Interior and black & white
Interior photography is one area that always looks good when given the HDR treatment, as these locations often feature high- contrast light; bright windows set against the darker interior corners will always be a difficult exposure to contend with. It can also be a challenge owing to mixed lighting. Areas lit by different light sources can make post-processing difficult, so converting an image to black & white can help because mono naturally removes colour inconsistencies.
Regardless of whether you have a seemingly impossible image where black & white seems like the only option, or when you believe the scene requires a particular treatment, almost any HDR image could work with this treatment – they just seem to go together.
Black & white HDR works well for interior shots Nikon D610, 16-35mm, bracketed exposures at f/11, ISO 125