1.It is usually best to shoot in daylight and avoid flash — which can sometimes lend a blown-out and artificial appearance to a scene. It’s nice to turn on lights in a room just for a little point of brightness. If you do use a flash, be sure not to reflect the light off of glass or mirrors, because you’ll get a bright streak in the image that you won’t like.
2.Dusk is also a better time to photograph windows — low natural light will allow you to take pictures that aren’t blown out by midday sunlight.
3.For interiors especially, you will find that getting on your knees often offers the best angle.
4.Try not to take the photo when the sun is shining directly into the room.
5.Try turning the camera vertical to get a taller shot.