We have three shots we need to execute and I'd appreciate your ideas on lighting and framing them. These are static shots, one point perspectives, shown each for a few seconds at most. The charter basically looks down at the thing and then up and over to another character off camera. The shots are flashbacks reminiscing the past: - seated at a kitchen table, looks down at food, tight of food, perhaps tight of face, back to wide w talent looking up and to the side towards off cam character - standing in living room in front of fireplace (1pp), looks down at awkward pants and then up to off cam character - playing a musical instrument poorly These are all shot inside this house. One will be shot single point perspective straight on with the subject standing in front of the fireplace (the table and sofa's will be removed to declutter as much as possible). The other in the other living room straight on with the subject standing at the sofa with the two lamps at either side (again, remove as much as possible to reduce clutter). The third with subject siting at the kitchen table: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/vvq16ej908bnjqu/VGxsc4vFja I was thinking perhaps something with this look: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/blog_pos... We're struggling with lighting and staging these shots. It's for a quirky commercial. Your suggestions are very much appreciated. Thank you.