This is a house that my architecture practice completed a few months ago.
Photos were taken during a defects check-up meeting when the house was already rented to a family with a couple of small children and a dog. Super cute, but super messy as expected! Post-processing in Photoshop saved the day. Additionally, it was a challenge as it was an extremely dark day without any possibility to use a tripod, and the house was full of contractors walking into the shots...
Basically, that first attempt at interior photography posed me most of the challenges I could think about, which I find incredibly valuable. And your class helped a ton! Thank you.
All taken with Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM mounted on Canon EOS 60D. Not the most optimal gear, but I have the advantage of being very confident while using it - this is my primary lens, which I shoot 99% of the time. I have been thinking about the Canon EF-S10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens for some time as they would also be suitable for the type of travel photography that I do. I'd be really curious to hear an additional opinion on them, however!