It shows in your work, David. Just looked at your site for the first time. Glad I did.
Sweetest looking interior/exterior architectural renderings I've ever seen even with the sharpening halos. The most tasteful HDR tone mapping I've seen lately. I assume you used layer masking techniques to get the halo-less clarity on all the flat surfaces along with good lighting. I bet shadows taper and smooth out nicely on a commercial press using perceptual rendering intent.
Thanks, Tim. However, I did not use any HDR/tonemapping for any of the images there. I did use exposure fusion for a couple of interior images, which some people classify as HDR, but that is it. I do often use multiple exposures for contrast control (among many other things), but that is with Photoshop masking and layering, often combined with supplementary lighting for the interiors (and sometimes the exteriors).