Oh Yes, I never see my flaws unless someone else points them out.
Ok looking at that pic a couple of days on I am not liking it now. Not enough contrast, Lighting is too white and bright. I am going to go back, adjusting the lighting. I don’t think I need to move any of the spot lights just adjust the intensity of the Back, bounce and fill. Maybe drop the Occlusion colour to black. I happy with the posing,
If you want I can try to help Jaderail though when it comes to other peoples work I find it hard to advise, not being 100% sure of myself. I would hate to lead people astray with the worng feedback. But I do comment from time to time if something really stands out to me.
All I can say is that composition for me is, for most of the time, easy First thing I do is set my scene up. Sometimes I have an idea already and sometimes a scene will come with trolling my Runtimes to see what pops in to my empty head. I spend a lot of time with camera positions, locking one making a new one and trying another position and repeat. Then when I got a few cool camera angles I switch back and forth between them.
Then I start on the Light and textures, I tend to do these two together.
Doing it that way I am not getting lost, as soon as I deviate from this workflow my images suffer. But it is a personal thing what works for one may not work for another.