Entryway shot. Use the table from the bottom image, the less bulky one to showcase the LH camera. Use the angle and lighting of the LH camera on the bulkier table as it is more flattering to the product. Move the table in frame slightly.
Remove mirror from living room wall on right. A touch of wallpaper is ok here? Also try backing up more to catch stair railing.
Please confirm this is good placement of the LH camera, we don't know where else to place it. We did try it on the actual bookshelf and moved that forward but it felt out of place. We will try to get a little more background here but this is how it may crop.
Also, we will get a horizontal though the vertical may work better with the door shape and layout of the entry itself.
Vertical and horizontal of living room / couch shots. Items near back shelf will be removed. Lamp table will be simplified and the lamp will be moved so it is not as close to the subject's head or removed completely.
Is this a good placement of the LH camera? (option 1: in foreground on coffee table) or should it be placed on the lamp table (option 2: behind Gabe, near lamp)?
Items behind Gabe on the kitchen counter will be simplified / propped.
Is this a good location for the LH camera (option 1: in window) or should it be more prominent on the kitchen table (option 2) or on the kitchen counter where the phone currently is (option 3)?
The window scene outside in this shot will need to be done in post, it is a small space and we won't be able to omit the reflection of the light/umbrella. We can shoot mostly at the same angle so the window retouching can be utilized in many versions of this shot.
Two options for the stairs shots. We are liking the TV cabinet closed, let us know if you agree. The props on the table with the lamp and LH camera will be simiplified. Is this promient enough placement of the camera? It might feel unnatural if placed elsewhere. There isn't actually a hallway into this living room (the one without the wallpaper). This feels good to shoot the elderly woman entering the living room, with her caretaker and also falling.