If you’ve hired a photographer who’s worth their salt, they will be hired to bring their own perspective to your project. I like to think of photographing interiors as a real time creative collaboration between designer & photographer. My job is not only to accurately document a 3D space onto a 2D surface but more so, to translate it so the viewer can actually feel the space.
That translation needs time to come to life. Give your photographer room to create & also be clear in communicating if something isn’t coming together the way you expected.
Each space will have physical constraints that may limit the possibility to achieve a particular shot. It’s best to communicate in real time to understand what can/can’t be achieved so no one is surprised later on. On my shoots, there is always a level of play & creative problem solving throughout the day.
Luckily beautiful results often come out of those constraints that make the images all the better.