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From "Take Great Home Photos the Easy Way": Take low shots. One really important compositional consideration is how high the camera is off the ground. I like to shoot with my camera about 40 inches off the floor. When your camera sits lower than eye level, your photos will look more like those you see in magazines.
From "10 Tips for Making a Teeny Tiny Office Work": 9. Downsize the chair. This is a simple switch, but one that makes a big difference. So many office chairs are enormous and bulky. Switch your behemoth for a smaller chair and you'll free up tons of space you didn't know you had.
From "How to Take Home Design Photos": Focus on details. Using a low aperture is an easy way to focus in on details in a space. An aperture of 2 to 3 is perfect for focusing on an object in the foreground and then blurring out the rest of the background. For photos that are crisp and sharp in every corner of the photo, use a higher aperture.