1. Good shooting angle
Which photo is better: just a spiral staircase from the side or the same staircase, but photographed from the top point with steps running down like a fan? In which case a viewer feels a sense of space and height? The answer is obvious.
So, photo of any building or its interior, as well as a photograph of a person, may look different depending on the shooting angle. It is important to realize it. And be able to use it. Before taking pictures, we recommend you examine the appearance of the house from all sides. And — to observe the house during the day and find out what hours the lighting falls on the facade in the most advantageous way. Some buildings look better from above, while others look better from below. For example, if your country house is located on a hill, and a staircase leads to the entrance, a professional photographer can portray him as majestic castle. In general, try to capture the scene, which creates a feeling of warm and welcoming haven.
As for rooms, never take direct shots of the walls. It's better to take pictures from the corner, so you get a sense of depth inside the image.