One thing that I struggle with is people moving around inside a room. ie.) Do you want to lay out the relevant information about the geography right at the start of a scene, sketch it in as you go, or something in between. For example: two men talking in an office while sorting through some photos on a side counter, then they sit down, one behind the desk and the other in an armchair. Can you just sketch that in as they do things, or should the beginning of the scene establish where the counter is, where the desk is, how far apart the men are, etc. One thing to keep in mind is that this is my MC visiting a respected old leader in the old man's office, so the office will be described in a way that helps to shape how the reader sees the old man. Another problem scene is a fight in a hotel room where someone is blinded by a flashbang and feels around for his gun before the baddies come to get him. It's hard to strike the balance between over-explaining infodump and keeping the ability to surprise readers. Any tips?