... you're going to take the time to light those two shots properly. ...
But that means you are in cine config.
The latest cine plateau I was, about 5 months ago, there was this interior shot in a Madrid building at a third floor appartement. To lite properly as you say
there were 2 enormous HMI outside located on 2 cranes just for the "natural" light that enters from outside through the 2 windows. (and it was daytime)
And the interior was full of lite for the walls, the talents etc...the guys in the exterior were connected by walky talky to the set inside.
At the minimum travelling, if you want to control the light within the elements as traditional cine crew would do, you'd need serious equipment, crew and knowledge involved. This is not like
lightning a scene for stills, where you lite once for awhile and have the time to rebuild, because everything moves, camera moves, shots change, atmosphere change in a few seconds.
So, as James says, better to embrasse the possibility that offers the aperture change in a creative manner so it can result more dynamic and interesting.
If you want to keep the orthodox approach, you'd need cine set very fast.