Just browsing a stream of your images-
The product photography is fine for what it is.
The infant shoots with the awful fake pastel backdrops- don’t do it. Maybe it was acceptable in the ’80s but that was also the time when people put babies in tubs with rubber duckies and train conductor hats etc. So weird.
The wedding looks like a series of snapshots. Lots of out of focus work, lots underexposed, and very little difference in depth of field or any creative control.
A couple of the outdoor portraits looked fine except for the ones that were out of focus.
The studio portraits are kind of average and dull. Some out of focus.
I agree that you need to learn your equipment better. I’m not sure on the creativity part- artists are born with that but I’m not seeing much at all in your work.