I would remove the animal and flower photos. There is nothing all that special about them. they are pretty flowers and animals, but pictures of pretty flowers and animals are just that. If you are serious about portraiture, they do nothing for your website. Same for the close up photos. There are some skin tone and lighting inconsistencies with the portraits, but nothing on the fauxtog level. There are also a few issues with poor backgrounds, especially the metal fence. I’m also not a huge fan of the brick wall background. No selective color so kudos to you 🙂 You are on the right track. You need to devote yourself to solid training in lighting, exposure, and all other photo techniques. You also need to go look at a lot of photos of legitimate seasoned professionals and learn what makes a superb photo. Finally, practice, practice, practice!