welcome to the forum.
We have had several discussions about how to improve realism on this board.
First of all most of your work is very convincing to me and as a client I would expect not much more than what you deliver.
Of course we always strive for perfection. The least convincing are your residence daylight exteriors, rendered quite flat, no DOF and the eye very easily spots repetitions and lack of imperfections. There is no single stain on the wooden facades, there is not one chip in the concrete, the fabrics are all perfect and evenly lit. Some shots are overly symmetric and some floating stairs are literally floating. It is clear in some areas that the lighting has been post-processed and doesn't match the overall lighting. The eye just catches that something is off.
For most realistic my picks are:
- Interior of Crest Place Residence in Los Angeles. It can still be improved with more 'going on' in the cast shadows such as for the plants, more intense lighting from the fire, a less homogeneous wall lighting and caustics from the glass. But on first sight to me it is convincing as being realistic.
- Burberry Shop in Regen St. London, the diffuse glass and overall mood works nicely.
Least realistic is the Westhill Residence.
The first 15 seconds of your video reel are to me least convincing because it emphasizes those flat daylight exteriors, the rest works great.