So, after more than a year in photography I think I am capable enough to take good photos, but I'm still learning. I know I can get excellent recommendations here, so this is my situation. Next week I'll have to take some photos of a store interiors. It is a kids store (toys, bed, etc.) The expectations is to get photos that would eventually be part of commercial spots either in newspapers or magazines. Now, I have the equipment I could need, but I would like some overall recommendation on what makes a good interiors shot. What things I must be careful about? Should I include a model? Or just emphasize in what the store sells? Thanks for the help.