So, I've posted a few threads in the past on advice/experience and I just finished up the pre-prom editting from this past weekend. A few questions, and a group shot that didn't quite go the way I'd hoped. To start, me and the client spoke over a month ago about this, and as I talked about in a previous post, that I wanted her to figure out definite dvd sales so that I could offer her a lower price...so on and so forth. Well she never got back to me until last wednesday (2days prior) that she wanted me to come. Now i had originally planned on taking a 1/2 day from work so that I could get there early. Now that it was 2 days beforehand, I had to try to get out work early just to get there with maybe 10 min to spare before people began showing up. Now here goes my dilemma. Attached is the one picture I have the question about. I'm guessing her house was at least around $1 mil, very nice, immaculate, and im sure having very expensive things inside. This first picture is one of the entire prom party. It was raining out so we were forced to stay indoors. Now off to the left was the couch, it couldnt be moved anymore to the left becuase of the dining room table. And hind-sight now I look at the image and it kills me that we didnt have enough time/nor did the owner think to move any of this furniture so that it wasnt in the way. As you can see, I ran out of room setting them up, and had to deal with little windows to have their heads be seen (left side). Currently I'm in the process of finalizing my negotiations with bus. insurance, so as I was there, all i could think about while i was there was, hopefully i dont bump into anything and theres no way in hell im moving anything in case something breaks and I'm liable. So what would you do in this case...limited time, limited space of where to move this furniture to (from what i could take). And as a result now I have a group picture with cluttered furniture in the foreground. The second pic is just a fun shot I took towards the end! I like the way it came out.