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Looks like you got some good tips. For color balance, it’s usually easier and cheaper to gel the interior light sources to approximate daylight. Gelling the windows is laborious and expensive.

For the other issue, exposure. You need to either increase the interior illumination or decrease the exterior. Shooting at night, like faqvideo suggested, is a good idea, but you will lose the exterior. Shooting at dawn or dusk might help.

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