you manage your photos in lightroom well, exposure bracketing can be a great tool in your photography arsenal.

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