I think this is a great shot. I also think that it is good to be critical of your work so that you can grow. However, you decide on the look you want out of your photo and if this is what you are going for, so be it. Any way you cut it, always keep improving.
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Thank you for the suggestions. I have read a lot and keep reading and sometimes I think it just makes me way more confused -lol I plan on setting them up and playing around a bit - I have a 60 day return so I may be returning one of the lights and just start and practice with one and a reflector. I was working with the small softbox and 800 yesterday. Lots to adjust too - and I only had my dog to practice on. Obviously my light is too high - you can barely see the catch light in the eye. I'm thinking if I would have had a reflector on the other side it would have made for a nice fill. I will just keep playing and reading