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These would be the work of a newbie who just bought a DSLR. My students who are under training right after they bought their own camera usually get these type of shots. And lots of critiques from me.
Hence, until they can produce consistent shots which I can accept, only then I will be able to offer their services to potential clients who comes to my studio. The good ones usually will get the feel after about 5 jobs assisting me. The lousy ones I will encourage them to venture into other forms of photography which may suit them better, ie: landscape or others which may have the luxury of time to shoot, unlike weddings where everything goes fast and moments missed means the chances of getting screwed by clients is high.