The sharpening is evident, but I am nonetheless curious at what she may do.
Please don’t take my comment as a “do not shoot or post this” sort of thing. I am just saying that you want to put business on business, and personal on personal. Or even business on personal, but not personal on business. 😉 Point being, really good photography on your personal page still looks like really good photography, but maybe not so exciting photography on your business one, and that’s what folks are going to remember, regardless of how many good photos you had on there as well.