In this scene, the fire shows how the lighting mostly came from the fire. This scene is when Mr. White plays chess with Herbert while Mrs. White watches. The camera angle shows everything in the room.
...Compensation of 200 pounds
In this scene, The camera focuses on Sergeant Major Morris and Mr.White walking down the hallway back to the living room. The lighting this scene focuses on the two individuals. Morris introduces himself as he walks into the house
The lighting from the fire shows how all the characters start wondering about the Monkey's paw. The camera angle mostly focuses on Sergeant Major Morris talking with Mr.White about the Monkey's Paw and how you should wish for sensible items.
The lighting in this scene turns into a dark room where the postman delivers the message about Herbert's injury. The man tells how Maw and Meggins offers a compensation of 200 pounds. The camera mainly focuses on Mr and Mrs.White emotions to hearing this news
The lighting in this scene is very dark but the camera focuses on how Mrs.White argues with Mr. White about getting the monkey's paw and wishing their son back alive. Mr.White refuses to wish for this due to the fact he knows that the same Herbert wont come back.
The camera focuses on the banging from the door and how Mrs.White tries to open it for "Herbert". The lighting is very dark due to that its night time. Mr.White knows that this is not Herbert knocking on the door and grabs the monkey's paw to wish him away.