to be fair after a closer look i think i was being a too harsh. you are right to question me, but judgin your thumbnails on a 3x3, grid, your pictures aren't going to sell themselves
take for example B9kPIW. its a nice shot, and there is a nice expression on gentlemen. but the face occupies so little space: 90% of the shot has nothing to much to look at. this could be a much better shot if you cropped it to focus.
i think my crop is much better, wouldn't you agree?
you have some nice shots, B9kJFI1FoiM and B9iPm7LlNxw (B9K8kkPFI7R !!!) in particular. but in all honesty i don't think the instagram format works well for these photos since they look rather meh unless you enlarge them and give them some time, something that most people won't bother to do.
a lot of your photos are detail oriented, but that would only work in a gallery setting, where you can see every detail blown up in full detail. you might argue that's how your piece should be seen, and though that is fair, i also think that a good photo should immediately capture your attention somehow
tl;dr your compositions are fine but you are missing OBVIOUS POWER (like an emotive face) and/or ~subtle feels~; and crucially: they don't "pop out" as i've mentioned above
BzRByKDlajz is very nice: the larger rock formation provides a stable point for your eyes to rest upon as it wanders back and forth between other points of focus (like the person and the other rocks), but as a whole its also just a nice scene
BzRB-_tl1R2/ on the other hand, is bad. generic. the car itself has little detail to look at, and the landscape is empty
rule of third is underrated if you know how to apply it: it provides the "default balance of structure", and you shouldn't be diverging too much from it unless you are ~aesthetic~ or you image is very imbalanced in terms of focal points
which is pretty much an elaboration of what ive already said before here:>>3623689>>3623646
bangers ≠ attention grabbing