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| p.1 #7 · Catch light in Portrait |
Beautiful model, and double catchlights are neither good nor bad of themselves.
In this case they are slightly distracting because you don't have a truly seperate fill and main light here. They're acting as one light, yet we see two sources.
You have one effective light source that's huge and flat. (See how the very top of her head appears to be on the same plane as her face? Therefore, the term flat, you've given us no visual clues to depth and relied on our experience of human heads.)
If this is the result you wanted, and the double catchlight was an oversight, then, if you think you need to, remove one of them.
Personally, I think hitting somebody flat in the face with a lot of light isn't the most flattering thing we can do for them most of the time.
It might help if you think in shadows as well as lights. Shadows can be used to define and flatter shapes (not just faces), they are one of our key visual clues when regarding a two dimensional image.
I apologise if this is patronising, but I have only this image to know you and your abilities from.