Not bad, considering you had to shoot this on site. I don't seem to see any evidence of the flourecents you were mentioning. But the easiest way to handle that is to shut them off and use the flash units only.
If you have a large reflector (like a 4x6), maybe a little kicker reflecting up from the bottom will give you a little more detail in the front of the sofa. Possibly will make the rivets pop a little more in the process. If you want to reduce the specular light, move your light sources in closer.
If in print competition, though, I'd rate this about 2 1/2 stars (about a 69 to 72).
Good job, I hope your client was pleased (he should be).
Michael Gan,M.Photog.Cr. CPP,Meritage House of Photography
[INDENT]If your business depends on you, you don't own a business-you have a job. And it's the worst job in the world because you're working for a lunatic... You can't close it when you want to, because if it's closed you don't get paid. You can't leave it when you want to, because if you leave there's nobody there to do the work. You can't sell it when you want to, because who wants to buy a job?—Michael Gerber
A good honest critque is always helpful. The flourecents seem to show up worse on fabric than leather. I do not have a reflector and will look into buying one.
I have only been shooting professionally for about a year and look forward to all the support and advice you and others give in this fourm - You don't know how much it helps.....thanks.