Thanks, I'll definitely hit those up. To be honest i'd already came to a lot of the conclusions you did. I would have liked to have something more relevant happen when the screen cuts to black too, but the photo count ended up being wrong. Unfortunately i couldn't fix it in the edit and plan how many photos i would need for the music either so i lost rather a few frames which kind of sucks.
As for the natural light idea, this was because i want the shadows moving such drastically in the video to represent time passing, however i picked the wrong window because the sun actually wasn't shining through it and when it was it was behind clouds. My idea was that I would get a natural element out of the light and use that as another layer. That did not work unfortunately. I'm not a stranger to making movies but I have very little practice to making animation. As for the camera moving around a bit, sadly that was mainly because i was streaming the making as well and as I was moving around the room things got knocked. I've came up with a way to fight this, but if i wasn't streaming I'm sure it'd be much better.
But yeah if i were to do it again, I'd utilise something like 3 point studio lighting where i can get a back front and shadow light on the lego all in a studio environment. It was the main thing i didn't like about the shoot and i quickly realised it wouldn't work, but once i'd started i couldn't go back.
Really big thanks for the feedback. xD